Director Traffic Engineer
Northeastern University, B.S. in Civil Engineering, 1982
Professional Traffic Engineer Massachusetts #36663
ITE – Vice President Massachusetts Chapter
Mr. Cram has expertise in the area of traffic engineering, transportation planning, civil engineering design, and transportation systems management. Responsibilities include the supervision of the design and analysis of roadways, intersections, and interchange systems, along with the preparation of and review of traffic impact studies, environmental impact reports, site feasibility studies, corridor studies, peer reviews, traffic signal warrant studies and parking studies. He works with a team of engineers in the preparation of these re¬ports to obtain state and local per¬mits for a wide range of development propos-als. In addition to managing the technical aspects of study preparation, Mr. Cram is responsible for the project management of each project and also has significant experience in preparing presentations for public hearings.
Mr. Cram is a licensed Professional Traffic Engineer in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and has testified before numerous Planning Boards, Zoning Boards of Appeal, and has prepared testimony for land use cases, eminent domain cases and accident cases and testified in Land Court.
Development projects for which Mr. Cram is responsible vary and include office buildings, industrial/warehouse facilities, retail centers and residential developments in urban and suburban communities.