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George Gefrich

George Gefrich

George Gefrich


M.C.P. Community Planning-Environmental Concentration, University of Rhode Island, 1976

B.A with majors in Political Science, Sociology, minor in Economics, University of Rhode Island, 1974

Vickerman & Associates is proud to include George Gefrich as an affiliated Principal of Vickerman & Associates. Mr. Gefrich has more than 34 years of experience in community planning and urban design, economic development and transportation planning.

He is one of the few Project Managers that has a complete background in Economic Development, Port Planning, Highway and Rail Engineering, Environmental Planning. He was an owner and President of a 4PL Logistics company (providing full supply chain services to shippers) in Guelph, Ontario. He has managed numerous transportation projects covering a full range of professional disciplines, including engineering feasibility studies; preliminary engineering and environmental permitting; innovative financing of projects including Public Private Partnerships (3P); has been recognized for his effective project management of sensitive projects incorporating techniques for stakeholder and public participation and outreach.

His recent projects include being the Project Manager for the highly successful Route 110/113 Interchange in Methuen on I-93 and the Hyannis Access Study analyzing a new Interchange on Route 6 including analyzing 30 plus intersections and the redesign of 6 intersections, the potential replacement of the Route 28 Rotary in Hyannis and the resolution of the Yarmouth Road and Route 28 Intersection.

Mr. Gefrich is the Chairman of the Transportation Committee for the Boston Society of Civil Engineers (BSCES) the oldest engineering society in the United States. He led separate sessions for American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE/BSCES) on Environmental Streamlining and SAFETEA-LU compliance and a major seminar on the Port of Boston and associated relevant issues concerning mobility and intermodal connectivity.

E-Mail: Gefrich@comcast.net 

Tel: (617) 429-2627

Professional / U.S. National Registrations

  • International Association for Impact Assessment
  • New England Railroad Club
  • American Society of Civil Engineers
  • American Railway Engineering and Maintenance of Way Association
  • Institute of Transportation Engineers
  • Society of American Military Engineers
  • American Planning Association
  • National Hydro Power Association
  • North American Port Association
  • Boston Society of Civil Engineers – Vice Chair and Chairman (2009) Transportation Committee
  • American Council of Engineering Companies – Environmental Committee


American Institute of Certified Planners

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