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Project Delivery/Environment Team

The Project Delivery Team has the primary responsibility for delivery of the Federal-aid projects from National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) to Construction. Involvement by the Program Delivery Team is based on thresholds identified in the Stewardship Agreements between the FHWA DelMar Division, MSHA and DelDOT. The Team provides the lead role in the approval of environmental documents, performs design reviews of Federal-aid projects to assure that appropriate standards and contractual requirements are met. In addition, the team provides stewardship and oversight on construction projects by performing field reviews during construction. The team also ensures that the plans and specifications are followed and evaluates and approves actions on construction issues, extra work and change orders. Final inspections are performed to ensure the quality of the completed project and quantity of material and other construction items are properly documented. Team also conducts process reviews related to design and construction programs.

Parikh, Jitesh Project Delivery/Environment Team Leader
Castaneda, Lourdes Sr. Area Engineer/Project Manager MD District 5, ICC, Woodrow Wilson Bridge & I–95/Contee Road Interchange Project
Montag, Daniel Sr. Area Engineer/Project Manager MD District 2 and DE North District US 301
Blair, Jones Area Engineer MD District 4, MdTA, Baltimore City
Perez, Keilyn Area Engineer MD District 3, LPA Coordinator
O'Donoghue, Ryan Area Engineer/Materials Engineer MD District 1 and DE South District
Suarez, Daniel Assistant Area Engineer MD District 6 & 7


The Environment Team provides leadership and technical guidance to all customers and partners on policies and procedures to assure full implementation of the National Environmental Policy Act, related laws, Section 4(f) issues, regulations, policies and executive orders, and Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and to ensure that environmental considerations are properly evaluated for Federal-aid projects. The Team collaborates closely with the Planning and Right of Way Team and the Project Delivery Team to assure a seamless interface between the planning and project development processes in Delaware and Maryland.

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