TAMPA, FL (June 30, 2017)
Mr. Núñez is an excellent addition the CPWG Engineering team as the new Senior Project Manager. He brings with him more than 41 years of direct professional managerial, planning, and engineering related experience in both the public and private transportation engineering design and planning sectors.
Steve Tarte, CPWG Principal, is excited to have Mr. Núñez join the team. “Andy is a well-respected engineer with a wealth of experience who is known throughout Florida. It’s like having an engineering rock star join the team. I’m excited to see the changes he’ll make as we continue to build and grow CPWG’s transportation engineering services.
Mr. Núñez has served as a Gubernatorial Appointee to the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council representing Pinellas County since 2006, served as the Council’s Chair in 2015-2015 and currently serves on the Tampa Bay Transportation management Area Leadership Group.
Mr. Núñez has been recognized many times for his outstanding abilities as an engineer. He was awarded the 2003 National Pioneer of the Year by Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers and was recognized as the Tampa Bay American Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE) Engineer of the Year in 2003 and 2008. He has shared his knowledge by publishing a wide array of transportation and traffic related publications. A small sample of these include “Low Cost Transportation Energy Savings Alternatives”, “A Strategy for the Removal of Unwarranted Traffic Signals”, and “Multi-Jurisdictional Computerized Signal System Project – A Case Study”.
Based in Tampa, CPWG also has Florida offices in Clearwater, Clermont, Orlando and Tavares and an office in Atlanta, Georgia.