BERNARD M. TELATOVICH
758 Redfern Lane
Bethlehem, PA 18017
Practicing as a civil engineering project manager from 2003 to
present. Currently a
Vice President of Engineering
for Benchmark Civil Engineering
Services, Inc, in Allentown, PA. Engineering responsibilities
included managing the Land Development Division and all phases of
land development projects from conceptual through design, permitting
and construction. Worked as the resident site engineer/construction
manager for infrastructure improvement projects that include bridge
construction and road rehabilitation. Assisted municipal
engineering department and traffic department in municipal and
infrastructure improvement projects. Continuing forensic engineering
work (Consulting Services &
Investigations, LLC) in civil and transportation
engineering, accident reconstruction, drainage, land development,
construction accidents, premises liability, playground safety,
machine guarding and OSHA.
- University of Florida, College of Law ~ Juris Doctorate, May 1993
University, College of Engineering ~ B.S. Civil Engineering, June 1985
Engineer of the Year – PSPE – LV
American Society of
Civil Engineers - President
Engineering Council – Past Chairman
2001 to 2003 ~ Consulting Engineers and Scientists, Inc.
41 General Warren Blvd., Malvern, PA 19355
Forensic Engineer: Provide investigation, prepare reports and testify in matters relating to engineering that are in litigation. Areas of expertise include accident reconstruction; highway design and maintenance; traffic safety; design construction operation and maintenance of streets; highways; intersections; parking lots; work zones; sewer and water facilities; soil erosion; and public utilities. Additional responsibilities include premises liability, zoning and municipal governing boards.
1999 to 2001 ~ Martin H. Schuler Co.
1143 Walnut Street, Allentown, PA 18102
Manage all phases of commercial and residential land
development projects. Duties include client coordination and
development, marketing, management, engineering design, environmental regulation,
permitting and construction observation and coordination.
Responsible for obtaining waivers, variances, and final approval
from government boards including planning commissions and municipal
governing boards. Present proposals and plans for development
before all regulating and government agencies.
1996 to 1998 ~ Pasco County Office of the County Attorney
7530 Little Road, Suite 340, New Port Richey, FL 34654
Assistant County Attorney: Practice includes government law, construction law, utilities law, contract preparation and negotiation, eminent domain, claims and dispute resolution. Prepare and review all construction contracts for the county. On-going construction budget was approximately 50 million per year. Provide technical and legal advice to the engineering, construction, utilities and facilities department on all construction related issues. Review and approve construction bids and advise on professional services selections and contracts. Responsible for resolving construction claims, preferably through negotiation and dispute resolution, but also in litigation where necessary. Advise administration and various county boards on legal matters related to planning development and construction. Represent the County in on-going environmental litigation in the Tampa Bay Area (Water Wars).
1985 to 1988 & 1991 to 1996 ~ Crone Associates, Inc.
721 U.S. 1, Suite. 201, N. Palm Bch, FL 33408
Vice-President/Senior Engineer: Crone Associates
was a spin-off company of Wantman Associates
Started as a Project Engineer in the
civil design group and worked way to Project Manager, and Regional
Manager. Responsibilities included being in charge of all
Engineering office design and administration, including
transportation, environmental and water management systems.
Responsible for the design team on major urban highways in South
Florida. Prepare estimates, proposals (written and oral
presentations), payment schedules, workload schedules, and overall
management. Complete quality control on design projects, and CEI work during the construction phases. Establish regional office for
E.C.E.A. Inc., 224 Datura Street, Suite 1209, West Palm Beach, FL
33401, when Crone Associates sold. In charge of all office
engineering, administration, marketing and management. Involved in
all aspects of design projects and major environmental permitting
projects. Prepare proposals, make presentations, and market for new
public sector and private work. Responsible for client coordination
and project development. In charge of invoicing and accounts
receivable. Manage the design teams for major transportation, water
and sewer projects, and environmental permitting projects.
Inspections and as-built data as well as project management through
1988 to 1991 ~ Shalloway, Inc.
1201 Belvedere Road, West Palm Beach, FL 33407
Engineer/Division Director: Responsible for all phases
including design engineering, project management and eventually
establishing and managing a transportation division in a large civil
engineering firm. Responsible for all phases of design and
construction management. Manage Transportation design staff.
Responsible for transportation, various land development projects
and civil engineering projects from conceptual through the
▪ Adjunct Professor ~ PBC College, Lake Worth, FL 33461 (1986 - 1995)
▪ Project Engineer/Manager/CEI ~ Consultant (Engineering and Construction)
▪ Engineering Intern and Field Engineer ~ Pennsylvania DOT
▪ Resident Assistant/Tutor ~ Lehigh University
Teaching Experience: Furnished Upon Request
Continuing Education Courses: Furnished Upon Request