Jim McIntosh, PE, has joined national architecture, engineering and planning firm Bergmann as a principal serving the Northeast region. McIntosh, who brings more than three decades of civil engineering experience, will work with both Bergmann’s Infrastructure and Buildings groups to further develop municipal offerings across New York state.
For the past 12 years, McIntosh has served as the City Engineer for the City of Rochester, New York. In that role he gained extensive expertise as a municipal project manager and excelled at delivering collaboration between public and private partners.
At Bergmann, McIntosh will focus on infrastructure projects such as water quality and municipal roadways. He will also work closely with the Buildings team to identify opportunities to expand Bergmann’s full range of planning, architecture and engineering services to towns, cities and other municipal organizations.
“Jim adds significant expertise in all aspects of municipal engineering to our team. He will help to round out our full-service capabilities provided to cities, towns and counties throughout New York State,” said Andrew Raus, vice president of Northeast Buildings, Bergmann. “We also see immediate need for Jim’s expertise in supporting our Downtown Revitalization Initiative projects and clients.”
McIntosh is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Rochester Section. He has a Bachelor of Engineering Technology degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology. He lives in Rochester, NY.
For nearly four decades, Bergmann architects, engineers and planners have been delivering results to clients across the United States and Canada. This team of more than 400 professional and technical staff spans the Northeast, Midwest and Atlantic regions. Bergmann develops connections with partners and communities to create dynamic, creative solutions that will stand the test of time, while promoting environmental and functional sustainability. Projects in the Bergmann portfolio range from signature buildings and commercial developments to critical transportation infrastructure and community planning.