Member News — Matrix New World Engineering Vice President Featured On Regional Television Show
January 4th, 2019
Andrew Raichle, PE, Vice President, Matrix New World Engineering was a guest on WMBC-TV Hometown Show where he discussed the need for quick response to catastrophic storms. The difficulty lies in predicting the affect climate change will have on this country and around the world, not just for now but for fifty years in the future.
In the interview, Raichle stated, “We focus on coastal and urban environments. We have done a lot of work related to weather related disasters both here in New Jersey with Superstorm Sandy and throughout the country in the Gulf states and Puerto Rico.”
To watch the show in its entirety, click here.
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Andrew “Andy” Raichle is a civil and marine engineer with nearly 30 years of international experience in delivering waterfront development and maritime projects, including ports, warehousing, parks, resorts, marinas, parks, shore protection, and urban redevelopment projects. Well-versed in the technical, political, and regulatory specialties unique to the process of waterfront development/ redevelopment, he has managed projects throughout the U.S., U.S. territories, and the Caribbean. Mr. Raichle’s marquee project experience includes Atlantis Paradise Island, Miami’s Fisher Island, the Peninsula at Bayonne Harbor, and Lower Manhattan’s “Big U” Resiliency Project. For more than two decades, Mr. Raichle has focused on redevelopment and port development in the New York Harbor Complex, serving as the Engineer of Record for hundreds of waterfront projects. Most recently, Mr. Raichle has been leading teams of engineers, environmental specialists, and surveyors responding to Superstorm Sandy and Hurricane Maria by implementing recovery and resiliency projects.
Raichle received both his ME, Ocean Engineering, Davis Fellow, and BE, Civil Engineering from the University of Delaware.