Michael Cronin, p.e.
Civil Engineer
  • Mr. Cronin holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ and a Masters of Science in Civil Engineering also from Rutgers University. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.

  • Mr. Cronin is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, American Society of Safety Professional (ASSP), National Society of Professional Engineers, International Code Council (ICC), Structural Steel and Bolting Special Inspector, International Code Council (ICC), Structural Masonry Special Inspector and the American Concrete Institute, Concrete Construction Special Inspector (Inactive). Mr. Cronin is an RCS Building Inspector in New Jersey and holds the Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED) Accredited Professional Building Design & Construction designation.

  • Mr. Cronin’s professional experience includes forensic engineering investigation and evaluation of design and construction elements related to civil, structural and safety engineering, including: walkways, stairways, roadways, and building construction. He work includes, in part, engineering and safety analyses involving OSHA and building code compliance, as well as accident cause and origin analysis.

  • Prior to joining AEL Mr. Cronin served as an Assistant Engineer and Lead Engineer for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. He was responsible for ensuring that construction work was performed in accordance with contract documents and specifications, applicable codes, safety standards and environmental regulations, including but not limited to, installation of steel catwalks and stair towers, milling and paving of roadways, scaffolding, fall protection systems and traffic control. He had responsibility for lead abatement and re-painting of bridge steel, structural steel repairs, toll plaza door replacement, concrete pavement rehabilitation, joint replacement, fender system installation, building fire alarm system modifications, fire hydrant installations, riverbed dredging, caisson installation and underwater concrete placement. Mr. Cronin’s work also encompassed studies and contract review, replacement of bridge decks and joints; fire alarm system installation, testing and maintenance; utility relocations including gas lines, underground and elevated electrical conduits, communication, and fiber optic lines; installations, programming and replacement of Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) devices; fire standpipe replacement; bridge drainage replacement; bridge traveler repairs; building elevator replacement; HVAC installation and repairs; replacement and installation of  ADA compliant pedestrian walkways and  curb ramps; installation of traffic control devices including impact attenuators, concrete barriers and guiderails.