Eric Flicker brings 50 years of increasingly high-level civil engineering experience, with specific on-the-ground skills in civil/sanitary, municipal, and environmental engineering, as well as land surveying, for government, industry, commercial, and land development.
Though the course of a career that began in 1977 after earning both his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and then his MBA from Pennsylvania’s Lehigh University, Eric’s roster of professional affiliations is impressive. He is past president, past national chair, and/or past director of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC); Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers; HWAC/National Association of Engineering/Science Firms Practicing in Hazardous Waste Management; Engineers Club of Philadelphia; Philadelphia Engineering Foundation; American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE, Philadelphia section); American Council of Engineering Companies; Habitat for Humanity, Delaware Valley; and Philadelphia Education Fund.
Eric was honored by the American Council of Engineering Companies, Pennsylvania, with the Distinguished Order of Merit; the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE Philadelphia section) Civil Engineer of the Year; Delaware Valley Engineer of the Year; and Engineering New Record’s Marksman.
His lengthy list of representative experience includes the areas of sewage collection and treatment; municipal roads, bridges, and parking; landfills; environmental engineering; site and civil engineering; and project financing and funding support, running the gamut from project design to project management, from serving as a principal engineer to a position as CFO, and now Senior Consultant, of Pennoni Associates Inc., Eric is a true engineering, “Jack of all trades.” While his involvement in the day-to-day practice of engineering provided him years of satisfaction, it is his continued work promoting the profession that is his proudest accomplishment.