Stuart W. Bonnell, P.E.
|Expertise:||Preparing civil engineering construction plans (including site and subdivision); roadway plans; utility rehabilitation and replacement plans; capacity analysis of municipal sewage pumping stations; sewage collection and pumping facility plans, water distribution and pumping system plans; storm water management plans (including lakes; ponds; and various retention/detention facilities); borrow pits; Chesapeake Bay Protection Act compliance plans; drainage plans; hydrology studies/analysis; and, water system studies/analysis.|
|Registration:||Professional Engineer, Virginia, 1993
Professional Engineer, North Carolina, 1994
|Education:||B.S. Civil Engineering, Old Dominion University, 1985|
Mr. Bonnell originally joined our firm in 1994 and returned in 2002 after working seven years in varying engineer/project manager roles in Hampton Roads. He has served as design engineer and project manager on numerous projects. His responsibilities have included civil designs for various systems and site/subdivision plans for a wide variety of uses including medical/transitional care facilities; office; retail; commercial; residential (single family and multi-family sites); industrial; water distribution, sanitary sewer collection, pump stations and force mains; lakes and drainage; and city roadways. Capacity and overflow analysis on existing pump stations and sewer systems is also in his realm of expertise.
Over the years, Mr. Bonnell's clients have included architects; private developers and property owners; U.S. Navy (LANTDIV and various Public Works Departments); U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; U.S. Coast Guard; and local municipalities (Virginia Beach; Portsmouth; Norfolk; and Chesapeake). Past design experience includes: landfill plans; security improvement plans; soil remediation plans; various airfield pavement plans; various industrial pavement plans.
Mr. Bonnell has successfully provided engineering services throughout Hampton Roads; at various locations in Virginia; in various states including New York, Utah, Maryland, North Carolina, Georgia, and West Virginia; in Bermuda; in Puerto Rico; and in Guantanamo Bay Cuba.
Mr. Bonnell has also served as construction manager for contract negotiations; reviewing pay requests; general contract administration.
During the spring of 2009, Mr. Bonnell played a key role in winning a municipal project with the City of Chesapeake entitled "South Norfolk Sanitary Sewerline Renewals". Hassell & Folkes, P.C. ranked first out of four (4) local engineering firms selected.