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Larson Design Group recently welcomed Paul DiGirolamo as the new Director of Building Inspection. DiGirolamo is based in Pittsburgh and brings the experience and skill of more than 30 years of civil, geotechnical, site planning and structural engineering work to his role at LDG.

In his career, DiGirolamo has overseen the construction inspection of thousands of public and private projects alike. He has served as Special Inspector for the City of Pittsburgh on numerous landmark projects including the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, the Peterson Events Center, and the Pittsburgh Children’s Museum. For the past 15 years, DiGirolamo has mainly worked with the State Ministry of Transport and during his time there has helped to incorporate innovative techniques into their processes. In 2011 and 2012, he tested the use of iPads on PennDOT construction projects. This case study ultimately led to the use of iPads in all PennDOT projects.

DiGirolamo also has expertise in personnel supervision. His experience includes leading a team of 10 QA / QC inspectors over a five-year period for the construction of the Port Authority of the Allegheny County’s North Shore Connector Tunnel. He also worked as a project manager for the US Army Corps of Engineers, handling inquiries, preparing proposals and leading a team of field inspectors and engineers who completed a variety of assignments on various USACE projects across the Great Lakes region.

“We look forward to welcoming Paul to our team.” said Steve Wilver, LDG vice president of transportation. “He brings innovative thinking, experience and leadership skills that enable us to better leverage future growth opportunities as we expand and expand our construction inspection services.”

DiGirolamo received a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Pennsylvania State University and a master’s degree in civil and environmental engineering from Carnegie Mellon University. He is registered as a professional engineer in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Ohio.

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