Anthony P. Centurelli, P.E.
Mr. Centurelli provides consultations in the areas of structural analysis, including root cause, scope of damage and value of loss of residential and commercial property.
A native of Connecticut, Mr. Centurelli is a civil engineering technology graduate of Central Connecticut State University. Prior to joining ED&T in 2007, Mr. Centurelli managed upgrades of municipal waste water treatment facilities and pump stations. He had also served as a special inspector for the construction of a sports stadium, a convention center and a science center project in Hartford and supervised the installation of safety net systems on construction job sites.
As a hobby, Mr. Centurelli enjoys restoring older structures. One of his current projects involves turning an abandoned boarding house into an apartment building. He also does what he can to make sure that his own 250-year-old home stays standing and remains livable. Mr. Centurelli was an Eagle Scout and remains active in the Boy Scouts of America.
Typical Areas of Service
- Building and construction code compliance
- Foundation analysis
- Structural assessment
- Moisture damage/water intrusion investigation
- Roof damage evaluation
- Investigation of settling, cracking, and sagging structures
- Blasting damage
Mr. Centurelli is a licensed engineer in the states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.