David V. Donovan JR., P.E.
Engineering services in New York and North Carolina provided through the associated firm, EDT Engineers, P.C.
The son of a dexterous carpenter, Mr. Donovan’s roots steered him on a path of creativity that landed in the world of engineering.
Mr. Donovan earned his Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering at Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania. As an undergraduate, he participated in a number of engineering intern opportunities, where he took part in the inspection and construction oversight of highways, bridges, retaining walls, and other structures. Most notably, while employed for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, he contributed to the inspection and construction oversight for the five-mile, six-lane section of U.S. Route 202 in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. After earning his degree, he worked for a municipal engineer in Buckingham, Pennsylvania on the planning review and construction inspection of numerous residential and commercial land development projects in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
Prior to joining ED&T in 2011, Mr. Donovan specialized as a licensed consultant managing the design for land development planning and construction documents of residential, commercial, and industrial projects throughout the metropolitan Philadelphia area. While performing project management duties, his primary engineering focus was on stormwater management and erosion and sediment control. Mr. Donovan now provides services in the areas of civil and structural analysis, including root cause, damage assessment, and value of loss for residential, commercial, and industrial property.
When away from the job, Mr. Donovan enjoys playing sports, attending Philadelphia sporting events, running, weightlifting, traveling, and spending time with his friends and family. He makes his home in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, the same borough where he was raised.
Mr. Donovan is a licensed professional engineer in Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia.