Engineering Firm Promotes Four

Clockwise from top left: Anthony Donato, Katherine Cruz, Matt Magee, and David Cowell

Danvers, MA – Hancock Associates announced that Anthony Donato, P.E., LEED AP, Katherine Cruz, P.E., LEED AP, David Cowell, PWS, CWB, CESSWI, CERP, and Matthew Magee, project surveyor, have been promoted to associates at the firm.

Donato is the regional office manager for Hancock’s Boston division of H.W. Moore. He is responsible for business development, financial management, staff oversight and project management and has a broad range of project experience including residential subdivisions, mixed-use developments, quick-serve restaurants, and K-12 and higher education projects from conceptual design stage through construction.

Cruz is a project manager in Hancock’s Danvers Civil Engineering department. During her eight years at the firm, she has guided projects through all aspects of land development from conceptual design to permitting, construction and as-built certification. Cruz works on large and small projects including commercial, residential, recreational, industrial, mixed-use and healthcare developments in both urban and rural areas.

Cowell is a project manager and senior wetland scientist and has been with Hancock’s Marlborough office for over six years. He has over 20 years of experience providing wetland, wildlife and ecological consulting services in both the private and public sectors in support of projects in land development, energy/utilities and transportation industries.

Magee is a project surveyor with almost 20 years of experience in the Danvers Land Surveying department at Hancock. He has knowledge of the technical and legal aspects of surveying projects and is responsible for the coordination of utility, residential, commercial and municipal projects including client contact, briefing field crews, conducting research, calculations and the preparation of final plans and associated documents. Magee is also responsible for CAD operations, calculations and field crew automation for the duration of various survey projects.