O’Donnell & Naccarato Announces Leadership Transition
Anthony Naccarato succeeds Nick Cinalli, PE, SECB, who served as President since 2003 and will remain a principal and active member of the firm’s executive leadership team. O’Donnell & Naccarato recognized Anthony for 25 years of structural engineering expertise, industry leadership, and commitment to the firm. Anthony joined O’Donnell & Naccarato in 1988, was promoted to Project Executive in 1994, and named a partner in 1998. He holds a degree in Civil Engineering from Villanova University and membership in the American Society of Civil Engineers, Delaware Valley Association of Structural Engineers, and the American Institute of Steel Construction, among others.
“I look towards furthering the O’Donnell & Naccarato tradition of delivering outstanding service, developing cost effective structural solutions, and utilizing cutting edge and innovative technology. The firm’s executive leadership will continue to work collaboratively, and Nick will remain an integral part of our team. His leadership, especially during the downturn, leaves our firm well positioned for the future.”
– Anthony Naccarato, President
Nick will leverage his 40 years of experience to further develop O’Donnell & Naccarato’s project management and claims consultation divisions. He has been instrumental in the growth of both practice areas during his long tenure at the firm.
“For me, the transition represents the opportunity for our firm to flourish under fresh leadership, while allowing me to focus on the areas where I can make the largest impact. I am proud of my decade of service as President and look forward to contributing to the continued growth and success of our project management and claims consultation divisions.”
– Nick Cinalli, Principal
O’Donnell & Naccarato’s leadership transition has been ongoing throughout this year, and culminates with Anthony assuming the role of President officially on December 2, 2013.
Naccarato maintains a commitment to engaging young people in the fields of engineering and design. Anthony served as Board Chair of the ACE Mentor Program Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter from 2003-2013 and remains a member of the national organization. He serves on the board of the Center for Architecture, on Philadelphia University’s College of Architecture and the Built Environment Advancement Council, and on the Urban Land Institute Advisory Board.
Naccarato leads many of the firm’s structural engineering projects across a wide range of service sectors. His project experience includes: the Capital Health System Medical Campus and Replacement Hospital in Hopewell, NJ; the University of Pennsylvania’s Sansom Commons & Inn At Penn complex in Philadelphia, PA; and the multi-phased expansions of the King of Prussia Mall in King of Prussia, PA.