Solid Growth Comes From Solid Leadership

AMT has grown organically in our decades in business. We are recognized annually as a “Best Firm to Work For,” and our growth and part of that recognition is attributable to our firm leadership who care deeply about its employees.

Our Leadership Team

Michael J. Wiercinski, P.E. PS

Michael J. Wiercinski, P.E. PS

President and CEO

Mike Wiercinski is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the firm. He offers more than 40 years of civil and transportation engineering experience and assistance to project managers for corporate and personnel resources and quality assurance. He has either directed or provided quality control services on more than 250 projects since joining AMT in 1986 and has an admirable knack for remembering all of them. This experience brings with it a deep understanding of engineering design associated with all facets of AMT’s firm resume.

Mike holds a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from the West Virginia University and is a past president of the American Council of Engineering Companies of Metro Washington.

Murphy Tuomey

Murphy Tuomey

Principal/Senior Vice President

Murphy Tuomey has more than 30 years of experience in all aspects of coordination of inspection assignments and has been with AMT since 1991. She runs the firm’s Virginia Operations and its Construction Management and Inspection practice. It is often said that Murphy’s office is her truck as she has a “hands on” approach to contract coordination and management. This includes regular client and employee communication, project site visits and industry training, particularly safety training and OSHA compliance. As such, she has become a regional leader in the field of construction safety.

Murphy holds a Bachelor of Arts in public affairs and government from Mount Vernon College and a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Baltimore. She is active in many professional associations including the Virginia Transportation Construction Alliance and the Society of Military Engineers which has a scholarship endowed in her honor.

Jerry Kavadias, P.E. LEED AP

Jerry Kavadias, P.E. LEED AP

Principal/Vice President

Jerry Kavadias is a professional engineer with more than 30 years of experience with the civil and transportation engineering disciplines. Jerry is a technical leader responsible for the efficient production of projects in accordance with current engineering knowledge and practices. He offers professional, technical day-to-day management, guidance and input.

Jerry holds a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from the University of Maryland and currently serves on the Board of the American Council of Engineering Companies of Metro Washington where he serves as liaison to the ACEC National Board of Directors. He is also active in both the District of Columbia Building Industry Association and the Society of American Military Engineers D.C. Post.

Stuart J. Robinson, P.E.

Stuart J. Robinson, P.E.

Principal/Vice President

Stu Robinson is a professional engineer with more than 30 years experience in the water resources and environmental engineering fields. He leads AMT’s Water Resource and dedicated Environmental Teams. His experience includes all aspects of watershed planning and modeling, erosion and sediment control, stream restoration, water quality, stormwater management and hydraulic and hydrologic analyses. Stu is extensively familiar with federal, state and local requirements regarding construction in and around water resources. He is a primary representative for state, county and local environmental departments reviewing stormwater management and erosion and sediment control drawings for compliance with regulations.

He serves as vice president for the American Council of Engineering Companies’ Maryland chapter, and is a member of the Society of the Society of American Military Engineers’ Fort Detrick Post, and the American Society of Civil Engineers in Baltimore.

Richard S. Khalil, CPA

Richard S. Khalil, CPA

Principal and CFO

As a Chief Financial Officer, Rich Khalil brings more than 25 years of financial and operational management experience and expertise to AMT with a majority of those years in the professional services environment. In his role, Rich directs all financial aspects of the business including, accounting practices, budgeting, financial planning, financial analysis, acquisitions and ventures, interaction with the financial community and monitoring of financial performance. He regularly facilitates the financial needs with clients and contracts including overhead reporting and compliance that is required for all federal, state and local contacts.

Rich holds a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from the University of Maryland and currently serves on the Board of the Society of Military Engineers where he holds the position of Treasurer.

Max Kantzer, P.E. LEED AP

Max Kantzer, P.E. LEED AP

Principal

Max Kantzer is a professional engineer with more than 35 years of experience managing the planning, design, and execution of institutional, commercial, industrial and residential site development projects for clients in both the public and private sectors.  His experience includes a wide variety of facilities for DOD and GSA, urban mixed-use redevelopment, large planned communities, and public and independent educational facilities.  Max is on the Board of Directors of the Society of American Military Engineers, Washington, D.C. Post and is active in the County Engineers Association of Maryland.   He joined the firm in 2001 and is a steady, unflappable presence in the firm.

Dan Schriever, PLS

Dan Schriever, PLS

Principal/Director of Surveys

Dan Schriever is a licensed land surveyor in both Maryland and the District of Columbia with more than 30 years experience and oversees the company’s surveying and subsurface utility engineering operations. He has a full range of experience providing service to government, commercial and residential clients.  His experience encompasses all types of surveys including boundary, topographical control, hydrographic, subsurface utility engineering and mapping and construction stakeout. Dan is in charge of a very busy surveying and subsurface utility engineering practice.

Dan holds an AS in surveying technology from Pennsylvania State University and is a member of both the District of Columbia Association of Land Surveyors and the Maryland Society of Surveyors.

Janice Gary

Janice Gary

Senior Associate and Director of Human Resources

Janice Gary is an AMT Senior Associate and the firm’s Director of Human Resources.  She joined the company in 1995 as an office manager and has seen the company through literally hundreds of hirings—from a staff of 50 employees to more than 450.  In the process, she’s been instrumental in the growth and advancement of our employee benefits program, our series of healthcare options, and our social activities.  She is responsible for strategic and workforce planning, employee relations, training and development and the ever-changing compliance requirements.   Just as importantly, Janice has set the standard for the AMT’s culture.  She is a multi-year recipient of the firm’s Quality of Life Award—eventually disqualifying herself from consideration so that others may have the opportunity to receive the award!

Janice holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in office management from the University of Memphis and an MBA in human resource management from Strayer University.

Frederick J. Wagner P.E.

Frederick J. Wagner P.E.

Senior Associate

Fred Wagner is a professional engineer with more than 30 years in transportation engineering experience.  He has been involved in numerous major transportation projects throughout the East Coast including design bid build, design build, and public private partnerships. His involvement has included planning, design, quality control, and quality assurance. He is responsible for AMT’s transportation services team, providing leadership, growth, and assistance to project managers.

Fred holds a Bachelor of Science from Clarkson College and a Master of Science from Clarkson University, both degrees in civil and environmental engineering.  He is a Fellow with the American Council of Engineering Companies and a past national director. He also has served as president with the American Council of Engineering Companies of Maryland.