May 21, 2018

East Providence Resident Promoted to Director of Engineering and Design


DiPrete Engineering, a leading civil/environmental engineering firm in New England, announced the promotion of Senior Project Engineer, Brian Giroux, PE to Director of Engineering and Design.

A graduate of Roger Williams University, Giroux joined DiPrete Engineering as a Civil Engineer in 2006 after gaining experience in the field as a geotechnical engineer at Professional Service Industries and a civil engineer at Tilton and Associates. In his most recent position as Senior Project Engineer, he was responsible for engineering design, regulatory permitting, and construction administration.

As Director of Engineering and Design, Giroux will be working closely with designers and engineers to find the most efficient engineering and computer aided design (CAD) solutions. His team will look to him to set standards and templates, and improve efficiencies, QA/QC culture and training.

“Over the past 11 years, we have all witnessed the evolution of Brian’s responsibilities and his continuous motivation to go above and beyond,” said Nicole Reilly, PE, LEED AP Senior Project Manager at DiPrete Engineering. “He has been the ‘go to guy’ for many of our projects and internal continuous process improvements.”

Giroux’s portfolio includes retail, institutional, and industrial projects. He also serves as the firm’s AutoCAD Manager, keeping the engineering teams on the forefront of technology.

“We are very excited about Brian’s promotion and look forward to all of his future successes in this new role,” added Reilly.

Over the years, Giroux has worked on a number of engineering design projects throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island. He is currently working on Reynolds Farm in North Kingstown, Citizens Bank Corporate Campus in Johnston, and the New England Institute of Technology’s Campus in East Greenwich.


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