John McGrane, P.E., CFM
John McGrane, P.E., CFM is a Professional Engineer and Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) in GEI’s Glastonbury, CT office and has technical and management experience in infrastructure operations and related capital projects. Having served in engineering and construction administration positions with both private and public sector entities, John has a unique perspective on implementation of infrastructure projects. John has an extensive background in flood control and coastal protection systems, street and utility engineering; and municipal engineering and operations. As City of Hartford, CT City Engineer, John managed the Department of Public Work's (DPW) Capital Improvement Program which had a budget of up to $40 Million annually. He also functioned as DPW's main liaison with the Department of Environmental Protection, the Metropolitan District Commission, and other agencies regarding waste disposal, sewerage, environmental compliance, and capital project coordination. In addition, he served as Director of the Greater Hartford Flood Commission with responsibility for flood plain regulation and stewardship of Hartford's Flood Protection System, the largest of its kind in New England. John has successfully managed multi-year programs which secured critical FEMA Levee Accreditation, and favorable US Army Corps of Engineers rating of flood control levee, storm water pump stations, and major hydraulic conduits.