C. William Brewer, P.E. Civil Engineer & Land Development Expert

C. William Brewer, Civil Engineer & Land Development Expert

Bill has over 30 years experience in large-scale engineering, construction, and real estate development projects. For more than 25 years, he has focused on land development, engineering and land planning. He provides expert analysis in land acquisition, strategic planning, entitlements, design program management, and heavy/civil construction/site development issues including: construction defects, construction site safety and construction contracting.

He has specialized expertise in the planning, design and construction of large-scale master-planned communities, and in environmental and construction issues including: wetland mitigation; grading and mass earthwork; water, sewer and drainage pipelines; storm water management systems and manmade retention/detention water bodies; roadway, pedestrian and bicycle facilities; golf courses, aquatic and athletic facilities; blasting and construction vibration; erosion control and construction safety.

Bill's areas of project management experience include constructability reviews, Critical Path Method scheduling, cost estimating, value engineering, securing regulatory permits and land use approvals, evaluating delay claims, dispute resolution, and change order analysis. Prior to joining Robson Forensic, Bill directed design and development programs at such acclaimed, high profile, and large-scale communities as Sun City Hilton Head and Weston, Florida.

Bill is a licensed professional engineer in more than a dozen states and the District of Columbia. He is a member of numerous professional associations including the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE), and the Urban Land Institute (ULI). He has also served on several city and county appointed boards.

Over three decades of experience with large-scale engineering, construction, and real estate/community development projects. Licensed as a Professional Engineer with expertise in real estate acquisitions and due diligence, strategic planning, entitlement, land use, permitting, land planning, civil engineering, design process management, heavy/civil construction, general/building construction, management, design-build, land development, and master planned community development. Provided leadership and expertise integral to the success of high profile and environmentally sensitive master-planned community development projects in the southeastern United States.

Also has decades of experience in athletics as competitor, coach, official, team director, volunteer, and event organizer as well as in athletic, golf course, and recreation facility design and construction.

Professional Experience

Robson Forensic, Inc

Associate

2008 to present

Provide technical investigations, analysis, reports, and testimony toward the resolution of commercial claims and personal injury litigation involving construction practices, premises and construction site safety, civil engineering, construction, project management, real estate acquisitions and development, strategic planning, land planning, permitting, failure analysis, bicycle crashes, athletic facilities and activities.

Land Development/Community Development:

  • Entitlements, feasibility analysis, permitting, and development agreements
  • Land acquisition, land planning, green field development, redevelopment and infill development
  • Site development, infrastructure, roads, water distribution, wastewater collection, and storm water management systems, dry utility systems

Heavy/Civil Construction:

  • Trench safety, shoring, pipe laying, excavation, and open caisson construction
  • Crane hoisting, lifting, construction equipment
  • Demolition, deconstruction, concrete recycling
  • Earthwork and grading, lake/lagoon/pond excavation and dredging, blasting and vibration, dewatering, dynamic and surcharge compaction, wick drains, erosion and sedimentation control,
  • Dewatering, sheet piling, open caissons,
  • Pump station, treatment plant and deep injection well construction, pipelines
  • Roadways, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, traffic signals, signage, and lighting
  • Quarry permitting and operation

General Construction:

  • PUD zoning, site planning, platting, permitting, historic renovation SHPO coordination
  • Wetland permitting, mitigation, creation, and restoration
  • FEMA FIRM LOMR
  • Timber management and Silva culture
  • Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, ACM abatement/NESHAP compliance, UST removal, fuel contaminated soil remediation
  • Environmental permitting, endangered species, Phase I ESA, ACM/NESHAP compliance, timber management and Silva culture, UST removal, air quality permitting, NPDES & SWPPP compliance

Project Management:

  • Construction safety, CPM scheduling, cost estimating, value engineering, delay claims, and change order analysis

Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety, and Athletic and Recreation Facilities Case Types:

  • Roadways, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, traffic signals, signage, and lighting
  • Community parks, regional parks, playgrounds
  • Recreation facilities, aquatics facilities, and athletic facilities
  • Leisure facilities including natural preserves, walking and fitness trails
  • Community recreation centers, playgrounds, gymnasiums, school facilities
  • Sports lighting, glare and noise control, landscaping, aquatic features & fountains Sports and athletic fields, courts, and facilities
  • Golf course construction and investigation of golf cart incidents
  • Pedestrian and premises safety

Murphy Environmental & Land Management, LLC

Vice President – Project Manager

2007 to present

Provide project management services for Murphy Environmental & Land Management, LLC, which specializes in site/civil development and infrastructure construction including: earthmoving, excavation, grading, site clearing, dewatering, demolition, rock slide stabilization, storm water management systems, site drainage, water, sewer, road building and quarry operation in addition to environmentally sustainable heavy construction, services including green waste reduction, deconstruction, erosion control and site stabilization, concrete crushing and recycling.

C. William Brewer, P.E., Hilton Head Island, SC

Project Management Consultant

2007 to present

Provide project management services for all phases of construction and community development: acquisition due diligence, entitlement, claims documentation, dispute resolution, cost estimating, scheduling, strategic planning, design program and project management, environmental compliance, project close out, and community development planning services.

Picerne Military Housing, Fort Bragg, NC

Development Director

2002 to 2007

Picerne Military Housing is a leader in the privatization of family housing in partnership with the United States Army under the Residential Communities Initiative (RCI) program. The Fort Bragg RCI program provides for the ownership, operation, maintenance, renovation and/or replacement of over 5,578 homes serving military families on Fort Bragg. Provided market-grade new, replacement and renovated family housing while maintaining housing availability and occupancy levels.

Directed preparation of the construction and development volume of the Community Development and Management Plan for the program – received congressional approval on May 1, 2003. Responsible for design including all new home, renovation and redevelopment plans, site plans and engineering; as well as for all site development, utility systems and service agreements, entitlement and permitting.

Successes and accomplishments:

  • Directed environmental due diligence and permitting for program real properties, subsequent acquisitions and refinancing.
  • Led the design and environmental permitting processes for the acclaimed 1,100-acre Linden Oaks community at Fort Bragg including 1,600 homes, commercial sites, security, schools, recreational amenities and environmental preserves.
  • Negotiated special utility service agreements and obtained necessary system operation approvals to provide service to the Linden Oaks community.
  • Delivered 1,150 home sites.

C. William Brewer, P.E., Hilton Head Island, SC

Project Management Consultant

2000 to 2002

Provided acquisition and project management expertise to Ecological Investments, LLC; developer of Butterfly Kingdom. This project was a visionary environmentally focused commercial/education/entertainment destination being developed in Jasper County, South Carolina. Drafted the Planned Unit Development (PUD) ordinance and successfully completed the acquisition and entitlement of this complex project, securing approvals from municipal, county, and state agencies.

Served as advisor to the management of the Oakview Group, LLC, developer of The Neighborhoods at OakView community on Hilton Head Island, SC. Directed development of advertising collateral, developed program for site enhancements and assisted management in the development of pricing strategies.

Furnished project management expertise to I-95 Properties, LLC; developer of the proposed Gateway Crossings PUD. Provided strategic business and community development planning for proposed planned unit development in Hardeeville, SC.

Del Webb Communities, Inc., Bluffton, SC

Vice President - Land Development

1997 to 2000

Del Webb (now a subsidiary of Pulte Homes) is the nation’s leading developer of active adult communities. Sun City Hilton Head (SCHH) is a 5,600-acre master planned community with two golf courses, delivering 450 homes per year and planned for 8,625 homes. Challenges included storm water management, utility infrastructure requirements, weather sensitive soils, environmentally sensitive area, scarce human resources and a limited contractor base.

Responsible for all land planning and engineering, preparation of land, construction and coordination of major infrastructure including bridges, electric power system, gas transmission pipelines water and sewer, subdivision improvements, golf course(s), special projects, community and residential landscaping. Managed staff of 81 and an annual budget in excess of $20,000,000. Member of site Executive Management Team responsible for product development, and strategic planning of Sun City Hilton Head.

Successes and accomplishments:

  • Coordinated the land development and engineering phases of due diligence for the acquisition of the Spruce Creek Company near Ocala, Florida.
  • Developed comprehensive timber and soil management and utilization plans.
  • Reduced developed lot costs by 32%. Developed and implemented operating plan for an inhouse heavy construction division.
  • Delivered 1,300 lots and achieved coordinated delivery of developed home sites ahead of sales.
  • Responsible for the design and construction of the landmark US 278 Bridge.
  • Resolved major drainage issues and upgraded storm water management plan for the 100-year design storm, while maintaining water quality.
  • Water quality best practices recognized by SCOCRM as model for other developers.
  • Upgraded community landscaping standards for SCHH.
  • Improved coordination and cooperation with environmental agencies, and utilities.
  • Assembled and developed a strong Land Development project team.
  • Developed and implemented a coherent signage program.
  • Managed construction of the Hidden Cypress golf course.

Arvida/JMB Partners, Weston, FL

Director - Development/Engineering

1988 to 1997

Managed the engineering and land development of Weston, Arvida’s 10,000-acre 17,250-unit “Hometown” that incorporated as a city in 1996. From 1,000 to 1,300+ homes were delivered annually. Blasted, excavated, and transported in excess of 1,000,000 cubic yards of earth per month. Directed the planning and construction of extensive infrastructure in an environment of wetland permitting, complex regulations, and high sensitivity to the environment.

Directed comprehensive engineering and land planning, contract administration, mass earthmoving, infrastructure planning, stormwater management systems, pipelines and ‘dry’ utilities system, site improvement, community landscaping, golf course construction, and special project functions. Coordinated with public agencies and units of government including the Indian Trace Community Develop District (ITCDD), City of Weston, Broward County, and the State of Florida. Managed annual budgets of up to $40,000,000.

Successes and accomplishments:

  • Member of team evaluating potential real estate acquisitions and performing feasibility analyses for real estate developments.
  • Planned and delivered over 8,000 home sites and over 500 acres of commercial, recreational, institutional and educational uses. Prepared site-specific PUD ordinances for successive phases.
  • Key member of the team planning the creation or enhancement, and preservation of over 1700 acres of wetlands. Directed extensive geotechnical, hydrogeological and biological research.
  • Directed extensive multiyear study of blast vibration effects on residential structures. Directed proactive technical analysis, documentation, and effective public education program of the effects of construction blasting.
  • Optimized ITCDD participation and financing of major infrastructure (water, sewer, storm water management and arterial roadway systems.
  • Managed construction of Weston Hills Country Club golf courses.
  • Directed special projects including the renovation and expansion of the Athletic Club at Weston, and the design and construction of neighborhood parks and recreational facilities including the 42-acre Tequesta Trace Park.
  • Restructured earthwork methods and contracts resulting in reduced costs; increased fill yield and recovered $5.3 million credit for earthwork from the ITCDD.
  • Drafted unprecedented security licensing agreement with Broward County; replaced $15,000,000 of out-standing bonds and eliminated the need for $70,000,000 of future bonds.
  • Planned and delivered modular elementary school complex in 9 weeks.

F.W.D.C., Inc. (a subsidiary of Cenvill Development Corp.), Pembroke Pines, FL

Vice President and Project Manager

1984 to 1988

Century Village at Pembroke Pines is a 750 acre 7,250 unit condominium retirement community in Pembroke Pines, Florida. Sales ranged from 400 to 900 units annually. Mid-rise residential buildings were constructed of precast concrete that was fabricated on site and erected by an inhouse division.

Responsibilities included building design and construction, preparation and erection of precast concrete, utilities and pipelines, stormwater management systems, site planning and land development, landscaping, and golf course construction. Responsible for the preparation of engineering feasibility studies and due diligence evaluations of various real estate projects undertaken by Cenvill Development. Provided technical support to other Cenvill projects. Managed annual budgets of $20,000,000 and a staff of 70.

Successes and accomplishments:

  • Prepared reports and performed due-diligence analysis for acquisitions and entitlements for commercial properties.
  • Directed the design, value engineering, and construction of an on-site 4 MGD wastewater treatment plant and an 8 MGD deep well injection system.
  • Managed the design and construction of 1,100 mid-rise condominium units.
  • Completed the construction of a 130,000 square foot recreation facility including 1,100-seat theater.
  • Directed emergency structural renovation of Century Village at West Palm Beach clubhouse.
  • Represented building industry on county fire code drafting and enforcement committee.

Keith and Schnars, P.A., Fort Lauderdale, FL

Keith and Schnars, P.A., Fort Lauderdale, FL

1983 to 1984

Keith and Schnars provide planning, civil, structural, environmental, surveying and geotechnical services to public and private clients throughout Florida.

Responsible for a variety of civil and structural projects including site work for additions to buildings at the University of South Florida, utility pipeline and drainage projects, structural elements for the Sawgrass Expressway, and private site developments. Construction experience was well utilized in value engineering and constructability review.

Lanzo Construction Co., Florida, Pompano Beach, FL

Project Manager

1977 to 1983

The Florida division of Michigan based Lanzo Construction specializes in pipeline and related heavy construction and also constructed a variety of master pumping stations, and water/wastewater treatment plants.

Responsible for project management, estimating, scheduling, and purchasing for multi-million dollar pipeline, roadwork, master pump station and treatment plant projects. Designed various project elements including: sanitary sewers, open caissons, shoring, and dewatering systems.

Additional Activities & Special Projects

Community and Regional Parks, athletic fields, aquatics facilities, track & field facilities, golf courses, tennis courts, sports lighting, bicycle facilities, leisure facilities including natural preserves, walking and fitness trails, playgrounds, gymnasiums, community centers, swimming pools, proscenium stage theater, temporary school facilities, bridges, wastewater treatment plant; 3500-foot deep injection well, etc.

Athletic Facilities

Has consulted on and managed the design, design-build and/or construction of athletic and recreational facilities including the following examples:

  • Conversion from 440-yard and survey layout of the University of Connecticut 400m track, Storrs, CT
  • Tequesta Trace Park athletic complex including 400m track & field event, baseball/softball and roller hockey facilities, Weston, FL
  • Neighborhood playgrounds, recreation complexes and community centers.
  • Independence Bay community center (Deerfield Beach, FL) design included decorative pools as well as swimming pool
  • T-Y Park natural pool facility pumping equipment modifications
  • Century Village at Pembroke Pines, FL community indoor and outdoor short course lap pools and neighborhood pools
  • Century Village (WPB, FL) structural renovation of indoor pool facility
  • Centura Park community center Pompano Beach, FL (outdoor pool facility)
  • Weston, FL various pools including: short course competition pool and indoor spa renovation (Athletic Club at Weston), lap pool Weston Hills CC and neighborhood pools
  • Sun City Hilton Head (Bluffton, SC) various community athletic facilities and pools
  • Fort Bragg, NC Family Housing Neighborhood Centers including fitness facility and lap pool design
  • Hardeeville, SC for Ecological Investments coordinated design program for Butterfly Kingdom project including proposed decorative pools and water park
  • Golf courses: Weston Hills Country Club, Century Village at Pembroke Pines and Hidden Cypress at Sun City Hilton Head
  • Other athletics and recreational facilities including: basketball and tennis courts, playgrounds, boardwalks and docks, bicycle facilities and multipurpose leisure trails, gymnasiums, weight training facilities, etc.

Athletic Background (As Participant, Competitor And/or Coach)

  • Running, track & field, road racing, triathlon/duathlon, swimming, open water swimming, cycling, soccer, gymnastics, weight training, skiing (Alpine and Nordic), sailing, rock and ice climbing, football.
  • Skill clinics: running, swimming, and cycling.
  • US Power Squadron boating safety and piloting, lifelong experience with sail and power boat operation.
  • Participated in a pilot program for masters athletes as resident athletes at the Olympic Training Center at Colorado Springs, CO (1997).
  • Competitive triathlete (USA Triathlon licensed over 30 years) and cyclist (USA Cycling licensed since 1997).
  • Participant in charitable organization fund raising rides and cycling events.
  • Founder and manager of a USA Cycling licensed cycling club team.
  • Participant in cycling team training camps

Athletic Background (As Official, Event Coordinator or Director)

  • Track and field, Triathlon/Duathlon and road racing event coordination including training and utilization of volunteer officials, judges, timers, and participants; responsible for safety of participants, officials, and attendees.
  • Event planning and promotion: triathlon/duathlons, road races, and bicycle races.

Professional Credentials

  • Professional Engineer: NCEES, Alabama, Arizona, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Vermont, Virginia
  • Pilot: Single Engine Land, Instrument Rated, High Performance Endorsement
  • Certified XL Tribometrist

Education

B.S., Civil Engineering, University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut, 1977

Continuing Education

  • Construction Safety Awareness: Working Safety in Work Zones, AASHTO Transportation Curriculum Coordination Council, 2022
  • Tip the Scale in Your Favor: Conquer Risk to Maximize Profits, Tensar International, 2021
  • Pedestrian Safety on Arterial Streets, UNC PBIC, FHWA, 2021
  • Improving Traffic Signals for Bicycling and Walking, UNC PBIC, FHWA, 2021
  • Statewide Action Plans for Bicyclist and Pedestrian Safety, UNC, PBIC, FHWA, 2021
  • The Basics of Bikeway Selection at Intersections and with Parking, UNC, PBIC, FHWA, 2021
  • A Simple Guide to Contract Documents for Contractors and Subcontractors, AIA, 2021
  • NHI-142080 Bicycle Facility Design, NHI/FHWA, 2021
  • MPO and DOT Partnership for Complete Streets Projects, UNC PBIC, FHWA, 2020
  • Going Dutch: Translating Dutch Cycling Ideas to an American Context, UNC PBIC, FHWA, 2020
  • Evaluating Road Diets: Recent Research and Case Studies, UNC PBIC, FHWA, 2020
  • Update on the Clean Water Act, FES/ACEC, 2020
  • Developing and Delivering Pedestrian Safety Projects, UNC PBIC, FHWA, 2020
  • Controlling and Preventing Cracks in Concrete Flatwork - American Concrete Institute, ACI University, 2020
  • STEP UP Campaign for Pedestrian Safety, UNC PBIC, FHWA, 2020
  • Enhancing Mobility, Access and Safety for Pedestrians (Part I), UNC PBIC, FHWA, 2020
  • Enhancing Mobility, Access and Safety for Pedestrians (Part II), UNC PBIC, FHWA, 2020
  • Construction Safety: Excavation & Trenching, AASHTO Transportation Curriculum Coordinating Council, 2020
  • Construction Safety: Working Safely in Work Zones, AASHTO Transportation Curriculum Coordinating Council, 2020
  • Construction Safety: Earthmoving Equipment and Motor Vehicles, AASHTO Transportation Curriculum Coordinating Council, 2020 Preparing and Implementing Construction Site Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans, ASCE, 2019
  • Improving the EPA Multi-Sector General Permit for Industrial Stormwater Discharge, 2019
  • Improving Intersection Safety for All Road Users, UNC PBIC-FHWA, 2019
  • Designing and Implementing Separated Bikeways, ASCE, 2019
  • The Analysis and Quantification of Construction Delays, ASCE, 2019
  • Innovative Bicycle Facility Treatments, ASCE, 2019
  • Improving Intersection Safety for All Road Users, U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration, 2019
  • Improving Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety in Work Zones, U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration, 2019
  • ITE - Smart Columbus Program: Safety Management Plan, 2019
  • Designing for Bicyclist Safety, FHWA & UNC Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center webinar, 2019
  • Ethical Decision Making for Engineers #3, RedVector, 2018
  • Creating an Effective and Sustainable Safety Culture, EHS Today, 2018
  • AIA Contract Documents - Fall 2018
  • Release: Master Agreements, AIA, 2018
  • The Human Factor in OSHA Enforcement and Compliance, EHS Today, 2018
  • OSHA in the Supply Chain– How Far Does Your Liability Extend? EHS Today, 2018
  • Multiple Threat Crash, UNC PBIC-FHWA, 2018
  • Conducting Bicycle Road Safety Audits, UNC PBIC-FHWA, 2018
  • Hydrologic Trespass and Nuisance Considerations in Stormwater Management Design, ASCE, 2018
  • Using Crash Types to Understand Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety, UNC PBIC-FHWA, 2018
  • Safety Performance Measures for Pedestrians and Bicyclists, UNC PBIC - FHWA webinar, 2017
  • Determining the Safety Impact of Bicycling and Walking Investments, UNC PBIC - FHWA Webinar, 2017
  • Contractor Safety Beyond Compliance: Modeling OSHA's Recommended Best Practices for Contractor Management, EHS Today Webinar, 2017
  • Contractor Safety Management, EHS Today Webinar, 2017
  • Addressing Speed-Related Crashes with a Focus on Protecting Children, UNC PBIC-FHWA, 2017
  • Making Signals Work for Bicyclists and Pedestrians, FHWA and the Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center, 2017
  • Maintenance of Drainage Features for Safety, AASHTO Transportation Curriculum Coordinating Council, 2017
  • Prevent Safety Liability at Multi-Employer Worksites, presented by EHS Today, 2017
  • Incorporating Bicycle Networks into Resurfacing Projects, UNC-FHWA-PBIC, 2017
  • Designing for Bicycle Safety Part III, UNC-FHWA-PBIC, 2017
  • Designing for Bicycle Safety Part II, UNC-FHWA-PBIC, 2017
  • Designing for Bicycle Safety Part I, UNC-FHWA-PBIC, 2017
  • Getting from Vision Zero Plan to Vision Zero Progress, UNC-FHWA-PBIC, 2017
  • Pedestrian and Bicycle Count Programs Part II, UNC-FHWA-PBIC, 2017
  • Pedestrian and Bicycle Count Programs Part I, UNC-FHWA-PBIC, 2017
  • Southeast Bicycle Symposium, Hilton Head Island, SC, 2017
  • A New Life for Urban and Suburban Arterials, The Urban Land Institute, 2017
  • Strategies for Compliance with OSHA's Final Walkway - Working Surfaces and Fall Protection Standards, ASSE, 2017
  • Shopping for Trouble: Detecting and Mitigating Pedestrian Accident Risks in Retail Parking Lots, CLM webinar, 2017
  • Guardrail Series: Guardrail Basics, AASHTO Transportation Curriculum Coordinating Council, 2016
  • Fundamentals of Geosynthetic Materials, AASHTO Transportation Curriculum Coordinating Council, 2016
  • Separated Bike Lanes Part II – Design Considerations for Separated Bike Lanes, FHWA & Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center webinar, 2016
  • Separated Bike Lanes Part I – Planning for Separated Bike Lanes, FHWA & Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center webinar, 2016
  • Walk Friendly Communities – Inspiring and Celebrating Your City’s Vision for Walkable Streets, FHWA & Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center webinar, 2016
  • Understanding Roles, Risks and Responsibilities: Explore the AIA Contract Documents Teaming Agreement, AIA webinar, 2016
  • Active Transportation and Real Estate - The Next Frontier, webinar, the Urban Land Institute, 2016
  • What the U.S. can learn from international efforts to improve pedestrian and bicycle safety, FHWA Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center webinar, 2016
  • Ethical Decision Making for Engineers #2, RedVector webinar, 2015
  • Complete Streets – An Introduction to the Design of Complete Streets, RedVector webinar, 2015
  • Complete Streets – An Introduction to the Complete Streets Concept, RedVector webinar, 2015
  • Basic Stormwater Pond Design, RedVector webinar, 2015
  • Basics of Water Resources: Groundwater Hydrology, RedVector webinar, 2015
  • Professional Standard of Care: Proof and Defense, RedVector webinar, 2015
  • Building Pathology: Site Drainage Problems, RedVector, 2015
  • ADA Tolerances and Acceptable Measurements, AIA webinar, 2015
  • Mixed-use and Urban Redevelopment - Two Case Studies, Urban Land Institute webinar, 2015
  • Smart Safety Design to Prevent Slips, Trips and Falls, Engineering News Record (ENR) webinar, 2015
  • Measuring the Economic Impact of Nonmotorized Transportation, University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center - Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center, FHWA, 2015
  • Road Diets: Improving Safety for All Road Users, University of North Carolina Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center/FHWA, 2015 Bicycle Safety Guide and Countermeasure Selection System (BIKESAFE) Webinar, FHWA Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center, 2015
  • A Resident’s Guide for Creating Safer Communities for Walking and Biking, University of North Carolina Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center/FHWA, 2015
  • ActiveTrans Priority Tool: A Model Methodology for Prioritizing Pedestrian and Bicycle Improvements on Existing Roads, University of North Carolina Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center, 2014
  • English XL Variable Incidence Certification, 2014
  • Designing for Older Users, University of North Carolina Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center/FHWA, 2014
  • Crash Reconstruction as an Element of Risk Management, Institute of Transportation Engineers Educational Institute, 2014
  • How to Create a Bicycle Safety Action Plan: Off-Road Facilities, University of North Carolina Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center, 2014
  • How to Create a Bicycle Safety Action Plan: On-Road Facilities, University of North Carolina Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center, 2014
  • How to Create a Bicycle Safety Action plan: Planning for Safety, University of North Carolina Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center/FHWA Livable Communities Webinar Series, 2014
  • Roadside Landscaping and Safety, FHWA & Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center webinar, 2014
  • Fundamentals of Helical Anchors/Piles, SunCam, Inc., 2014
  • Statewide Complete Streets: How states are working with communities for friendlier roads, FHWA & Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center webinar, 2014
  • Pedestrian Safety and the Highway Safety Improvement Program, FHWA & Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center webinar, 2014
  • Countermeasure Costs: Putting a price on pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure, FHWA & Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center webinar, 2014
  • Pedestrian/Bicycle Crash Investigation, Institute of Police Technology and Management, University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL, 2013
  • Pedestrian Safety Guide and Countermeasure Selection System Webinar, Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center FHWA Pedestrian Focus Webinar Series, 2013
  • Systematic Safety Project Selection Tool, Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center, FHWA Pedestrian Focus Webinar Series, 2013 Quality Control with UV CIPP Pipe and Culvert Liners, Forester University Webinar, 2013
  • Counting Bicyclists & Pedestrians, Institute of Traffic Engineers (ITE) Professional Development Program, www.ite.org, 2013
  • Traffic Control Plans (for Construction Work Zones), www.SunCam.com, 2013
  • AASHTO Bike Guide: Off-Road Facilities: Shared Use Path Design, Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center, FHWA Pedestrian Focus Webinar Series, 2012
  • AASHTO Bike Guide: On-Road Facilities Part 1: Bike Lanes, Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center, FHWA Pedestrian Focus Webinar Series, 2012
  • AASHTO Bike Guide: On-Road Facilities Part 2: Shared Lanes, Paved Shoulders, Bicycle Boulevards and Traffic Signals, Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center, FHWA Pedestrian Focus Webinar Series, 2012
  • AASHTO Bike Guide: Off-Road Facilities: Shared Use Path – Roadway Intersection Design, Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center, FHWA Pedestrian Focus Webinar Series, 2012
  • Project Management Basic Training, Florida Engineering Society (www.fleng.org), 2012
  • Basic Civil Engineering – Culvert Design (1), Red Vector Continuing Education, 2012
  • Basic Civil Engineering – Culvert Design (2), Red Vector Continuing Education, 2012
  • Design of Wick Drains, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2012
  • Asbestos Management, Red Vector Continuing Education/Chitester Management Systems, Inc., 2012
  • Heavy Construction Equipment Basics – Lifting, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2012
  • Corrugated Steel Pipe Durability, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2012
  • Ductile Iron Pipe, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2012
  • Heavy Construction Equipment Basics – Earthmoving & Excavating, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2012
  • HEC-RAS – Open Channel Flow Basics, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2012
  • Traffic Calming, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2012
  • Highway Rumble Strips, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2012
  • Preventing and Investigating Accidents, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2012
  • Tort Liability & Risk Management – Bicycle and Pedestrian Design, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2011
  • OSHA Demolition (Safety), Red Vector Continuing Education/Chitester Management Systems, Inc., 2011
  • ADA Guidelines: General Site and Building Elements, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2011
  • Green Design: Introduction to Sustainability and Measurement Systems, Red Vector Continuing Education/University of Tennessee, 2010
  • Green Design: Introduction to High Performance Building Design, Red Vector Continuing Education/University of Tennessee, 2010
  • Green Design: Introduction to Indoor Environmental Air Quality, Red Vector Continuing Education/University of Tennessee, 2010
  • Green Design: Perspectives on Innovation, Red Vector Continuing Education/University of Tennessee, 2010
  • Green Design: Designing Relationships to Nature, Red Vector Continuing Education/University of Tennessee, 2010
  • Green Design: Levels of Complexity Theory, Red Vector Continuing Education/University of Tennessee, 2010
  • Green Design: Introduction to Integral Sustainable Design Theory, Red Vector Continuing Education/University of Tennessee, 2010
  • Green Design: Introduction to Sustainable Design Materials and Resources, Red Vector Continuing Education/University of Tennessee, 2010
  • Green Design: Introduction to Sustainable Sites, Red Vector Continuing Education/University of Tennessee, 2010
  • Green Design: Introduction to Sustainable Water Systems I, Red Vector Continuing Education/University of Tennessee, 2010
  • Green Design: Introduction to Indoor Environmental Air Quality, Red Vector Continuing Education/University of Tennessee, 2010
  • Green Design: Introduction to High Performance Building Design, Red Vector Continuing Education/University of Tennessee, 2010 Slope Stabilization and Rockfall Mitigation, Geobrugg, Asheville, NC, 2009
  • Basic Wind Loads 1: ASCE 7-05, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2009
  • Excavation Safety and Shoring – OSHA, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2009
  • Contract Guide for Design Professionals: Advanced, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2007
  • Construction Claims: Labor Productivity Loss, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2007 A/E’s, Owners & Contractors: Managing Projects to Success, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2006
  • Environmental Site Assessments – ASTM & EPA, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2006
  • Business Management Part I; Part II The Business Plan & Part III Marketing & Financial Planning, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2004
  • Runoff Analysis Using the SCS Method – Part 1, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2004
  • Insurance for Construction Defects, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2004
  • Construction Law – Advanced, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2004
  • Basic Civil Engineering – Water Supply, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2003
  • Toxic Mold Detection, Prevention & Remediation, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2003
  • A Wetland Primer, Advanced: Field Evaluation & Permitting Considerations, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2003
  • A Wetland Primer for Design Professionals, CPM Scheduling Part I, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2003
  • Basic Civil Engineering – Asphalt, CPM Scheduling Part I, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2003
  • The Florida Building Code – Administrative Core Course, Chitester Management Systems, 2003
  • CPM Scheduling Part I, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2002
  • CPM Scheduling Part II, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2002
  • Environmental Compliance, CPM Scheduling Part I, Red Vector Continuing Education, 2002
  • ACI/PCA Building Code Seminar, 1996
  • Blasting Regulation Workshops, Broward County, FL, 1996 ACI Concrete Slabs on Grade Seminar, 1996
  • ACI/PCA Building Code Seminar, 1990
  • Seismic Monitoring Procedures, GeoSonics, Inc., Fort Lauderdale, FL, 1990
  • Advanced Permitting Workshop, Florida Engineering Society, Fort Lauderdale, FL, 1988
  • Basis of Review, Florida Engineering Society, Palm Beach, FL, 1987
  • Florida Environmental Permitting Short Course, The Florida Chamber at the Florida State University Center for Professional Development, Tallahassee, FL, 1987
  • Florida Environmental Permitting Short Course, The Florida Chamber at the Florida State University Center for Professional Development, Tallahassee, FL, 1986 ACI 318
  • Building Code Requirements for Reinforced Concrete Seminar, 1984

Professional Memberships

  • American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
  • Bicycle Advisory Committee, Hilton Head Island, SC
  • Construction Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers
  • Florida Engineering Society (FES)
  • National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE)
  • Palmetto Cycling Coalition
  • Urban Land Institute (ULI)
  • Beaufort County, South Carolina Comprehensive Plan Update Bicycle and Pedestrian Task Force

Past Affiliations:

  • Member, National Association of Environmental Professionals
  • Member, City of Margate, FL Unsafe Structures Board
  • Member, Broward County, FL Fire Code Subcommittee
  • Member, Broward County, FL School Board’s Consultants Selection Committee
  • Member, Builders Association of South Florida (BASF) Board
  • Chair, BASF legislative committee (and various technical committees)
  • Construction Specifications Institute
  • American Concrete Institute
  • American Water Works Association
  • Affiliate (non-attorney) member, Environmental & Land Use Law section FL Bar Association

Presentations

  • A Discussion on Bicycles, Equipment, and Trails and Why They Fail, Florida Justice Association, March 2014
  • Bicycle Crashes, Hazards, and Investigations, American Association for Justice, June 2013
  • National Low Impact Development Conference, Wilmington, NC, 2007
  • “It’s a Blast,” video technical writer and production, Weston, FL, 1996
  • Blasting Effects and Regulations Seminar, Fort Lauderdale (Weston), FL, 1996

Publications

  • Brewer, C. William, P.E., A Summary of the Effects of Blasting in South Florida. Weston, Florida, 1996 (Internal booklet prepared at Arvida – distributed to residents and public officials)
  • Brewer, C. William, P.E., A Summary of Typical Design, Specification & Construction Conditions Which Affect Cracking in Concrete Slabs on Grade, Fort Lauderdale, FL, 1995
  • Dowding, Charles H. and Brewer, C. William, P.E., Criteria for Safe Blasting as a Function of Distance, Fort Lauderdale, FL, 1994

Media

  • Interview: Bicycle Safety, WTOC Savannah, GA 8/27/2017
  • Interview: Bicycle Safety, WTOC Savannah, GA 3/24/2017

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