Peter A. Scully joins Hayduk Engineering Management Team
FORMER NYSDEC REGIONAL DIRECTOR JOINS HAYDUK ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT TEAM
Former long time New York State DEC Regional Director Peter A. Scully has joined the management team at Hayduk Engineering, LLC, company founder Stephen G. Hayduk, P.E. announced today. Scully, of Stony Brook, served as DEC ‘s Long Island Regional Director from 2003 until 2015, and served more recently as Deputy County Executive for Suffolk County, where he was dubbed the County’s “Water Quality Czar”.
“With his broad experience in public policy issues related to both solid waste and wastewater management, Peter Scully brings a skill set that will enable our firm to serve clients even more effectively,” said Hayduk. “As Deputy County Executive, Peter successfully advanced the largest expansion of sewers the Long Island region has seen in more than 50 years. That success built upon decades of work on solid waste projects and other environmental issues. I know Peter’s expertise will benefit Hayduk Engineering’s client base immensely.”
Prior to serving as DEC Regional Director, Scully served as Deputy Supervisor of the Town of Brookhaven and as President of the Islip Resource Recovery Agency and Commissioner of Environmental Control, where he was responsible for the successful capping and closure of the Blydenburgh Landfill, designated a National Priority List Superfund site by USEPA, and charged with overhauling Islip’s solid waste operations in the wake of the Long Island Garbage Barge saga. In 1994, he was nominated by the Majority Leader of the New York State Senate and appointed by then Governor Mario Cuomo to the New York State Solid Waste Management Board, created under the New York State Solid Waste Management Act of 1988 to advise the Governor and State Legislature on solid waste issues.
“I am proud to join this family-owned firm, founded by a Vietnam Veteran, which has established itself as a trusted provider of engineering services to both private sector clients and agencies on all levels of government,” said Peter A. Scully. “In this new role, I look forward to continuing my work to protect the environment, and to improve water quality.”