Distribution Technology Manager at Public Service Electric & Gas (PSE&G)
George is responsible for evaluating cutting edge technologies that increase efficiency and effectiveness of operations through his leading role in gas industry research, design, development and deployment where he has been directly involved with the development and implementation of many innovative technologies utilized by the gas industry. He is a recognized leader in the industry and has spent the last 32 years of his 42 year career in the industry committed to the ever-growing technologies in trenchless construction. George has a very diverse background in gas distribution engineering and operations during his extensive career in the gas industry. Prior to joining PSE&G in 1988, he held various positions at Brooklyn Union Gas in engineering, operations, construction and management. George has published over 50 papers and reports, has presented numerous papers and has received several industry awards recognizing his work. He received his BS Mechanical Engineering from Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn in New York.