(BALTIMORE – April 21, 2017) – Daniel Cheng was among the honorees at yesterday’s Black Wall Street BWI-THURGOOD MARSHALL AIRPORT.
Who is Daniel?
Daniel T. Cheng, P.E. is an Executive Vice President with Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson (JMT). JMT was founded in 1971 and is headquartered in Hunt Valley, Maryland. As a 100% employee-owned firm, JMT provides a full-range of multi-disciplined engineering, architectural, and related services from 35 strategically located offices, serving public agencies and private clients throughout the United States.
JMT’s staff of more than 1,400 professionals – engineers, architects, landscape architects, planners, environmental scientists, surveyors, construction and program managers, inspectors, designers, CADD technicians, and GIS and information technology specialists – is dedicated to the highest-quality project performance.
Dan is Chairman of JMT’s Board of Trustees and a member of the Board of Directors. Dan is responsible for the strategic planning and growth of JMT in the Transportation, Buildings & Facilities, Water/Wastewater & Utilities, Energy, Federal Programs and Information Technology markets.
He has over 40 years’ experience in the planning, design and management of infrastructure improvements and is a Registered Professional Engineer in MD, VA, DE, PA, OH & FL.
Dan is a past President of the American Council of Engineering Companies/Maryland (ACEC/MD), the Maryland Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), the Maryland Association of Engineers (MAE) and the Engineers Club in Baltimore. He is a strong advocate of quality in planning, design and construction of transportation facilities in Maryland, and serves as Co-Chairman of the Maryland Quality Initiative which is supported by 13 government agencies and industry association sponsors. Dan participates in many other professional organizations including COMTO, WTS, County Association of Engineers/Maryland, APWA & ASHE.
A graduate of the University of Maryland-College Park in 1972 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Civil Engineering, Mr. Cheng then continued at the University of Maryland earning his Master’s of Science in Civil Engineering in 1978, specializing in Transportation and Urban Planning.