David P. Hanlon
David P. Hanlon holds an A.E. in Civil & Highway Engineering Technology from the Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston; a BS in Civil Engineering, graduating Magna Cum Laude from Northeastern University; and a MBA from Nichols College. Mr. Hanlon has experience with all aspects of municipal public works management and administration including highway and bridge construction and maintenance, ice and snow control and removal, water and wastewater systems management and operations, drainage system planning and maintenance, parks and public properties management, solid waste management and project engineering. Mr. Hanlon retired in 2009 as the Director of Public Works for the Town of North Reading, Massachusetts, a position he held since 1991. Prior to working for the Town of North Reading, Mr. Hanlon also served as the Director of Public Works/ Community Services for the Town of Salem, New Hampshire; as Town Engineer/Director of Public Works for the Town of Meredith, New Hampshire; and as Assistant City Engineer for the City of Pittsfield, Massachusetts; he was also a member of the United States Navy's Naval Reserve Construction Force (SEABEES) from January 1964 to 1999. Mr. Hanlon was honored by the American Public Works Association as the Public Works Director of the Year in 2009 for his many contributions to the profession.