Licensed Water Treatment Operator, State of Pennsylvania
Licensed Wastewater Treatment Operator, State of Pennsylvania
Licensed Professional Engineer, State of New York
Licensed Professional Engineer, State of Pennsylvania
Bachelors Degree, Civil Engineering, Penn State University
Associates Degree, Civil Engineering/Water & Wastewater, State University of New York at Delhi
Continuing Education, Penn State University
American Council of Engineering Companies NY, Mid-Hudson Chapter
Hudson Valley Water Work Conference
Former President of the City Council, City of Port Jervis (Orange County), Councilman-at-Large; 1977-1987
Former Chairman of the Department of Public Works and Water Department, City of Port Jervis
Past President, Orange County Municipal Planning Federation
Former Member of the Orange County Citizens Foundation including Planning Committee
(Director and Chairman of the Water & Sewer Committee)
New York State Senate Task Force on Balanced Growth and Land Use Planning
Eastern Orange County Chamber of Commerce
Richard D. McGoey, P.E.
Richard McGoey was one of the founding owners of McGoey, Hauser and Edsall, starting the firm in 1976. Richard served as Town Engineer for many municipalities in Orange and Sullivan counties, as well as, Pike County, Pennsylvania. He continues in this role, as well as being the primary Engineering Liaison with many of MHE’s municipality clients.
Mr. McGoey, for more than 43 years, has provided direction and guidance to a staff of 40 plus Engineers, Technicians and Administrative Staff. His Civil Engineering responsibilities include design and construction oversight on a vast number of Civil Engineering projects.
His areas of responsibility include:
- Town Planning Board Engineer for multiple municipalities in Orange & Sullivan counties.
- Planning Board consultation with multiple boards
- Extensive background in the preparation of studies, engineering reports, grant procurement, design and construction of municipal, joint municipal, and industrial sewage treatment, water treatment, distribution and storage facilities, sewage interceptors, collectors, pump stations, and general engineering construction.