Greg Gromicko, P.E. was honored by The Central Pennsylvania Engineers Week Council (CPEWC) with its 2018 Engineer of the Year Award on February 21 at the West Shore Country Club in Camp Hill, PA. Gromicko is a project manager at POWER Engineers in the York, PA office and current member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AlChE).
The Engineer of the Year Award is given to CPEWC members in recognition of outstanding technical achievements and contributions to the engineering profession. A member of AlChE since 1990, Greg has actively participated in AlChE events and Engineers Week for the CPEWC at the Whitaker Center in Harrisburg, PA by demonstrating the use of polymers to children. For the last 15 years, Greg has also been active with the steering committee for the York College Chemical Industry Advisory Counsel, a collaboration between York College and local chemical industries with the purpose of enhancing the education of chemistry for college students.
Greg is part of The Rotary Club of York, American Water Works Association, the International Facility Management Association, Manufacturers Association of South Central PA, South Central Architects, Engineers, and Contractors, numerous city chambers of commerce, and many more other organizations.
Greg has more than 30 years of varied experience in environmental consulting and engineering management. He has extensive experience with program management, regulatory compliance and agency negotiations, air and waste management and permitting, wastewater treatment design and operations, site investigation and remediation, solid waste management, and radiological assessment. Greg is a registered Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania and 11 other states. He earned his B.S. in chemical engineering from Penn State University and an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh.
About the CPEWC
The Central Pennsylvania Engineers Week Council (CPEWC) is a non-profit organization established to plan and implement the celebration of Engineers Week annually in the Greater Harrisburg Metropolitan Area and the surrounding communities. The Council is composed of representatives from various engineering and technical societies in Central Pennsylvania. These Member Organizations have joined together to fulfill the Council’s mission to promote the work of engineers for the public’s understanding and welfare; to honor outstanding members of the engineering profession; to recognize outstanding engineering and technical achievements; and to enhance technological literacy of the public through educational activities.