Alfred Peter McNulty Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Princeton University, 1948; Master of Science, Princeton University, 1950; student, Columbia University, 1959-1962.
Structural designer J.G. White Engineering, New York City, 1950-1952. Superintendent, project engineer Turner Construction, New York City and Louisville, 1952-1962. Project manager Diesel Construction Company, 1962-1963.
Private practice as consultant New York City, since 1963. Vice president Hunkin Conkey Construction Company, Cleveland, Denver, 1967-1969. President Applied Project Management Company, Cleveland, 1976-1991.
Assignments include fission and fusion reactors, Lincoln Center, high rise hotels and apartments, New York City, world fair pavillions, offices, hospitals, schools, New York City and Cleveland. Adjunct lecturer Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Cleveland State University.
Chairman Glen Oak School, Cleveland, 1978-1979. Trustee Shaker History Society Corporal United States Army, 1943-1945. Fellow American Society of Civil Engineers.
Member Rotary, City Club, Council of Smaller Enterprises, Cleveland Skating Club.
Married Dorothy John, April 23, 1960. Children: Matthew John, Peter Drummond, William Randall.
1950 - 1952
1962 - 1963
1967 - 1969
1976 - 1991