Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Dartmouth College, 1946. Master of Science, Princeton University 1947.
Manager, P&South StandardVacuum Oil County, New York, London and Sumatra, 1947-1955. Project engineer Metcalf & Eddy, Consultant Engineers, Boston, 1956-1959.
Structural engineer Lummis Company, Consultant
Engineers, Newark, 1960-1961. Manager engineering materials Interpace Corporation, Wharton, New Jersey, 1961-1978.
President Openaka Corporation, Denville, New Jersey, since 1979. Consultant cement and concrete design and construction.
Member Denville Board Health, 1963-1966, chairman, 1966. Member Denville Board Adjustment, 1966-1969. Served with United States Naval Reserve, 1943-1946.
Fellow American Concrete Institute (director 1981-1984). Member American Society for Testing and Materials (chairman subcommittee special cements 1976-1984, honorary. Member committee C-1), National Association Corrosion Engineers.
Married Margaret Akerman Menard, June 28, 1947. Children: Robert Edmunds, Alexander Menard.