Reddy Kancharla has more than twenty-five years of experience in civil construction, geotechnical consultation, and construction QA/QC projects. From commercial and residential buildings, bridge and roadway structures, to earth retaining structures and shallow and deep foundations, he has brought his skills and talent to the design and construction of various complex projects that are spread out all over New Jersey and the metropolitan New York area.
Reddy Kancharla has ten years of senior management experience, having served as a Chief Engineer and top executive in a major construction QA/QC firm in the NYC metro area. His extensive knowledge of the industry encompasses engineering theories, principles, and practical solutions, as well as quality systems development and implementation in accordance to various codes and standards.
Some of his major projects include:
- Numerous high-rise buildings in NYC (BoA, Reuters, Bloomberg, Goldman Sachs, 7 WTC, etc.)
- USTA National Tennis Center, Yankee Stadium, Giants/Jets Stadium
- Construction of Terminals 1, 4, 5 and 7: JFK Airport, New York; Terminal C, Newark, NJ
- Park Avenue viaduct rehabilitation, Second Avenue subway, New York
- Evaluation of existing structures of the US Coast Guard Facility in Staten Island, NY
- Geotechnical investigation along Passaic River for US Corps of Engineers in Newark, New Jersey
- Geotechnical investigation for Chevron Corporation in Perth Amboy, New Jersey
- Union Carbide Plant in Franklin Township, New Jersey
- Various New Jersey turnpike widening projects
- Various bridge rehabilitation projects in New Jersey and New York
- IKEA Warehouse in Elizabeth, New Jersey
- Grand Hotels in Cape May, New Jersey
- Fresh Kills Landfill Plant # 2 in Staten Island, New York
- American Cyanamid in Brookbound, New Jersey
Reddy Kancharla also holds relevant work experience in the following areas: investigation of structural failures and remedial design, corrective action planning, and planning and management of various project elements and construction phases, including budgeting principles in relation to civil construction projects and building management.