GEORGES JACQUEMART, PE, AICP BFJ PLANNING Lead Traffic Planner
Georges Jacquemart is a Principal of BFJ and directs the firm’s transportation work. Mr. Jacquemart has extensive experience in managing and undertaking traffic im- pact and engineering studies related to residential, institutional, industrial, commer- cial, and recreational developments, as well as highway projects. He also manages numerous studies related to transit planning, parking, and bicycle and pedestrian circulation. Prior to becoming a principal of BFJ, Mr. Jacquemart was the principal of Jacquemart Associates, Inc., a New York-based transportation planning and traf- fic engineering firm. He had previously been Associate Vice President and Regional Manager of PRC Voorhees (Alan M. Voorhees & Associates).
EDUCATION Master of Science, Urban Planning, Stanford University, 1973 Post Graduate Courses, Systems Analysis, Federal Polytechnic School of Lausanne, Switzerland, 1972 Civil Engineering Diploma, Transportation, Federal Polytechnic School of Lausanne, Switzerland, 1971
REGISTRATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS Licensed civil and traffic engineer: California, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, and Luxembourg Member, American Institute of Certified Planners Member, Transportation Research Board
REPRESENTATIVE PROJECTS Saratoga Springs Downtown Transportation Study, Saratoga Springs, New York Transportation improvement plan for the downtown area of Saratoga Springs, involving evaluation and refinement of the City’s form-based zoning. Future build-out scenarios were estimated to determine the transportation impacts of future growth.
Croton TOD Study, Croton-on-Hudson, New York Feasibility study of transit-oriented development at Croton’s train station hub. This study includes assessing the development constraints on the site (including physical and geotechnical constraints), assessing market conditions to determine the best use or uses on the site, and establishing general zoning parameters and a design scheme for the site.
Palmer Square Parking Study, Princeton, New Jersey Traffic and parking study to determine the Square’s existing parking demand and its main characteristics, and to satisfy the parking code while increasing parking spaces.
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