PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE, March 25, 2024 – Eric Riese has joined McClure’s East Coast team as a Team Leader.

Riese graduated from the University of Massachusetts – Lowell (UMass Lowell) with a Bachelor of Science in Civil & Environmental Engineering and a Master of Science in Transportation Engineering. He is a Registered Professional Engineer (P.E.) in both New Hampshire and Massachusetts, a Registered Professional Traffic Operations Engineer (PTOE), and an Envision Sustainability Professional (ENV SP). Before joining McClure, he spent 11 years at GPI (Greenman-Pedersen, Inc.). He started as an entry-level engineer in the Highway Group and transitioned to a Project Manager in the Safety & Mobility Group. He worked on both highway design and traffic design, from roadway geometry to traffic signal design and traffic analysis.

Riese will be joining McClure’s East Coast team in achieving the firm’s vision of making lives better. He is looking forward to building brand-awareness of McClure’s engineering services locally and working with a diverse transportation team. When asked what made him decide to join McClure, he said, “Opportunity! Joining McClure was such a unique opportunity I simply couldn’t pass up. Being able to simultaneously lead my own team, help build a new market from the ground up, and to do both of those things with my two previous mentors was such an amazing opportunity that I couldn’t have even dreamed up!”

About McClure

Founded in 1956, McClure has grown to a firm of over 250 professionals in fourteen offices. With a vision of making lives better, McClure brings engineering expertise and a collaborative approach to identify the best strategies and solutions to bring our client’s vision to life. McClure’s area of expertise is in guiding its clients on making long-term capital investments in the areas of aviation, bridge, community development, construction observation, development, environmental, GIS, landscape architecture, MEP, structural, survey, traffic, transportation, wastewater, and water.