Mr. Hosinski holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Purdue University and is a registered Professional Engineer in Indiana.
At Wolf, Mr. Hosinski specializes in building code and standards compliance including ADA and OSHA, construction site accidents, construction defects analysis, highway construction zone issues as well as roadside design and drainage/erosion issues. He also evaluates line of sight, stopping distance, right of way and signal timing issues. He assists product design teams with mechanical design, materials evaluation, machining and 3D printing prototype parts and testing support.
Prior to joining Wolf, he has served as a project manager for a variety of construction contracts including site work for a manufacturing facility expansion, storm sewer extensions, a creek bank protection project, and foundation repairs to a water tower. He has also managed a group that assessed feasibility for aerial and underground fiber optic cable routes. He has coordinated with state and local right-of-way authorities and power pole owners for joint use in fiber optic cable installations.
Mr. Hosinski was a field engineer for a US Army Corps of Engineers project involving the construction of an emergency spillway for a dam in Canton, OK. He performed quality control tests, ensuring construction and materials adhered to design specifications. Mr. Hosinski has also served as a materials inspector for numerous commercial construction projects and performed quality control duties for a major land reclamation project in Dubai, UAE. He acted as a resident inspector for two ACEC Engineering Excellence award winning projects. One project involved the replacement or rehabilitation of miles of sanitary sewer and laterals at a correctional facility. The project utilized technologies such as cured-in-place sewer lining, pipe bursting, as well as open-cut trench construction. The other project included the construction of an ACI Excellence in Concrete award winning headworks building for a waste water treatment facility.
He is a member of the Indiana Section of ASCE, an Evans Scholar, and serves as a technical liaison for an on-going rural electrification project in El Salvador.