Rosemary Aldridge, PE, CHMM

Rosemary Aldridge, PE, CHMM

Florida Operations Manager,
Senior Vice President


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Rosemary joined Neel-Schaffer in 2004 and manages Neel-Schaffer’s Florida operations, splitting time between the firm’s Maitland and Sanford offices.

She is a Senior Vice President and member of the firm’s Senior Advisory Committee and lends her leadership skills to major multi-disciplined projects and initiatives, including the firm’s Complete Communities Group.

Rosemary also leads the firm’s Telecommunications Division and has more than 30 years of experience as an engineer and manager.  For the past 20 years, she has led major design and construction projects in the wireless industry and has expanded the firm’s capabilities to serve the public sector with emergency communications, public television, and community broadband.

Rosemary also has expertise in environmental services, including Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments, site investigations, environmental permitting, and natural resource assessments for National Environmental Policy Act compliance. She has completed over 1,000 Phase I ESAs, with many requiring Phase II investigations, and has experience with major environmental cleanup and hazardous waste management projects for the Department of Defense and Department of Energy.

Rosemary has conducted successful Public Involvement programs for a variety of infrastructure projects, including developing unique techniques for increasing public involvement through project activities designed for school-aged children (Mississippi Department of Transportation, Columbus Highway 45 Bypass).

Rosemary resides in Sanford and is a member of the City’s Historic Preservation Board, a five-person board that oversees the City’s historic commercial and residential districts.  She has a passion for sustainability and a love of animals and serves on the Facilities Committee of the Central Florida Zoo.  She is also a member of the City’s Citizen Academy 2.0 Planning Committee, developing a new program for ongoing citizen engagement to aid the City in solving complex problems that affect diverse groups.

She is an active member in both national and state wireless associations to foster better partnering between private wireless carriers and local communities.

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