ARM’s Dan Fellon, P.E., named among the 2019 “Forty under 40” Honorees by the Central Penn Business Journal

ARM is pleased to congratulate Dan Fellon, P.E., ARM’s VP of Solid Waste Management for being named among the 2019 Forty under 40 Honorees by the Central Penn Business Journal (CPBJ).  This year marks the 25th anniversary of the CPBJ selecting forty business leaders under the age of 40 for their commitment to business growth, professional excellence and community service in Central Pennsylvania.  Honorees will be recognized on October 7, 2019 at the Hilton Harrisburg.

Dan possesses civil engineering and geology degrees from Bucknell University, and leads ARM’s solid waste management practice, which is the largest and fastest growing practice area within ARM.  Dan’s work ethic and dedication to his profession are unparalleled.  Dan has been instrumental to ARM’s success over the past 14 years, with involvement in solid waste management, geotechnical, and environmental engineering projects.  His solid waste management experience includes multiple landfill expansion and infrastructure permitting and construction projects, mechanically-stabilized earth (MSE) berms, solid waste relocation and beneficial reuse projects; and landfill closure plans and equivalency evaluations including alternative final cover systems. Dan also directs numerous projects with ARM’s construction quality assurance (CQA) professionals, and has managed projects involving landfill cell liner and closure cap installations, MSE berm construction, soil borrow and earthmoving activities, transfer stations and solid waste facility support buildings, leachate containment facility rehabilitation, and water management controls. 

Outside of work, Dan is actively involved in the community and numerous charitable organizations, and enjoys participating in and supporting his sons’ extracurricular activities.  Dan, his wife Laura, and their sons Blake and Parker reside in Palmyra.  Dan has been an avid cyclist since the age of 12 and can often be found on the roads of Dauphin and Lebanon County, on the trails behind the Hershey Med Center, or enjoying the outdoor life in Central PA.