Steven A. Fangmann


D&B Engineers & Architects

Steven A. Fangmann P.E., BCEE has been a recognized engineer, speaker, author and thought leader in the area of civil and environmental engineering for over 40 years. After becoming President of D&B Engineers and Architects, a leading full service engineering, architectural and construction management firm (headquartered in Woodbury, NY), he implemented major initiatives to strategically position the venerable organization (founded in 1965) for continued and future success. These included programs with emphasis on excellence and business ethics, technical competence, quality standards as well as financial supervision.


Mr. Fangmann’s record of service to the engineering profession is extensive and longstanding. He is a former President of the New York Water Environment Association (NYWEA) and a member of the NYWEA Hall of Fame. He is Past President of the Nassau Chapter of the New York State Society of Professional Engineers (NYSSPE) and was elected Engineer of the Year by the same. Mr. Fangmann has been honored with numerous awards over the years including the Nicholas J. Bartilucci Award for Lifetime Achievement from the Long Island Chapter of NYWEA.


With special expertise in wastewater facilities planning, investigations and detailed designs of municipal wastewater treatment plants and sewer systems, water management planning, water and wastewater regulations and project management, Mr. Fangmann has overseen hundreds of infrastructure projects, both private and public, in the most environmentally acceptable, safe and cost-conscious manner.


Mr. Fangmann, who received his undergraduate Bachelors of Civil Engineering (B.C.E.) and Masters of Environmental Engineering (M.E.E.) degrees from Manhattan College, actively supports many charities including The Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind and America’s Vet Dogs where he served as Vice President of Planning when building its present Campus, the Maurer Foundation for Breast Cancer Health and is on Manhattan College’s Board of Advisors to the Civil and Environmental Engineering Departments.