I began my career as a U.S Coast Guard Reservist in 1981. After receiving my bachelor’s degree in aeronautical engineering as well as my Honorable Discharge in 1987, I worked at the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Indian Head, MD, where I went to graduate school in the evenings and obtained my master’s degree in systems analysis and management. After 8 years of experience in weapons production and systems integration, I worked at TRW System Services Company, supporting the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization as a senior systems engineer. In 1998, I moved to my hometown of New York City to support the Y2K Upgrade Initiative at The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Following a few years of information technology program management consulting engagements, I spent over a decade as Manager, New Technology Application Safety in the Office of System Safety at Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) New York City Transit, where I helped in the systems integration efforts for Communications Based Train Control (CBTC). While at the MTA, I obtained my license as a mechanical engineer, as well as my Certified Safety Professional (CSP) credential. I also published the book: “Systems Engineering and Safety: Building the Bridge” (Taylor & Francis/CRC Press). I formed GlisWorks Engineering & Consulting, PLLC in 2006. I have built a set of interdisciplinary engineering skills across several industries, and I use this company as a way to provide professional engineering services to a wide array of clients.
Peter J. Glismann, C.S.P., C.W.I., M.S., P.E.
With a background in defense, transportation and construction, I have added several skills that I utilize to provide services to clients in the construction, insurance, legal and real estate industries. In addition to being licensed as a mechanical engineer in 5 states, I am a Certified Safety Professional, Certified Welding Inspector, and Master of Special Inspection (Steel & Bolting, Structural Welding, Structural Masonry, Reinforced Concrete, Green Code & Energy Code) from the International Code Council.
The George Washington University
Systems Analysis & Management, 1992
The Ohio State University
B.S., Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineering, 1987
· American Welding Society
· Board of Certified Safety Professionals
· Federal Aviation Administration
· International Code Council
· National Society of Professional Engineers