|Dept:||Civil Environ. Eng.|
WALTER KONON, P.E., has been a Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the New Jersey Institute of Technology since 1974. He has extensive professional and academic experience in the areas of heavy construction and infrastructure renovation. He currently teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in construction engineering, materials testing and infrastructure repair. Prof. Konon currently heads the Construction Division at NJIT. He also serves as Associate Department Chair and Director of the High Performance Concrete laboratory.
- City University of New York, B.S.C.E., 1966.
- City University of New York, M.S.C.E., 1970.
Development and testing of the cleaner wick system for in-situ removal of contaminants from soil and groundwater, Infrastructure remediation and development.
Modification of highway barrier walls to improve aesthetics and reduce construction costs, Infrastructure repair and rehabilitation.
Konon, W., Golub., Dauenheimer, E., Saadeghvaziri, A., “NJIT Develops Fin Wall,” The Wall Journal, Vol. No. 29, Page 10, May 1997.
Konon, W. “Design of Mega Projects by Freshman.” Proceedings of the First Regional Conference on Innovations in Teaching and Learning, NJIT, Pages 5-9, November 21, 1997.
Konon, W., Dauenheimer, E. Golub, E., “To Advance The Concept of Aesthetics and Constructability in the Design of Noise Barrier Walls,” Final Report to NJDOT-NJ-99-007, December 17, 1999.