Peter M. Longo, P.E.
d.b.a: PML Consulting Engineers, LLC
369 South Riverside Drive

Neptune, New Jersey 07753 


Mr. Longo is a Licensed Professional Engineer specializing in system integration for public safety and commercial communication networks.  He is also a highly respected geotechnical engineer.  Mr. Longo has provided consultation for more than five thousand communication sites throughout the northeast United States, and has completed countless geotechnical explorations and reports.  Throughout Mr. Longo’s career an emphasis has been placed on the construction and proper implementation of the infrastructure that brings wireless networks to fruition.  Early in his career, Mr. Longo played a key role in developing the first commercial wireless telecommunications networks in the New York and Boston services areas, and participated in the design of the drilled shaft (caisson) foundations of the region’s first monopoles.  Recently Mr. Longo was invited to Grand Central Station in New York City to review antiterrorism measures implemented to protect human life and physical structures.  Mr. Longo is a registered Professional Engineer in the states of VA, DE, FL, MI, MD, NJ, NY, PA, VT, and Washington DC. Mr. Longo has a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Civil Engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology.

About PML Consulting Engineers


PML Consulting Engineers, LLC (2010-Present)
President: Currently providing Engineering Consulting Services to a wide variety of clients within the Public Safety and Commercial Wireless Telecommunications Industries. Typical services include Project and Construction Management, Design of Site Plans, Lease Negotiations, Feasibility Studies, Geotechnical Explorations, Structural Evaluations, Sound Level Measurements and Analyses, and construction related services.

Innovative Engineering, Inc. (2000 – 2009)
Vice President of Wireless Engineering: Recruited by the Company’s Partners to create grow and manage a Wireless Engineering Department within the existing Engineering firm.  Responsibilities included hiring and training the entire staff, marketing the Company’s full range of services and developing and maintaining client relationships, as well as overseeing the day to day operations of the department.  The Company’s revenue from the Wireless Engineering Department grew from zero to $ 5.0 million in 4 years.

French and Parrello Associates, PA (1983 – 2000)
Associate: Envisioned and created a Wireless Engineering Department, which subsequently offered engineering and construction management services to the wireless industry.  Responsibilities consisted of departmental sales and marketing, client development and maintenance, site design, and management of day-to-day operations of the Department.  Created revenue growth from virtually nothing to $ 4.5 million in 5 years.
Construction Inspector and Resident Soils Engineer: Responsible for overseeing the day-to-day earthwork operations of hundreds of long-term, diverse construction projects such as High-Rise Structures, Wastewater Treatment Plants, Roadways, Site development and Wireless Cell Site construction.


  • Registered Professional Engineer in 9 States, plus District of Columbia.
  • Published in American Society of Civil Engineering, Journal of Management in Engineering; “Development of In-house Project Evaluation Checklist” Paper No. 25731.
  • Featured in promotional film titled “The Importance of Wireless Communications” produced by the Tri-State Wireless Access Coalition of NY, NJ, and CT.
  • Involved in the Design and Construction of over 5000 Wireless projects in the metropolitan areas of New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia.
  • Prepared Project Specifications and supervised Structural Engineering Department during its work in performing over 1500 structural analyses of existing towers and rooftops.
  • Performed Forensic Engineering related to large cracks in concrete foundation for a monopole, prepared and designed recommendations for remedial construction.


  • Numerous Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) in many prominent buildings in New York City.  Projects included mechanical and electrical designs of head end rooms and UPS power supplies. 
  • Monmouth County, NJ: Construction Manager for Motorola responsible for contractor oversight and enforcement of project specifications for a Public Safety P25 trunked simulcast network with microwave backhaul; project incorporated 5 raw land and 7 existing tower sites;  
  • Wayne Township, NJ: Site Manager responsible for civil design and construction of P25 Public Safety Radio System.  Project included an eight (8) station dispatch center, seven (7) emergency generators, and a microwave network;
  • Civil Engineer of Record for NYC’s DoITT Emergency Communications Network, administered by General Dynamics;  
  • Managed team of structural engineers and project managers to perform over 500 structural analyses of existing towers using RISA software;
  • Middle Township, NJ: Emergency Dispatch Center and Regional Communications Network;
  • Pennsauken Township, NJ: Emergency Dispatch Center upgrades and Regional OEM Communications Network;
  • Refurbishment of existing US Navy Communications Tower, Wallops Island, VA for Lockheed Martin;​
  • Civil Engineer of Record for NYC’s DoITT Emergency Communications Network, administered by General Dynamics;