DY Consultants recognizes the efforts of our team who provide exceptional work within our organization. As a result of this recognition and contributions to the firm and our clients, we are proud to announce the following promotions！
Nicolas Dorigny, Senior Aviation Consultant
Nicolas is a recognized airport planner and civil aviation engineer in our DY New York office. Nicolas is currently supporting the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) Planning Division in various sizable projects tying into the John F. Kennedy (JFK) Redevelopment and Master Planning Programs. His skills in complex data processing and apron layout and design have proven to be valuable assets to the firm and our clients. For the past two years, Nicolas has made significant contributions to large scale projects at JFK and EWR by providing onsite support to terminal redevelopment and airfield operational enhancements programs. Prior to joining DY Consultants, he worked for Paris Airports Group (ADP) on an innovative jet blast measurement and impact analysis that was tested at Paris-CDG International Airport.
Nicolas holds a dual master’s degree in Airport Management and Development from Florida Institute of Technology and Air Transport Engineering from ENAC University, France.
Marie Guittard, Senior Aviation Consultant
Marie is a seasoned airport planner and civil aviation engineer in our DY New York office. Marie is currently supporting the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) Planning Division and serves as Project Manager for the Long-Term Redevelopment Program at Newark Liberty International Airport. Marie brings together a broad range of expertise related to terminal, airside and landside design, including demand capacity, air traffic analysis and master planning studies. Over the past two years, Marie has worked on complex planning projects for the region and also contributed to the preparation of the ACRP Synthesis S03-15: How Airports Plan for Changing Aircraft Capacity: The Effects of Upgauging. Recently, Marie won the 2018 ACC Young Professionals Innovation Competition by studying innovative solutions for airports to use solar panels and generate clean, renewable and sustainable energy on any surface. Marie holds a dual master’s degree in Airport Management and Development from Florida Institute of Technology and Air Transport Engineering from ENAC University, France.
Once again, we thank these individuals for the endless hours of hard work and commitment to DY and hope you share with us in congratulating them on their past performance, while wishing them the best of luck in their new positions.