D&B recently attended an event honoring Manhattan College supporters and advocates at the venerable educational institution’s Riverdale, NY campus.
“Our commitment to Manhattan College is historically successful and ongoing,” D&B Engineers and Architects, President Steven A. Fangmann, P.E., BCEE commented. “We believe in the science, coursework and ethical direction that Manhattan College School of Engineering has provided since its inception in 1892 to educate engineering students for rewarding careers. Through our ongoing Founders Scholarship, we support our commitment to Engineering as a vitally important field that builds the future of our world. I am proud to note that many D&B employees current and past including our founders (William F. Cosulich ’49 and Nicholas J. Bartilucci ’54) are Manhattan College graduates. I look forward to supporting the institution in the future.”
Mr. Fangmann also received his undergraduate and M.E.E. (Masters of Environmental Engineering) degrees from Manhattan College.