Jacob Fradkin

Associate Engineer
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Jacob Fradkin is a geotechnical engineer that joined MFS in 2012 and currently manages the operations of the Geotechnical Engineering Department. Jacob has worked on projects throughout the country, with a focus in complex urban environments. He is experienced in developing and managing subsurface investigations, data and recommendations reports, deep and shallow foundation design, support of excavation and underpinning design, earth retaining structures, waterfront design, construction specifications and drawings, and forensic engineering. Jacob’s experience includes both public sector work with various federal, state, and local agencies as well as work in the private sector work for contractors, owners, and developers. He manages MFS geotechnical engineering resources to efficiently meet the client’s specific project schedule, budget, and other needs.


  • M.S. Geotechnical Engineering Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  • B.S. Civil and Environmental Engineering Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Notable Projects

  • ConEd – 138kV Circuit 38R51 & 38R52 Replacement Project, Staten Island, New York
  • PANYNJ – JFK Bergen Electrical Substation, Queens, New York
  • NYCSCA Design and Construction Services in Connection with Geotechnical Explorations and Special Inspections, Various Locations, New York
  • NYSOGS Geotechnical and Structural Engineering Services – Term Contract, Various Locations, New York
  • NYCHA Flood Proofing Strategy for Astoria and Smith Developments, Manhattan/Queens, New York
  • PSE&G Edison-Metuchen Subsurface Investigation, Middlesex County, New Jersey


  • Professional Engineer (NJ, NY)