Georges Jacquemart, PE, AICP


Georges Jacquemart is a founding prinicipal of BFJ Planning and directs the firm's transportation practice. Mr. Jacquemart has over 40 years of experience in the fields of urban and transportation planning and traffic engineering. His areas of expertise include multi-modal transportation planning, transit planning, parking, integrating transportation and land-use strategies, pedestrian circulation and safety and traffic calming.  Mr. Jacquemart authored “Modern Roundabout Practice in the United States," published by the National Research Council Transportation Research Board and co-authored The Roundabout Guide, published in 2000 by the Federal Highway Administration.  He is an Adjunct Professor at the Pratt Institute and has taught and lectured at NYU, Columbia University, Princeton University and the University of Sao Paulo.

Mr. Jacquemart has a civil engineering diploma from the Federal Polytechnic Institute in Lausanne, Switzerland and  Master of Urban Planning from Stanford University. Mr. Jacquemart is a registered Professional Engineer in New York, New Jersey and Luxemborg, and is a registered Civil and Traffic Professional Engineer in California. He is also a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners.

Georges Jacquemart, PE, AICP


August Heckscher Award 2012

Georges Jacuemart is the recipient of the August Heckscher Award presented by CIVITAS, which recognizes excellence in community service.

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