Jeremy Matosky, P.E.


Chief Executive Officer

Principal Engineer 

24 Years at TCE


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B.S. Civil Engineering ‘95 University of Vermont

A.S. Civil Engineering ‘91 Springfield Technical College


Licensed Professional Engineer State of Vermont #7167

Professional Affiliations

American Society of Civil Engineers

Work History

Goldsmith, Prest & Ringwall Harvard, MA 1999

Hancock Associates Danvers, MA 1996-99

Sasaki Associates Watertown, MA 1995-96

Lamoureaux & Dickenson Essex Junction, VT 1992-1994

Volunteer Work

Catamount Outdoor Family Center, Board of Directors 2018-20

CSB Youth Hockey Assoc. Past President, Board of Directors 2008-17

Jeremy Matosky, P.E.

Jeremy manages the daily operations, administration and finances at TCE while working hard to fulfill the mission and vision of the firm and prepare a future generation of company leaders. As sole owner, he has overall responsibility for all services, staff, and projects. Jeremy enjoys working on complex projects and provides strategy, engineering design and technical expertise. He interacts with clients, regulatory agencies, provides expert testimony and often attends public hearings.

Jeremy resides in Shelburne with his amazing wife, Catherine.  He enjoys many outdoor activities including golf, mountain & fat biking, XC skiing and snowmobiling with family and friends.

With close to 30 years of construction and civil engineering experience, Jeremy has a keen eye for detail, and is adept at problem solving complex site issues and excels at critical strategic thinking. He owns multiple businesses and uses his real world experience daily to help his clients succeed.

Recent Project Experience

Costco Gas Station, Colchester, VT

Jeremy served as the Senior Engineer for this contentious project, which began as a concept in 2005 and took over 10 years of permitting and court battles with another nearby gas station owner opposing the addition of a member-only fueling facility adjacent to the Costco Wholesale Store off Lower Mountain View Drive. Jeremy provided expert testimony and served as the lead witness in the Environmental Court proceedings. The project was constructed in 2017 and finally opened in 2020 after a “reduced hours” approval was secured until VTrans intersection improvements can be made to allow the station to operate on a normal schedule and a planned warehouse expansion to be constructed.

South Forty Solar, Burlington, VT

Jeremy is the Senior Engineer for this 2.2MW solar array constructed on a 40 acre parcel off of Starr Farm Road in the North End of Burlington. This project had numerous legal, design, and environmental challenges that were overcome by Jeremy and the project Team. This array constructed in 2017, is the largest in the City of Burlington, and has a stormwater system designed to help mitigate existing downstream stormwater problems that have plagued the Appletree Bay neighborhoods and been a source of numerous legal battles. The result was clean power is being generated stormwater impacts were reduced on downstream properties.

Swenson Granite, Woodbury, VT

Jeremy is the Senior Engineer for an expansion and new access for an existing granite quarry in Woodbury, VT. The new ¼ mile access road was designed to provide safer ingress and egress for trucks to the 100+ yr. old quarry. A new gravel wetland stormwater system was designed to treat runoff.

Additional Projects & Clients

  • Jericho Market
  • Pike Industries, Various Locations
  • Equinox Resort, Manchester
  • Orvis Store, Manchester
  • Gilman Solar

Key Skills

  • Strategic & Critical Thinking
  • Expert Testimony
  • Vermont Regulations & Permitting
  • Communication
  • Problem Solving on Complex Sites