Russell Stoll is a Licensed Professional Engineer and currently serves as Chief Operating Officer of the Erie County Water Authority. Mr. Stoll has more than 30 years of broad and varied engineering experience, including management of design and construction phase projects for multi-phase, multi-discipline and multi-consultant public and private sector infrastructure and building projects.
Mr. Stoll previously served the Authority as a Distribution Engineer and Municipal Liaison, responsible for coordinating design and construction of water main replacement/capital improvement projects and water main extensions in towns and villages throughout the Authority’s service area.
Prior to joining the Authority, Mr. Stoll held several project manager/project engineer and consulting positions. He also served as Director of Engineering at the NFTA. His responsibilities have included overall project quality, budget and scheduling. He has managed project design and construction team professionals, and teams of consultants and sub consultants.
Mr. Stoll is a board member of the Cross Connection Control Foundation of the Niagara Frontier, a member of the American Water Works Association and the New York Section of the American Water Works Association’s Water Utility Council. He is an adjunct faculty member at Erie Community College Construction Management/Civil Technology Departments. Mr. Stoll has a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the State University of New York at Buffalo.