ENR Names Patrick Farnham one of its National Top 20 Under 40 Winnersby: Nicole Veenstra
ENR recognized Patrick Farnham as one of its 2023 National Top 20 Under 40 winners, selected out of nearly 600 regional entries across all 50 states. This award comes after Farnham was named a Top Young Professional by ENR New York during the regional competition. These annual awards programs honor young leaders in the AEC industry who exhibit a commitment to career advancement and supporting their communities.
Farnham is a Senior Project Manager in Langan’s New York City office with extensive experience in site investigation, remediation, due diligence, and redevelopment work. He works closely with city and state agencies, managing projects involved in the Brownfield Cleanup Program, Voluntary Cleanup Program, and more across all five boroughs. Throughout his 11-year career, Farnham has played an integral role in some of New York City’s most challenging projects, including Hudson Yards, Columbia University’s Manhattanville Campus, the 2nd Avenue Subway expansion, and multiple developments along the Gowanus Canal.
Additionally, Farnham is deeply committed to giving back to underserved communities around the world. While studying at Cornell University, he worked on the AguaClara project team to design and build water treatment plants in Honduras. Since joining Langan, Farnham has worked as a liaison with Engineers Without Borders, serving as Vice President of the New York Chapter from 2014-2017 and coordinating multiple projects in Kenya, El Salvador, and Rwanda. He continues to advise the New York Chapter’s executive board and currently serves as the Responsible Engineer in Charge of a water project in Kibingo, Rwanda.