Martin Downs Jr.

Martin Downs Jr., P.E. | Vice President

Martin Downs Jr., P.E., Vice President

Martin Downs, Jr. serves as vice president of J. Fletcher Creamer & Son, Inc. In this capacity he is responsible for the execution of all projects constructed out of the Hackensack office.

Martin joined Creamer in 2002 directly from Stevens Institute of Technology as an intern. Over the past 16 years, Martin has progressed within the company holding positions as project engineer, project manager and business manager. His experience with Creamer has been diverse spanning multiple lines of business ranging from roads and bridges and pump stations to underground utilities, guide rail, signs, and substations.

Martin holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering and Master of Science in Construction Management from Stevens Institute of Technology. He also holds Executive Education degrees from the Harvard Business School and the University of St. Thomas. Martin is also a licensed Professional Engineer in the State of New Jersey.

Some notable projects Martin supported were the Bergen-Linden Corridor 345Kv Horizontal Directional Drill Project, Bergen-Linden Corridor 345Kv Cross-Linked Polyethylene Circuit Installation Project, Route 3 at the Passaic River Crossing and New Durham Pump Station Upgrades Project.

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As we all cope with the Coronavirus Pandemic, the leadership of J. Fletcher Creamer & Son, Inc. continues to focus on the safety and well-being of our employees, clients and communities. We are taking all precautions to reduce the risk of exposure and to promote social distancing as we closely follow the latest developments and recommendations from the CDC, local, state and federal governments. Our teams are working to safely navigate through this challenge together and we will continue to communicate and support our clients as they try to serve their customers.

We hope that you and your families stay safe.

Joseph T. Walsh
Chief Operating Officer and President
3/17/2020