Chuck Olivo

Chuck Olivo

Chuck Olivo brings over 36 years of engineering planning, design, and construction observation expertise to land development projects. He specializes in making sure drawings meet federal, state, and local codes; his experience covers projects such as site/civil design/analysis; drainage analysis /design; roadway improvement plans construction plans.

He is currently working to restore Rutherford’s historic Newman Theater and has secured a grant from the Borough to help finance this effort.

Early Life and Education

Chuck Olivo was born in Long Island, New York to Ramon and Renee Olivo and attended Cortland University to major in geology with a minor in biology before earning national recognition three times as well as winning the SUNYAC title three times during that time. While at Cortland he earned all-school and SUNY Cortand pool championship titles; three national recognition awards from pool championship events; national Delta Kappa Beta fraternity house membership and Geology Club President status while setting all school and college pool records both boards simultaneously — setting all-school and college pool records while winning over 90 dual meet, invitational, or conference competitions during that time period alone!

Olivo founded Stonefield Engineering and Design in January 2010. His company provides engineering and design services such as site/civil design, traffic signal design, roadway improvement construction plans, expert testimony services, GIS mapping and land use/urban planning.

Professional Career

Olivo is a multi-talented star who excels in singing, acting, and philanthropy. She takes great pleasure in giving back to her community and finding ways to make the world a better place.

She first appeared on Broadway in 2008’s revival of In the Heights, garnering critical acclaim and winning a Tony Award for her portrayal of Anita from West Side Story. Two years later, she made her Chicago Hamilton premiere as Angelica Schuyler.

In 2014, she made her Off-Broadway debut in Lynn Nottage’s play By the Way, Meet Vera Stark. Additionally, she appeared as Giada Cabrini – Will Gardner (Johnny Lee Miller)’s love interest – on NBC’s Harry’s Law for its second season and her television credits include roles on The Good Wife and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.

Personal Life

Olivo has appeared in multiple movies such as Adrift in Manhattan, Make Yourself at Home, Shanghai Hotel and The Orphan Killer. Additionally, she has made several guest appearances in television shows like Harry’s Law on NBC and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in which she played Giada Cabrini; in Harry’s Law she was a series regular. Additionally she made several guest appearances as Yelina Munoz on Law & Order: SVU spinoff series.

In 2014, she participated in Lynn Nottage’s play By the Way, Meet Vera Stark at Off-Broadway’s Second Stage Theatre and in 2017 made her Netflix series Birds of Prey debut as S.W.A.T Captain Sylvia Henriquez to save the world from an outbreak.

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