Mark has over 39 years of diversified civil and environmental engineering experience. He’s certified in professional erosion and sediment control, and he belongs to a number of professional associations including ACEC/MA, where, starting this year, Mark will be serving as president until June 30, 2017. On the job, Mark has two priorities: get the work and do the work correctly.
He’s particularly proud of a project he completed in Easton, Massachusetts—engineer of record for Queset Commons, a ten-building campus that provided 280 new housing units and 100,000 square feet of commercial space, designed and permitted according to Smart Growth principles. The result included a membrane bioreactor wastewater treatment plant, substantial underground parking, and total integration of landscaping with low impact development. It also required significant community and stakeholder collaboration and preserved about 25% of open space.
Mark prefers projects in two areas: site development and redevelopment and low impact development/green infrastructure retrofit projects. He’s a piano player, a golfer, a traveler, and runner who enjoys audio books and listening to good music.