Mark’s more than 20 years’ experience as a geotechnical and civil engineer encompasses a wide spectrum of infrastructure, including transportation, power, dams and levees, abandoned mine lands, and landfills. He currently serves as the geotechnical lead for the Ohio River Bridges project, one of the nation’s largest transportation projects.
Mark is also an active leader in both the engineering and local communities. He serves as secretary of the American Council of Engineering Companies/Kentucky and serves on many committees of the Kentucky Society of Professional Engineers. He also volunteers on local boards and leads children’s rodeo groups. Mark, his wife and two children are avid participants in rodeos and have traveled the country participating in team roping, calf roping, bronc riding, barrel racing, and goat tying.