"As engineers, we are tasked with solving the everyday challenges that face our community. Given our unique skill set in science, mathematics, and problem-solving, we are able to overcome these challenges and deliver optimal solutions. As engineers, I believe we have one core mission – to better the lives of those around us."
- Vincent Esposito, P.E.
“The opportunity to work with a team of diverse professional disciplines – landscape architects, ecologists, hydrogeologists, and soil scientists – on redevelopment projects that integrate restorative green infrastructure practices. These projects provide unique opportunities to exponentially increase the triple bottom line of people, planet, and profit.”
- Greg Glitzer, P.E.
"My favorite thing about being an engineer is having the opportunity to make a real positive impact on my local environment and public health. By having a hand in properly designing and constructing a sanitary treatment facility, erosion and sediment control plan, potable water tower, stormwater basin, etc., I feel good knowing I am helping keep our local streams and drinking water clean and safe."
- Tyler Evans, P.E.
"For me, nothing beats walking around in a built environment created by a design and construction team I worked with, and experiencing the three dimensional aspects of the project. It is a rewarding feeling to watch others have positive interactions with our designs, creating a legacy that lives on long after our passing."
- Chris Burkett, P.E., R.L.A., P.P.
"Engineers are typically considered problem solvers. Although that is true, I like to think that we are community ambassadors that go beyond just providing a solution to an existing problem. We have to account for the various facets of a project setting such as environmental features, pedestrian accommodations, and the long-term goals of our clients so that we can make recommendations that serve not only the client, but also the surrounding communities and its residents."
- Kristin Norwood, P.E.
"When I get asked this question, my knee-jerk answer is that 'I move dirt and water'. The longer version of that is . . . Site Design is like working on a puzzle where the property boundary is the frame, and you get to move the pieces around to get everything to fit inside."
- Sharon Dotts, P.E., CPESC