David obtained a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Lawrence Technological
University with professional licensure in Michigan, North Carolina, Virginia, and Texas. David is
a project manager in municipal engineering services and private land development. With more
than three decades of experience, he has extensive experience in stormwater, water distribution, and
wastewater collection systems. David has led the design and construction efforts for several
local units of government in a variety of projects throughout Michigan and North Carolina.
As Project Manager for the Municipal Engineering Services Group, David is responsible for
project and staff management on water/wastewater and water resources projects including
detailed drainage studies, watershed master plans, design of sanitary and storm sewer
collection systems, design of water distribution systems and facilities, and natural stream
channel design. He has also managed projects utilizing Green Infrastructure and Low Impact
Development (LID) techniques, including bio-swales, and bio-engineered detention facilities.
David has also managed several large-scale private land development projects in Michigan and
North Carolina including multi-use residential developments, industrial subdivisions, commercial
and industrial buildings, golf course facilities, and large scale computer data centers.
In his spare David enjoys spending time with his wife, vacationing at the family cottage in
northern Michigan, golfing, hunting, and fishing.