Landmark Science & Engineering is pleased to announce that Craig M. Lynch, a civil engineer at the civil/site engineering and environmental sciences consulting firm, has been approved by DAPE as a Professional Engineer in Delaware.
Craig M. Lynch, P.E. earned a Bachelor of Civil Engineering with a concentration in Environmental Engineering at Michigan State University in 2010. Because of his appreciation for the beauty of the lakes in the region, an interest in water preservation resulted in the goal of remediating water pollution. Prior to joining Landmark last March, Craig worked as a plan reviewer for New Castle County Department of Land Use. During his five years with the County, he was assigned to review 231 Land Development Applications involving many notable projects, including Landmark’s Avenue North mixed-use redevelopment, where he identified severe erosion that required complex channel restoration. He gained valuable insight into the land development plan review and approval process and continues to draw upon that experience in his current role as a project engineer.
Craig applies civil engineering, site design and construction review experience to the commercial, industrial and residential development projects on which he works, while specializing in stormwater runoff conveyance, stormwater management facility design, erosion and sediment control, and floodplain delineation studies. He is a DNREC-certified Sediment and Stormwater Management Certified Construction Reviewer with expertise inspecting erosion and sediment control practices and reviewing stormwater management plans. Due to his proficiency in New Castle County Drainage Code and the Delaware Sediment and Stormwater Regulations, he was selected in 2018 to serve on the Standard Plan Regulatory Technical Advisory Subcommittee.
Principal and EVP Keith A. Rudy, P.E., LEED AP, who supervises Craig’s work, says “it is so satisfying to see a serious young professional, such as Craig Lynch, advance to the next stage in his career as a Professional Engineer. We look forward to him playing an increasingly key role in the future of the company.”
Landmark Science & Engineering is an award-winning consulting firm, started almost 34 years ago in 1987 as Landmark Engineering, Inc. The firm is one of the regions’ largest and most diverse, integrated civil engineering and environmental science consulting firms, providing professional services across the disciplines of site/civil, water resources and environmental engineering and sciences, and land surveying. The environmental sciences include ecological (wetlands, forest, habitat) and site remediation/brownfields. The firm of 30 serves clients in the DE, MD, and PA region from its headquarters in Newark, Delaware and branch office in Aberdeen, Maryland.