Craig M. Lynch is a Professional Engineer and DNREC Sediment and Stormwater Management Certified Construction Reviewer (CCR). He has worked as a civil project engineer for Landmark since early 2020. Prior to joining Landmark, Craig was a plan reviewer for New Castle County Department of Land Use where he reviewed 231 Land Development Applications over a five-year period. 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 has a Bachelor of Civil Engineering (BCE) degree with a concentration in Environmental Engineering from Michigan State University (2010).
Craig applies civil and water resources engineering, site design, and construction review experience to commercial, industrial and residential development projects, while specializing in stormwater runoff conveyance, stormwater management facility design, erosion and sediment control, and floodplain delineation studies.
Examples of his public and private projects include the new Crystal Run Elementary School at Summit Campus near Middletown, First State National Historical Park’s John Dickinson Plantation Visitors’ Center and walking trail to St. Jones Reserve, Food Bank of Delaware’s warehouse expansion, and Siemens’ innovative channel restoration and stabilization project to remove erosion and sediment from entering Sunset Lake at three stormwater outfalls.
Growing up in Northern Michigan – “one of the most beautiful places in the world” – Craig always wanted to work with water and preserving it and, thus, earned his degree with the “goal of remediating water pollution.” He chose to come work at Landmark “because of the high-quality of the engineers and staff and the opportunity to grow personally and professionally.” He and his wife, Ashley, an RN, and two sons reside in north Wilmington. In his spare time, Craig enjoys golfing.