John B. Gonzalez is a registered professional engineer in the state of Maryland and is a Certified Professional in Storm Water Quality (CPSWQ). He is an associate with Landmark and manages a branch office in Aberdeen, Maryland. Mr. Gonzalez has over 33 years of experience working on various types of civil engineering projects, including residential, commercial, municipal, institutional, and industrial projects. While working on these projects, he works closely with clients including architects, private developers, institutional, municipal agencies (Parks and Recreation and Capital Projects departments), as well as individual homeowners and small business owners. Mr. Gonzalez take pride in being a staunch advocate for his clients’ development rights, and places a premium value on client and customer service while maintaining high regard for professional ethical standards of representing the interest of the public as a whole.
Mr. Gonzalez has work experience on projects in at least ten counties in Maryland, including, Cecil, Harford, Queen Anne’s, Kent, Baltimore, and Carroll counties. He has also worked in the incorporated towns of Perryville, Elkton, Port Deposit, North East, Bel Air, and Saint Michaels, and the cities of Aberdeen and Havre de Grace. In addition, Mr. Gonzalez has worked on projects which required reviews by the Chesapeake Bay Critical Area Commission, the Maryland Department of the Environment, and the Maryland State Highway Administration. Working in these jurisdictions and governmental agencies has imbibed Mr. Gonzalez’s technical and professional knowledge with experiences that broaden his design capabilities which makes him a valuable resource from which cost-effective and creative solutions can be applied to projects.
Mr. Gonzalez graduated from the Texas Tech University College of Engineering with a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Technology, with a focus on Construction. He also attended law school at the Texas Tech University School of Law as he pursued a JD degree. He is a graduate of the Cecil County Watershed Stewards Academy and is certified as a Master Watershed Steward, and is Maryland Department of the Environment Green Card certified. Mr. Gonzalez serves as Maryland state representative with the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the International Erosion Control Association. Mr. Gonzalez represents the firm as a Director for the Cecil County Chamber of Commerce and member of the Government Affairs Committee, a Director for the City of Aberdeen Chamber of Commerce, and a member of the Harford County Chamber of Commerce, the Route 40 Business Alliance, and the Cecil County Business Education Partnership Advisory Council. Mr. Gonzalez resides in Cecil County, Maryland.