Mark is a geotechnical engineer who applies his technical knowledge and experience to help clients achieve their development goals.
- Geotechnical Engineering
- Construction Quality Assurance
- Hydrogeological Engineering & Permitting
- Site Characterization for Wastewater Disposal and Stormwater Management
- MCP Compliance
Mark is responsible for conducting geotechnical engineering analyses, design recommendations, drawings, specifications, and day to day project management. He builds on his extensive field experience, including subsurface explorations construction observation/quality control, and setup and management of construction instrumentation programs to enhance his management of projects on behalf of clients. Mark’s work experience has included the design and construction oversight of shallow and deep foundations; support of excavation (SOE) systems; ground improvement methods; soil pre-characterization and disposal; and regulatory compliance under the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP). Mark has also applied his hydrogeological experience to design and implement innovative solutions to complex stormwater and wastewater management systems. Mark has a bachelor’s degree in civil and environmental engineering and a master’s degree in the same discipline, with a focus in geotechnical engineering, from UMass Amherst. Mark is a committee chair of the Boston Society of Civil Engineers Younger Member Group and a member of NAIOP.
Mark thinks the best part about working at Sanborn Head is the people and culture that define us as a firm. He enjoys working with the top-notch engineers and scientists who are just great people to work and hang out with.
In his free time, Mark likes to travel, camp, hike, play sports such as tennis, basketball and softball (there is a Boston Sanborn Head team!), and spend time near the water. He enjoys board games like Settlers of Catan and riding his bike. He also likes to cook a variety of cuisines on the weekends, and he is a big fan of grilling season!
Mark is a Professional Engineer in Massachusetts.