Stan uses his experience in geotechnical engineering and environmental due diligence to advise clients on a variety of projects, including the design and construction of commercial developments and public transportation projects.

Key Expertise:

  • Geotechnical Engineering
  • Geotechnical In Situ Specialty Testing
  • Environmental Due Diligence
  • MCP Compliance
  • Hydrogeological Engineering & Permitting

Stan is a tireless advocate for his clients, and he enjoys the opportunity to partner with them and approach projects at a technical and strategic level. Stan is also always looking for the next opportunity where Sanborn Head can help clients achieve their project vision. He is a University of New Hampshire alumni, having earned undergraduate and graduate degrees in civil engineering.

For Stan, the best part of working for Sanborn Head is the people he gets to work with every day, from his team members to our project partners and clients. Though he feels that he could use his engineering skills anywhere, he believes there is no place like Sanborn Head and no better team to work with. Stan is inspired by the work his peers are doing, and the achievements he has made on his own, including becoming a 2018 winner of the Boston Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 award, and establishing Sanborn Head’s Boston office in 2015.

Stan is involved in a variety of professional organizations. He sits on the NAIOP Programs Committee as a Gavel Member, and is also part of the ULI NEXT Committee, REFA Membership Committee, and Building Impact Non-Gala Host Committee.

In his free time, you can find Stan coaching youth soccer and basketball for his two daughters, as well as volunteering for various functions at his church (including calling bingo on Friday nights throughout the year). He also likes to play basketball and tennis when he can, and occasionally tears up the dance floor, as he considers himself a pretty decent ballroom dancer.

Stan is a Professional Engineer in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.