Steven Engler, P.E.- A registered civil engineer in Massachusetts, Steve has designed and managed a variety of project types including office, research and development, retail, and institutional. He has over 14 years of experience in project management, stormwater system design and analysis, water system design, and technical specifications. The Edward M. Kennedy Institute, Franklin Park Zoo, Bose Corporation, and several other commercial and residential developments are among Steve’s work in Massachusetts.
Steve has recently worked on several Sasaki projects in China where construction cranes are everywhere and projects move at an amazing pace. While it’s interesting to witness the rapid progress of international developments, Steve enjoys working on the Dudley Municipal Center because it’s close to home. “I appreciate the opportunity to get to know this community more intimately. It’s rewarding when someone stops me as I’m walking around the project site to ask what’s being built there and then gives a nod of approval when I tell them,” says Steve.
Steve’s recent work incorporates low impact development techniques and stormwater management best practices, including rainwater recovery and subsurface infiltration systems. He is the chair of the Watertown Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee and is a member of both the American and Boston Societies of Civil Engineers.
As part of our “Meet the Team” series, we will periodically feature a different member of our construction team.