Gregory Cummings, P.E., has been appointed firmwide director of water/wastewater engineering services for Larson Design Group, a nationally emerging architecture, engineering and survey firm with offices in four states. Cummings also leads the operations of the firm’s multi-disciplinary office in Corning.
With 19 years of water and wastewater experience, Cummings serves scores of municipal clients in the Corning-Apalachin corridor and north-central Pennsylvania. He focuses on new and improved facilities for inflow and infiltration issues including pumps, water mains, sewers, wells and effluent treatment. He also has carved a niche for helping municipal clients find sources of financing for their unfunded projects.
Under his guidance, LDG’s Corning office on West Market Street also provides site/civil engineering and geospatial services to a variety of municipalities and businesses throughout the southern tier of New York.
“Greg has a proven track record of leadership and for providing excellent water-related services for our clients,” said Ronald Schirato, LDG vice president of civil engineering. “He’s the right person to help grow our services across the firm’s footprint regions.”
He received his bachelor of science in civil engineering in 1998 from Pennsylvania State University.