Steve D. Lowden, PE has been named geotechnical lead for the Larson Design Group’s Energy Division. He will work in the company’s Wexford office.
Lowden is a registered professional civil engineer and has over 25 years of experience as a geotechnical engineer, project manager, department manager, and director of geotechnical services. His design experience includes subsurface investigations, embankment and slope design, deep foundation design, spread foundation design, stabilization and remediation of failed slopes, deep mine stabilization, rockfall fence design, retaining wall design, and reinforced earth slope design.
“I was drawn to LDG’s unique culture and the values that are apparent in how they conduct business every day. I am excited to assist in the organization’s continued growth in the region and as an emerging national firm,” said Lowden.
He earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University.
“Steve will be instrumental in expanding our services in all areas of geotechnical engineering throughout the region,” said Christopher Bostaph, vice president of energy for Larson Design Group.
Steve is active in his community; he has been involved with the Boy Scouts of America since 1998 and continues to be involved as a Scoutmaster. He is a member of several professional organizations including as the American Society of Civil Engineers’ Geo-Institute and the American Society of Highway Engineers.
Larson Design Group is a growing, employee-owned architecture and survey firm that teams with clients to provide responsive, innovative solutions to facility, transportation, land development, and environmental needs.