LDG’s Gregory Completes 2018 ‘Leadership Lycoming’

Coleman Gregory is pictured in the bottom row, far right.

Coleman C. Gregory, P.E., a site engineer and co-office leader of the Williamsport office of Larson Design Group, recently graduated from the 2018 Leadership Lycoming program among a group from a broad range of geographical, institutional and economic backgrounds.

Founded in 1988 by the Williamsport/Lycoming Chamber of Commerce, the multi-disciplinary initiative develops a strong network of diverse leaders to serve the region’s current and future civic needs. The program helps educate leaders on the importance of creativity and understanding in envisioning the future and serving as catalysts for change using their unique sets of talents and skills.

“In our work to help clients analyze and prepare land for development, often in challenging landscapes or difficult circumstances, imaginative thinking and strong relationships are critical to propelling our projects forward,” said Brad Aurand, P.E., director of LDG’s Site Department. “Coleman’s exposure to such a broad base of community leaders and concepts have elevated his knowledge and judgment, making him even more valuable to our clients.”

Gregory is the 16th LDG employee to complete Leadership Lycoming. His civil engineering experience focuses on commercial and industrial land development, ranging from master planning, highway occupancy and permitting to stormwater, sewage, erosion and sedimentation. He received his bachelor of science in civil engineering in 2011 from The Pennsylvania State University.

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