Gary leans on 30 years of experience in the development and implementation of client-specific solutions – a career built on developing and executing strategic plans and integrating innovation and technology throughout the infrastructure asset life cycle, from planning and design to construction and operational management.
Gary joined LDG in 2015 and led the Geospatial team until July 2020, establishing it as an indispensable, go-to service for a range of global energy giants and public-private partnerships to major regional developers and progressive municipalities. In his role as Vice President, he is responsible for overseeing and supporting teams within the Water/Wastewater, Energy, Geospatial, Geotechnical, Environmental and Planning practice areas to enhance project delivery, manage quality, and ensure client satisfaction.
Gary received an Associates of Science in Specialized Technology from Pittsburgh Technical College and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Robert Morris University, and is a certified Geographic Information Systems Professional. In addition, he has served as an Industry Advisor for Carnegie Mellon University’s Aerial Robotic Infrastructure Analyst (ARIA) program and is an active member of Pittsburgh Technical College and Beaver County Career and Technology Center Advisory Boards. Gary is a member of the Society of Military Engineers, the Geospatial Information & Technology Association and The Pennsylvania Mapping and Geographic Information Consortium (PAMAGIC).