MICHAEL SCOTT, PE
Associate

Professional Registration:
Civil Engineer: Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont, South Carolina

Education:
University of Massachusetts at Amherst - Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

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Mike has over twenty years of experience as a civil engineer, working in southern New England and Nevada.  At Waterman Design Associates he has been involved in business development and all aspects of project design and project management.  Mike typically provides technical insight at the preliminary planning stage of a project and becomes more involved through design and into construction inspection and project close out.  Having been involved with projects in dozens of Massachusetts communities, Mike has established a highly successful track record of obtaining permits by garnering all parties support during the conceptual and design development phases and an attention to detail in final design.

Mike’s is presently working with a broad spectrum of clients from multi-national corporations to local developers to single-family home owners.  At the moment Mike is overseeing the design of a sixteen unit Transit-Oriented Village for a long tenured client, as well as two large scale ground mounted solar projects, a one-hundred bed substance abuse treatment facility, a Dunkin’ Donuts and three new Colonial Automotive car dealerships.  Recently several of the projects with which Mike was involved were completed and opened for business including a Taco Bell restaurant, a St. Mary’s Credit Union branch, a tennis club and two large scale ground mounted solar arrays.  Mike typically supports his projects through construction by performing site inspections, shop drawing reviews, contractor coordination and value engineering.  In addition to his design work for private clients, Mike has served as both a design and peer review consultant for several towns in Central Massachusetts.

 Prior to joining WDA, Mike spent six years with the Nevada Department of Transportation where his primary assignment was the Lake Tahoe Basin.  While in Nevada, he was involved in design of new drainage and water quality projects as well as project management and review of consultant designs for the Department.

 When not at WDA, Mike enjoys trying to keep up with his three kids, cycling through the Wachusett region and skiing when the weather cooperates.


Affiliations:
Holden Conservation Commission - Member