Michael Waldron has more than 23 years experience in all aspects of site design and municipal engineering. His experience includes the preparation of plans and specifications for roadway and utility improvement projects along with the preparation of subdivision and land development plans for governmental, industrial, institutional, commercial and residential projects. He has prepared MS4 stormwater management plans and pollutant reduction plans for approval by PADEP. In addition, his expertise includes the deign of on-lot sewage disposal systems requiring permitting and approvals at the local and state levels.
Michael has been responsible for the full range of site/civil design work on both public and private sector projects including construction administration and inspection. He regularly represents clients at local planning commission meetings, council and supervisor meetings, and zoning hearing board meetings. His has also had training in PADEP Stormwater Best Management Practices.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Widener University in Chester and is a Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He is also a Certified Sewage Enforcement Officer in Pennsylvania and a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, National Society of Professional Engineers, Engineers Without Borders and Order of the Engineer.
In his spare time, Michael spends time with his three daughters at dance practices and competitions, where he helps back stage with assembling props and provided makeup and emergency costume repairs. He and his wife, Lenore, live in Emmaus with their children and three dogs.