Project Engineer

Name : Stephen M. Knight
Industry Type : Engineers
City & State : Dillsburg,PA
Job Title Project Engineer
Relocation Preferences : Continental USA
Objective : Seeking a Design Engineer position with opportunities to expand the hydrologic and hydraulic design
and modeling capabilities of a growing civil engineering firm.
Resume :  
Stephen Mark Knight

32 Dogwood Lane
Dillsburg, PA 17019
717-432-3698
sknight701[at]gmail.com

Objective
Seeking a Design Engineer position with opportunities to expand the hydrologic and hydraulic design
and modeling capabilities of a growing civil engineering firm.

Career Summary
Completed over 50 land development plans.
Conducted approximately 40 hydrologic and hydraulic stream models.
Designed over 75 stormwater management and erosion control systems.
Developed drought resistant wetland design for stormwater quality control.
Completed various NPDES and CLOMR application packages.
Project manager for all projects of major supermarket chain.
Wrote proposals and construction specifications for numerous clients.
Mentored 4 college and high school cooperative education interns.
Created archiving system for technical engineering records.

Professional Certifications
Engineer in Training, Maine Certificate No. 2818
MD Certificate of Responsible Person in E&S Control No. 12656
Professional Environmental Auditor, NASHP No. 1000849058
PA Underground Manufactured Tank Removal Certification No. 4997

Computer Expertise
Experienced in the use of the following hydrologic and hydraulic software:
AutoCAD LDDHydraFlow HydrographsHY-8PeakFQ
HydroCADHydraFlow StormSewerStreamStatsHYSEP
HEC-RASHEC-HMSVT-PSUHMHEC-1
Check-RASWin-TR55TR-20HEC-2

Work Experience
2008 - 2010Project Designer, Mackin Engineering Company, Pittsburgh, PA
Conducted 15 hydrologic and hydraulic stream models in support of bridge designs.
Completed erosion and sediment control plans for bridge replacement projects.

2000 2008Project Engineer, Evans Engineering Inc., Harrisburg, PA
Completed land development, stormwater management, and erosion and sediment control design for over 30 sites, including PA Act 167 and NPDES compliance.
Provided necessary permit applications, public presentations, and development of construction specifications for land development.
Completed hydrologic and hydraulic stream models of 10 watersheds.
Generated 5 CLOMR applications based on stream hydraulic analyses.
Designed combined detention basin / drought resistant engineered wetland.
Mentor of 4 college and high school interns.
Supervised junior engineers and draftsmen during land development plan preparation.

2000Design Engineer in Training, Whitney, Bailey, Cox, & Magnani, LLP., Towson, MD
Provided stormwater hydrology, sanitary flow, and water supply calculations for several residential subdivisions in PA and MD.
Conducted dam breach analysis and danger reach mapping of 3 dams under normal and PMF conditions. Developed the Emergency Action Plan for one dam.
Devised remedial design for a privately owned dam, including a baffled chute primary spillway and articulating concrete block mat revetment.

1999Project Engineer, Morris & Ritchie Associates, Inc., Towson, MD
Provided stormwater management designs for several subdivisions.
Created a calibrated hydraulic model of the Whitemarsh Run watershed.
Completed hydraulic models of various stream channels.

1989 1998Project Scientist, R.E. Wright Environmental, Inc. (an SAIC Company), Middletown, PA
Provided environmental review of 80 subdivisions for one township in PA.
Developed and executed RCRA Facility Investigation Work Plans for industrial clients.
Completed over 100 Phase I Environmental Site Assessments nationwide which met or exceeded ASTM E-1527. Completed numerous Phase II Assessments.
Designed the leachate collection and surface water drainage systems for the first hazardous waste landfill in PA. Supervised construction for quality assurance.
Devised six vapor trap devices to prevent airflow and allow extraction of gasoline vapors from a storm sewer line located in a schoolyard.
Provided seven karst aquifer dye trace studies to determine groundwater discharge points for industrial clients and the PA Department of Environmental Protection.

1987 1989Hydrologist, US Environmental Protection Agency, Region II, New York, NY
Developed and reviewed hazardous waste treatment, storage, and disposal facility engineering designs and permits under RCRA.

1987Hydrologic Technician, USDA Forest Service, Tongass National Forest, Sitka, AK
Conducted stream channel geomorphology and riparian zone plant surveys.

Education
M.S. in Forest Engineering, Hydrology with Water Resources minor, Oregon State University, Corvallis,
Oregon.

B.S. in Forest Engineering with Mathematics minor, University of Maine, Orono, ME.

Additional Training
Confined Space Entry Training, R.E. Wright Environmental Inc., Middletown, PA
Field Applications of Health and Safety for Managers and Supervisors, R.E. Wright Environmental Inc.,
Middletown, PA
IRIS Groundwater Hydrology Course, Wright State University, Dayton, OH
Karst Hydrology, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY
Hazardous Materials Incident Response Operations, U.S. EPA, New York, NY
OSHA 1910.120 HAZWOPER

Community Activities
Eagle Scout, Troop 701, Minuteman Council, BSA
Scoutmaster, Troop 180, Keystone Area Council, BSA
Asst Scoutmaster, Troop 38, York Adams Area Council, BSA
Board of Trustees, Calvary United Methodist Church, Dillsburg, PA

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