Posted On On: May 19, 2015 Categories Filed Under: Member News

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – May 15, 2015 – Skelly and Loy is pleased to report that Christina Casole, a water resources engineer, has joined the ranks in its Hunt Valley, Maryland, office.


Ms. Casole is water resources engineer with more than 12 years of experience, specializing in stream restoration, watershed assessment, stormwater management, floodplain analysis, and erosion and sediment control design. She provides clients throughout the state of Maryland with innovative designs that exceed project goals while maintaining schedule. Ms. Casole holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University and is working toward a Master of Science degree in Environmental Science and Engineering at The Johns Hopkins University She is a Registered Professional Engineer in Maryland.

Skelly and Loy’s newest office is located at Suite 706 of Executive Plaza II at 11350 McCormick Road, just off the Shawan Road exit of I83.The firm recently opened the office to better meet the needs of existing clients, including the Maryland State Highway Association and several county governments, and to expand its reach to serve a wider range of clients in the Maryland- DC-Virginia-Delaware area.

“Having Christina onboard is integral to meeting Beltway client needs as she has significant experience in delivering engineering services to this market. With the addition of clients and projects will bring the addition of more staff in Skelly and Loy’s Hunt Valley office,” remarked John W. Gunnett, Skelly and Loy President and Chief Operating Officer.

Now in its 46th year, SKELLY AND LOY is a woman-owned engineering-environmental consulting firm serving public and private sector clients from six Mid-Atlantic offices. Our services include civil, environmental, and mining engineering and permitting activities; National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance studies; natural resource management and protection; hazardous waste and industrial hygiene studies and remediation planning; and cultural resource studies and documentation.