SKELLY AND LOY HIRES REGIONAL DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
On: February 4, 2016 Filed Under: Member News
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – January 4, 2016- Skelly and Loy recently hired Mark T. Pitterle, Ph.D., P.E., as Regional Director of Business Development for its Pittsburgh office location. In addition to new client and project development for all Skelly and Loy services, Dr. Pitterle also provides management and technical review of engineering projects.
Dr. Pitterle’s project focus is with rural water and wastewater services, green stormwater infrastructure, acid mine drainage treatment, and sustainability/life cycle assessment. His past experience includes water, wastewater, sustainability assessments, energy/water efficiency, remediation, solid waste, and renewable energy projects.
Dr. Pitterle earned a Doctor of Philosophy, Civil Engineering, from the University of Colorado Denver; a Master of Science degree in Environmental Engineering: Water & Wastewater Track from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; and, a Bachelor of Science degree in Earth Science with Minors in Geology and Geography from The Pennsylvania State University. He is a registered Professional Engineer in Virginia and a Board Member for International Centers for Appropriate Technology and Indigenous Sustainability (iCATIS).
“Mark’s entrepreneurial spirit and strong business management acumen is a great asset to our firm,” remarked Gerry Longenecker, P.E., Executive Vice President of Engineering. “With Mark’s direction, we look forward to broadening our client base and increasing our market share in the greater Pittsburgh area and beyond.”
Now in its 47th year, SKELLY AND LOY is an 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.