Skelly and Loy Promotes Michael E. Lower, P.E.,

Posted On On: September 22, 2016 Categories Filed Under: Member News

HARRISBURG, PA – September 7, 2016 – Michael E. Lower, P.E., was promoted to Assistant Vice President of Engineering at Skelly and Loy, Inc. In his new role, Mr. Lower will be responsible for overseeing and directing a broad range of engineering design projects related to stormwater management, stream restoration, dam safety and rehabilitation, erosion and sediment control, and various hydrologic and hydraulic modeling study applications including bridge replacements, flood plain analysis, and stormwater runoff planning studies.


Michael E. Lower

Mr. Lower has 20 years of progressively responsible experience with the majority being in the broad field of water resources engineering, including field data reconnaissance activities, design calculations, engineering design reports, and construction drawings and specifications. He is versed in water supply and treatment, industrial and sanitary wastewater treatment, wash-water reuse, and infrastructure improvements, and has provided construction oversight on many of the projects that he has designed. Mr. Lower earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University, and is a registered Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania and Maryland.

“Mike has certainly displayed an extremely high level of competence in his engineering design projects and has consistently shown the ability to meet our high quality standards while keeping a sharp eye on project budgets and client expectations,” remarked Gerald W. Longenecker, P.E., Executive Vice President of Engineering.“ We are happy to be able to recognize both his strong work ethic and his dedication to these ideals with this promotion.”

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.