Erik joined EV in 2006 and has spent his professional career in consulting engineering since 1988. He graduated from Norwich University with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.
He is a Designer of Subsurface Disposal Systems, and is licensed as a Class II Water System Operator, and as a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control.
Some of Erik’s projects include the Dartmouth College Burke Hall & Power/Heating Plant infrastructure projects in Hanover, New Hampshire, the Medical Office Building for North Country Hospital in Newport, Vermont, the Ellis Block project in Springfield, which provided 9 units of affordable housing and commercial space in an historic building that was restored after a fire, the Upper Valley Haven in Hartford, Vermont, a homeless shelter and community food shelf facility, and the three elementary school renovation projects in Springfield, VT.
Erik is the Designated Operator in Charge for the King Arthur Flour Company potable water system in Norwich, Vermont.
Why did you choose EV?
The other option offered by the Judge was prison.
What gives you the most satisfaction in your work?
When a client recognizes the skill and effort involved in completing their project.
If you were deserted on an island, what one thing would you want to have with you?
What is your proudest accomplishment to date?
Having return clients that date back 25+ years.
How does engineering make a difference in the world?
Engineering is the process of turning dreams into reality.