Delaware Engineering, D.P.C. is different from other professional engineering firms. Our deep respect for our clients, community, and colleagues sets us apart.
Our clients are predominantly municipal entities with selected industry in our portfolio as well. We understand that municipal leaders come to government from all walks of life and bring unique perspectives, knowledge and experience that are to be respected and engaged in the process of governing. The functions of government are complex and it is our role to provide facts and guidance to municipal decision-makers to ensure that the best interests of the public are achieved. With respect to industry, we are keenly aware that infrastructure and regulatory compliance are non-core functions that in some cases distract from operating a successful, profitable business. Our role is to handle non-core infrastructure and regulatory functions so that business leaders can focus on core functions.
Our community is as broad as the locations in which we work. From our offices in Albany and Oneonta, our geography spans from New York’s Capital District throughout the upper and lower Hudson River Valley through the Adirondack and North County Region to the Metropolitan Suburban Region north of New York City through the Catskill Region to the State’s Southern Tier. Wherever we are engaged with municipalities or industry, we are engaged with community. We respect the unique character and nature of each community in developing customized solutions to water, wastewater, stormwater, municipal buildings, special projects and economic development challenges. Because we take the time to get to know each community personally, we treat each person and each project with a commitment and passion as though it is our own home town.
Our colleagues are the engine that drives our business. Our professional and technical staff of more than 60 engineers, scientists, planners and technicians are each responsible for the well-being of our clients, our communities, and each other. By encouraging personal connection and responsibility between our staff and their project work, clients benefit from the sincere dedication of our staff to a project’s success. Since the founding of the company in New York’s Delaware River Watershed in 1987, our colleagues continue to be driven by an intense desire to improve the world through everyday successes.
Delaware Engineering, D.P.C. is different from other professional engineering firms in our achievements in supporting communities and industry through access to grants and low cost financing and our community service contributions which we see as a small way to pay our accomplishments forward.
We welcome opportunities to explore new relationships with clients, communities, and colleagues.
With a background in the fields of environmental science and infrastructure spanning 30 years, John focuses his efforts on the day to day operations of the businesses as well as cultivating our expanding base of projects and associates. His commitment to the people that represent our clients is witnessed in the long-standing personal relationships he maintains among clients and the regulatory and political communities, some spanning over thirty years. John holds a BA in Biology and an MS in Environmental Science. He is a long-standing Citizen Member and the Corporate Liaison for the Albany Pine Bush Preserve Commission.
Technical precision is the hallmark of Dave’s 30 year career as a civil and environmental engineer. Dave’s expertise involves highly detailed review of all aspects of any project, from the most straightforward municipal water or sewer project to complex industrial processes. As a result, he has a remarkably successful track record in the accuracy of conceptual designs that is borne out in final project results. Dave holds a BS and MS in Civil and Environmental Engineering and is a Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of New York.
An engineer’s engineer, Alan exhibits the best of traditional engineering consulting combined with a commitment to solving the problems of the present and future with durable, proven engineering solutions. Alan’s grasp of water treatment challenges based on 30 years of practice in the field is second to none and is employed liberally for the benefit of municipal and industrial projects. Alan holds a BS in Geological Engineering and an MS in Civil Engineering and is a Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of New York.
As a process specialist with over ten years of experience in the field, a healthy skepticism of so-called state of the art technologies has led Brock to explore many innovative water and wastewater treatment technologies. He has discovered that under certain circumstances, the deployment of innovative technologies can be accomplished through repurposing existing structures, achieving stringent treatment criteria while reducing costs. Moreover, Brock is skilled in employing inventive resiliency strategies necessary to preserve and protect infrastructure under ever-challenging environmental conditions. Brock holds a BS in Civil Engineering and is a Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of New York.
Successful engineering efforts are often built from the application of Mary Beth’s 25 years of experience in the development of project implementation strategies. She specializes in the development of conceptual solutions and critical paths including project financing, user cost impact and the environmental review process as well as project permitting. Mary Beth’s expertise in the identification of the project plan and costs are vital; her work in public communications and consensus building together with the enactment of public policy are equally imperative to remarkable project outcomes. Mary Beth holds a BA in English and a MRP in Regional Planning and is on the Board of Directors of Hudson Valley Pattern for Progress.