Michael has over three decades of experience as a civil/structural engineer and has been involved with a variety of projects in both the public and private sectors. He has worked in a various disciplines including structural, civil/highway, and geotechnical engineering.

As Bryant’s lead structural engineer, Michael is responsible for the analysis, design and construction management of structural projects employing a wide variety of building materials such as reinforced concrete; prestressed and post-tensioned precast concrete; structural steel; aluminum; masonry; and wood structure for gravity, wind, and/or seismic forces. Structures he has designed include simple span and continuous span bridges. Throughout his career, Michael has provided unique solutions to difficult design problems and has improved cost and profitability for customers through his efficient design.


What made you want to become an engineer/surveyor?

“Always played with Lego as a kid and loved it!”

What’s something you enjoy doing on your day off?

“Doing nothing but exploring”

What would be your personal motto?

“Disce ut semper victurus, vive ut cras morituris, which means: learn as if you were to live forever; live as if you were to die tomorrow.”