Daryl has over 26 years of experience in design and management of civil engineering projects including roadways, sanitary sewer, lift stations, storm sewer, water main, detention and retention analysis, and site design associated with public works projects, federally funded projects and private developments. Daryl understands his client’s vision and is able to conceptualize it, so that it’s their vision guiding each project. He understands the area’s market and is able to think beyond our client’s needs to their client’s needs, creating a design that’s attractive to our client’s clients.
Daryl has spent the past 25 years of his career at Abonmarche – starting as a staff engineer, then progressing to project engineer and project manager roles, VP of Operations, and finally, CEO. Daryl is responsible for managing Abonmarche operations that include nine offices in Indiana and Michigan.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
FEDERALLY & STATE FUNDED PROJECTS
Daryl has served as Project Manager and Engineer on numerous federally funded and state funded projects for several communities. These projects include Local Public Agency (LPA) road, trail and sidewalk projects administered by INDOT as well as Community Crossing Matching Grant (CCMG) projects funded by the State and administered through local communities. These projects have included survey, design, environmental assessments, utility coordination, road and drainage design, right-of-way acquisition, bidding and construction engineering.
Daryl has served as Project Manager and Engineer for municipal projects in several communities in Northern Indiana. These projects include sanitary sewer extensions, lift stations, water main, well fields, water towers, treatment facilities, storm sewer, road widening and reconstruction, signal improvements, fiber optic interconnects, streetscape, lighting and place making.
Daryl has served as Project Manager and Engineer for over 1,000 acres of commercial, residential, educational, institutional, and industrial sites. Some of the project features include planning, sewer and water design, new traffic patterns, phased demolition, parking layout, drainage systems, security, landscaping, drainage design, access studies, septic and wells, and public/private partnerships.