Michael R. Hornig, PE
Mike has over 20 years of experience with a wide variety of projects in the civil and water and wastewater engineering fields focusing on all aspects of water distribution, wastewater collection, and stormwater topics. Projects range from collection system evaluation, sewer design, hydraulic modeling, pump station design and analysis, I/I investigations, water distribution system evaluation, pipe rehabilitation, modeling, controls, and planning. In addition, he has performed stormwater evaluations and designs including integrated planning, GIS mapping, field data collection, drainage improvements, IDDE investigations, MS4 permit guidance, and illicit connection resolutions. Involvement in most projects from conception to completion allows Mike to provide extensive procurement, funding, resident inspection, construction administration, and GIS guidance.
Project highlights include the Route 128 Sewer Realignment Design for the Town of Needham involving relocation of water and sewer mains under Interstate 95; design and construction services for over 80,000 feet of water main for the Town of Randolph; design and resident inspection of an elevated composite 500,000 gallon water storage tank replacement in Salisbury; a system-wide water master plan, hydraulic model, and HDD water main designs for the Town of Bellingham; an extensive I/I investigation and rehabilitation program for the Town of Weymouth; and development of a water/wastewater Integrated Plan and CIP for the City of Everett.
Mike holds a BS in Civil/Environmental Engineering from Rutgers University and is a Registered Professional Engineer in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. He is a member of the New England Water Works Association and the New England Water Environment Association and has completed the MCPPO Public Contracting Overview program.
In his free time, you can find Mike with his kids at various hockey rinks and swimming pools or vacationing at beach in MA, RI, NJ, or NC.