Site/Civil Chief Grogg to talk Storm Water Management at AIA Annual meeting

The American Institute of Architects has tabbed McLaren’s Steven L. Grogg to serve as an expert speaker on Storm Water Management Requirements in New York State.

Grogg, McLaren’s Site/Civil Division Chief, will be presenting at tonight’s AIA Westchester/Mid-Hudson Chapter’s Annual Meeting. With over 30 years experience in the civil engineering field and with a penchant for public outreach and education, Grogg is an ideal presenter for this year’s meeting. In fact, Grogg is currently managing at least a dozen projects for McLaren that involve storm water, erosion control, and other site engineering concepts.

Early this year, Grogg gave two presentations/lectures concerning the modification and “daylighting” the Saw Mill River in Yonkers. Project Manager for McLaren’s involvement in the City of Yonkers’ River Park Center project, he has established himself as a prominent spokesperson for this major redevelopment, and has furthered his reputation as an ambassador of the engineering industry.

Grogg’s presentation to AIA will cover a gamut of topics, including site size, permitting, site assessment, monitoring, stabilization, and more. The meeting is being held at Manhattanville College in Purchase, NY.