David Loring Assumes Leadership of Civil Practice Group
Earlier this month, Tighe & Bond named David Loring, P.E., LEED AP the firm’s new Technical Practice Leader (TPL) for the Civil Practice Group. In this role, he will coordinate and advance the firm’s extensive civil engineering capabilities, oversee the continual advancement of relevant technical skills, and promote professional development of key staff. He will also ensure that the Civil Practice Group stays abreast of local, state, and federal regulations that impact clients.
Loring, who has worked for Tighe & Bond since 2002, is a licensed civil engineer and construction supervisor in Massachusetts, as well as a LEED Accredited Professional. A senior project manager and a firm associate, he has served as the transportation specialist in the firm’s Civil Practice Group since its formation in 2004. He is also a Title V System Inspector and Soil Evaluator.
Loring has more than 25 years of experience encompassing a diverse range of civil engineering practices that include site development, water supply and distribution, sanitary sewerage collection, storm water management, and transportation. He has been engaged in all phases of project execution, including: scheduling, cost estimating, assisting with project funding, developing technical specifications, expediting permits, and assisting with construction management.
He has a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering from Western New England University, and serves on that university’s College of Engineering Industry Advisory Council as it develops a new civil engineering undergraduate program.
A resident of West Springfield, Loring is a Baystate Roads Scholar, and serves as the assistant treasurer for the Massachusetts Tri-County Highway Superintendents Association. He is also a member of the American Public Works Association, American Society of Civil Engineers, American Water Works Association, and the Institute of Transportation Engineers.