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Karins and Associates announces new Project Manager

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December 4, 2014

Karins and Associates is pleased to announce that John M. Mascari, P.E., has joined the team as a Project Manager. 

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Newark, DE – Karins and Associates, an engineering firm with offices in Newark and Georgetown, Delaware, has named John M. Mascari, P.E., to the position of Project Manager in the firm’s Newark office.  John, who joined the Karins and Associates team in November 2014, brings more than 28 years of experience in civil engineering and land development design expertise to the company.

He has designed and managed site-civil engineering projects in the private and public sectors throughout Maryland and Delaware.  John is well-versed in Maryland’s Environmental Site Design regulations and strives to provide aesthetically pleasing innovative stormwater management designs and create attractive communities where people want to live and work.

Prior to joining Karins and Associates, John spent the past nine years working at Fair Hill Engineering, LLC, Elkton, Maryland, serving as a civil engineering project manager for land development projects and eventually becoming owner.

During his career John served as project engineer/manager for the villages within the Walnut Hill subdivision, a 400+ unit residential community located in the Town of Elkton, Maryland, participated in the conceptual design charette and site planning for the Darley Green Traditional Neighborhood Development within the Claymont Delaware Renaissance District, and provided the engineering design and plan preparation for a two and one half mile water and natural gas main extension project to provide an alternate water supply and energy source to the Cherry Hill community of Elkton, Maryland.

John earned a Bachelor of Civil Engineering degree from the University of Delaware; He is registered as a professional engineer in Delaware, Maryland and Pennsylvania.  He volunteers as a Board Member for The Mancus Foundation, a non-profit organization serving physically and developmentally challenged individuals in Delaware.  Mascari resides in Fair Hill, Maryland with his wife and daughter.

To contact Mr. Mascari please call (302) 369-2900, or email him at jmascari@karinsengineering.com

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Serving Delaware, Maryland and Pennsylvania Since 1973
www.karinsengineering.com

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