Michael A. Schober, P.E., BCEE, brings 35 years of experience in water and wastewater system treatment, distribution and collection. He has experience developing stormwater utilities and implementing Pollution Reduction Plans. Mike’s wastewater engineering and design experience includes facility planning, treatment plant design and evaluation, collection system design and modeling, permitting, infiltration/inflow investigations, inter-municipal agreements and EPA Grant Administration. His various responsibilities have included coordinating activities of professional staff as well as managing design projects and coordinating design teams.
Mike’s odor control and treatment plant design has been nationally recognized with awards from EPA and Water Environment Federation, as well as locally. He has also been the recipient of the Leonard M. Glass Memorial Award from the Chesapeake Water Environment Association, the L.W. “Red” Davis Award from the Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Association, the Ted Moses High Hat Award from the Pennsylvania Water Environment Association, the 2012 Governor’s Award for Local Government Excellence, PA, and a Central Pennsylvania Business Journal’s “Forty Under 40” Award.
Mike is a licensed Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia, Ohio, New York, and Virginia. He received a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Villanova University, and is an American Academy of Engineers & Scientists Board Certified Environmental Engineer. Mike is actively involved in a number of committees and organizations including the Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Association, the Pennsylvania Water Environment Association, the Eastern Pennsylvania Water Pollution Control Operators Association, the Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers, and the Pennsylvania DEP Sewage Advisory Committee.