Frank Marescalco is a registered professional engineer licensed to practice civil engineering in Washington State. He earned his bachelor’s degree in both physics and civil engineering from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2010. He has been working as a civil engineer for about ten years and has been in both the private and public sector of many projects.
Frank’s project experience includes the design of public water, sewer, and stormwater utilities and the design of municipal roads and associated transportation facilities. He has extensive background in underground construction and site design for development. Some of Frank’s specific skills include pedestrian design - especially the Americans with Disabilities Act, site utilities, and drainage. Frank is especially well versed in the stormwater codes and regulations affecting Western Washington.
Frank is actively engaged in professional societies such as the American Society of Civil Engineers and the American Public Works Association. Frank was a co-author for the 2019 Washington State Infrastructure Report Card. He has traveled to regional and national leadership events through his involvement with professional societies. Frank also has an extensive history of volunteering with the ASCE, spending years on the leadership board coordinating activities that enhance the value and experience of his colleagues and their beneficiaries in the community. His efforts there continue to have positive ripple effects today.
Frank has his roots in the American Midwest. He believes in honest work at a fair price. He believes that good work in civil engineering positively affects the lives of countless individuals affected as users of a system. He takes his commitment to the health, safety, and welfare of the general public very seriously. Frank believes in community and is an avid supporter of Tacoma and the South Puget Sound area in general. In his free time, you can find Frank building something in his workshop or working on a construction project.