Marisa is a Project Manager and Senior Civil Engineer for civil/site projects. Her clients include municipalities, academic institutions, state agencies and private developers. She is a hands-on project manager who places great value on teamwork and communication with colleagues and clients. Her attention to detail and resourcefulness for solving engineering challenges prompted her to get her master’s degree from the University of New Hampshire, and her passion for history brought her to Plymouth State University for a graduate certificate in historic preservation. With a background focused heavily in design of diverse projects ranging from large infrastructure projects and building sites to recreational facilities and monuments, Marisa is an excellent resource to her colleagues.
Marisa has served as Vice President and Clerk on the Board of Directors for the American Society of Civil Engineers, New Hampshire Section (ASCE-NH). Currently, she is the Chair of the ASCE-NH History and Heritage Committee. She also volunteered to sponsor UNH Civil Engineering senior capstone project teams. Outside work, Marisa enjoys spending time with her family, snowboarding, hiking, listening to audiobooks, and researching her 1762 farmhouse.