WILLIAM R. SWANICK, P.E.
Land Development Regional Service Group Manager
Mr. Swanick is the Regional Service Group Manager within Herbert, Rowland & Grubic, Inc.’s Eastern Region and has over 25 years of experience. He is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the land development staff, training, and business development initiatives as well as project management.
- B.S., Structural Design and Construction Engineering Technology, The Pennsylvania State University
- Professional Engineer, PA
- York County Builders Association
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
- Site Analysis, Planning, & Design
- Subdivision & Land Development Plans
- Zoning & Land Use Applications
- Erosion & Sedimentation Control Plans
- Regulatory Permitting & Approvals
- Feasibility Studies & Concept Planning
- Due Diligence Studies
- Master Planning
- Wetland Delineation & Mitigation
- Floodplain Delineation & Analysis
From 1993 to 2004, Mr. Swanick was a Senior Project Designer and Project Manager with Robert G. Hartman and Associates, Inc., Camp Hill, PA. His duties included stormwater management design, E&S control plan development and NPDES permitting, subdivision layout, pavement design, site grading, roadway layout and design of all other pertinent aspects of residential, institutional and commercial land development projects.
From 1990 to 1993, Mr. Swanick was a Construction Inspector with VE Engineering, Inc., Harrisburg, PA. He performed technical inspection duties on various PennDOT permit projects for access and utility construction. These projects included water, sanitary sewer, and gas main installations, as well as the restoration of the construction area within the PennDOT right-of-way.
From 1989 to 1990, Mr. Swanick was a Construction Inspector/Engineer-in-Training with Boswell, Yule, Jordan Engineers in Camp Hill, PA. He performed technical inspection duties on various PennDOT permit projects for access and utility construction. These projects included water, sanitary sewer, and gas main installations as well as the restoration of the construction area within the PennDOT right-of-way. Other projects included the construction of new local road intersections, and high-volume and medium volume access driveways for new development projects.