Chuck Utschig Named 2023 Engineer of the Year by ASCE Lower Hudson Valleyby: Nicole Veenstra
The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Lower Hudson Valley Branch recently named Chuck Utschig the 2023 Engineer of the Year, presenting him with the John B. Jervis Award. Named after the chief engineer of the 40.5-mile Croton Aqueduct, this annual award recognizes an individual who has shown outstanding performance in the field of civil engineering.
Utschig is a Senior Associate in Langan’s White Plains office with over 38 years of experience in civil engineering, land development design, and construction. His expertise includes the design of sewer systems, water systems, stormwater management systems, flood control measures, drainage systems, and roadways, as well as the management of the New York State Environmental Review Act for a range of clients. Throughout his career, he has led numerous large-scale land development and municipal projects in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Florida. He currently oversees Langan’s White Plains office, manages eight staff members, and leads the municipal approval process for various projects.
The ASCE Lower Hudson Valley Branch is a subset of the ASCE Met Section, serving members who reside or work in Rockland and Westchester counties. With over 5,000 members, the Met Section is one of ASCE’s largest and most active sections.