Michele Stein has more than 20 years of experience in geotechnical engineering analysis and design for a wide range of projects. She has expertise in such areas as subsurface exploration programs, deep and shallow foundations, slurry and retaining walls, ground improvements, settlement analysis and slope stability. During her career, Michele has been involved in numerous municipal design and construction projects, including excavations for utility infrastructure and pump stations, stormwater management, paving operations, transportation improvements, bridge replacements, and litigation involving utility and roadway easements. When not focusing on project work, she serves as an adjunct professor in the civil engineering department at the University of Central Florida.
M.S., Civil Engineering, University of Massachusetts Lowell
B.S., Civil Engineering, Merrimack College
Michele, a native of Boston, previously served as town engineer for the Town of Tewksbury, Massachusetts.