Mark E. Lancor, P.E.

PRINCIPAL/SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER

EDUCATION: 

Licensed Professional Engineer

Masters in Business Administration, 1982 University of Hartford, CT
B.S. in Civil Engineering, 1977 Tri-State University, Angola, IN

ACTIVE REGISTRATIONS: 

Professional Engineer – States of Connecticut, Florida, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and New York  

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE RECORD: 

Mr. Lancor, a Professional Engineer, is responsible for the overall administration and project management of DYMAR’s civil engineering and environmental assignments.  He brings to this position over forty years of diversified experience in the management, organization, design, production, and client relations for various civil engineering related projects.  The clients he has served include health care, the private commercial industry, municipal and state departments, utilities and real estate developers.  Most of his career has been in providing safe and effective clean water solutions to protect our vital water resources.    

His specialty over his career is wastewater management having been responsible for six recycling membrane bioreactor plants that serve schools, commercial and assisted living facilities.  He was the lead on providing the technical merits of decommissioning a SBR plant at Eden Harbour Condominium Association in Old Saybrook.  At Tyler’s Cove Condominium Association, he was responsible for the Wastewater Facility Plan Study and General Permit for 39 lakeside homes in addressing an order from the CTDEEP to comply with the statutes.   He completed the study, design and permitting thru the CTDEEP for a 27,500 gpd conventional subsurface disposal system at South Kent School, Kent, CT, which involved a three dimensional MOD-Flow modeling of a glacial outwash terrace on the landscape.  Mr. Lancor has successfully processed discharge permits from the State of CT Department of Environmental Protection for specialized on-site wastewater treatment, recycling and disposal facilities in excess of 250,000 GPD and various Title 15 Permits in the State of New York. 

His latest major utility work has been the management of a one-mile sewer extension along CT Route 67 in Oxford, coupled with a one-mile water line extension for the interconnection between Heritage Water and Aquarion Water companies.  The design included the coordination of the interconnection with PURA and CTDOH, a meter vault, two stream crossings and a bridge structural support system.  Construction inspection services were provided to the Heritage Water Company.  Mr. Lancor was also the Project Manager for a $40 million combined utility expansion project that includes 6.6 miles of water, 5.2 miles of gravity sewer and four pump stations, and 20.6 miles of gas for the Town of Stafford under the Governor’s energy initiative.  

CIVIC and BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS: 
  • Waterbury Youth Services System, Waterbury, CT – Board of Directors since 2005, current Chairman of the Board, past Treasurer and Chair of the Finance Board for the state’s largest inner City youth and outreach NFP organization 
  • Pomperaug Woods, Inc., Southbury, CT – Board of Directors since 2009, a NFP Life Care facility serving 120 resident units; serving on the Facilities Management Committee as Chair. 
  • Town of Southbury – Chair of the Water Pollution Control Agency 
  • Waterbury Chamber of Commerce