Scott A. Lukowski, P.E.



B.S. in Civil Engineering, 1995 University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
B.A. in English, 1989 University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT


Professional Engineer – State of Connecticut
LEED 2.0 Accredited Professional


As a Project Engineer, Mr. Lukowski is responsible for a variety of engineering applications, including project management for various private real estate development and public works projects in the State of Connecticut. He brings to his position twelve years of experience in project and construction management, from initial planning and surveying requirements through engineering design, project management, analysis and regulatory compliance, to plan implementation and contract administration. Mr. Lukowski’s engineering accomplishments have included many aspects of design and analysis relating to residential and industrial subdivisions, commercial site plans, on-site sewage disposal systems, municipal sanitary sewer and storm water collection systems as well as various hydrologic an hydraulic studies. As project engineer, he has prepared the contract documents for a number of CVS and Walgreens Facilities; design and regulatory documents for portions of Long Meadow Farm, a PRD of 126 homes located in Middlebury, CT; commercial plans for the County Line Dealership, Middle-bury, CT and a 33,800 sft commercial plaza – Keystone Shoppes – situated in Colchester, CT. Other assignments have included a 12 lot subdivision – Moose Hill Estates – in Oxford, CT and a 197 bedroom hotel in Preston, CT. Many of his assignments include various hydrological and hydraulic studies in providing solutions to storm water quality and quantity is-sues associated with new and existing construction. Currently, Mr. Lukowski is working on large scale on-site sewage disposal projects for Silver hill Hospital in New Canaan, CT having a design discharge of 27,000 gpd, and a facility plan study for South Kent School to bring their site into compliance with the CTDEP. Mr. Lukowski’s regulatory compliance background with the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (CTDEP) includes various Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Permits, 401 Water Quality Certifications, Water Diversion Permits, Flood Management Certifications and Coastal Consistency Review; Office of Long Island Sound Programs including structures, dredging and filling permits within tidal wetlands. Federal regulatory compliance includes the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACOE) Programmatic General Permit and the United States Coast Guard (USCG) permit process. Local compliance agencies include Inland Wetlands and Coastal Area Management review boards. Prior to joining DYMAR, major accomplishments have included work for Mohegan Sun associated with the tribe’s Elderly Housing, Sun Riverview parking garage, and improvements to drainage facilities, Uncasville, CT; services for 70 tele-communication sites under the Sprint PCS Program; JFK International Airport inspection, videotaping and cleaning for 16,000 linear feet of sanitary sewer including recommendations for repairs and bridge scour evaluations for 17 bridges under CT’s bridge inspection program.


ASCE – American Society of Civil Engineers
SWE – Society of Women Engineers