Mark Landis, PE

Principal / Senior Vice President
Board of Directors
Greensboro, NC

Mark Landis is a Principal Geotechnical Engineer and the Lead Engineer for Schnabel’s Greensboro, North Carolina office with more than 37 years of experience on projects involving geotechnical engineering; geological and hydrogeological evaluations; geophysics; design; construction; and rehabilitation for dams, dikes, major earthworks, and water resource projects. He has performed evaluations, design, and routine dam inspections for earthen and concrete (conventional and RCC) dams including evaluations, design, and construction of grout curtains, secant walls, sheet piling, slurry walls and other cutoff and seepage mitigation technologies in coastal plain settings, karstic, sedimentary, metamorphic, volcanic, and igneous rock geologic environments. Prior to joining Schnabel in 2006, Mark was a Board Member and the Lead Geotechnical Engineer at an engineering firm in Cary, North Carolina.

Mark is currently serving as the Engineer of Record for the new Cobbs Creek Regional Water Supply Dam and has collaborated with engineers, geologists, scientists, and construction personnel from many of Schnabel’s offices throughout the country. Mark also works with Schnabel’s Quality Assurance Committee in order to maintain up-to-date quality and technical manuals that are consistent with our current technical procedures. He is active on review boards for USACE dam remediation projects and Bureau of Indian Affairs dam projects across the country and has served as the Independent Consultant on FERC-regulated dam projects. He also serves on the USSD’s Foundation Committee.