David Yonge

Engineer Intern

“It’s been exciting for me to move from the realm of education to the world of engineering consulting.  I truly enjoy working with our local communities to provide solutions that improve the quality of our water supplies, protect public health, and enhance Floridians’ quality of life.” – David Yonge, PhD 

Meet David, our water quality specialist! He is an Engineer Intern in our Infrastructure discipline, out of our Tampa office. He has been with our firm for one year with a background in drinking water treatment. He earned one of his Bachelor’s in Civil Engineering from the University of Central Florida. He then earned another Bachelor’s, his Master’s and Doctorate’s degrees in Environmental Engineering, also from the University of Central Florida.

Cool Projects: Finishing the Charlotte County Sewer Master Plan. I wrote all the chapters for the plan, so I’ve basically taken the modeling and science of the project and communicated it to the general public. Taking technical and difficult material and breaking it down so it’s understandable has been very rewarding.

Fun Fact: I am one of the few people that wears bowties.

David Yonge

Engineer Intern

“It’s been exciting for me to move from the realm of education to the world of engineering consulting.  I truly enjoy working with our local communities to provide solutions that improve the quality of our water supplies, protect public health, and enhance Floridians’ quality of life.” – David Yonge, PhD 

Meet David, our water quality specialist! He is an Engineer Intern in our Infrastructure discipline, out of our Tampa office. He has been with our firm for one year with a background in drinking water treatment. He earned one of his Bachelor’s in Civil Engineering from the University of Central Florida. He then earned another Bachelor’s, his Master’s and Doctorate’s degrees in Environmental Engineering, also from the University of Central Florida.

Cool Projects: Finishing the Charlotte County Sewer Master Plan. I wrote all the chapters for the plan, so I’ve basically taken the modeling and science of the project and communicated it to the general public. Taking technical and difficult material and breaking it down so it’s understandable has been very rewarding.

Fun Fact: I am one of the few people that wears bowties.