Yates Scott Lansing founded Lansing Engineering in 2001. Mr. Lansing earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering from Clarkson University. Mr. Lansing is a New York State Licensed Professional Engineer, a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control, and is also a Certified Professional in Stormwater Quality.
Mr. Lansing is an active member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the New York Society Professional Engineers and Soil and Water Conservation Service.
Mr. Lansing’s field of expertise is in infrastructure design and land development planning.
As a child, Mr. Lansing enjoyed math and science and was fascinated by heavy equipment, building and development projects. Mr. Lansing chose to pursue a career in Civil Engineering because he enjoys the comprehensive planning and the detailed design work that it takes to put a successful project together.
Mr. Lansing likes the demands associated with optimizing his clients’ project objectives within local, state and federal regulating requirements while balancing economic feasibility, environmental constraints and community character. Mr. Lansing enjoys challenging projects and developing solutions to overcome the challenges. Mr. Lansing takes a great deal of pride in the quality of the final plans Lansing Engineering produces and finds great satisfaction in seeing the plans implemented into construction and functioning to meet the needs of his clients and the community. Mr. Lansing also enjoys the people he works with and the family-type atmosphere of the office. He feels that it is truly an honor to be associated with such a hard working, dedicated and fun group of individuals. Mr. Lansing is proud of the creation of Lansing Engineering, PC and the growth it has experienced. He enjoys his duties in the operation and management of the firm and is excited for the future of the company.
Jason Dell joined Lansing Engineering in 2004. Mr. Dell earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Water Resources from State University of New York at Oneonta and a Masters Degree in Environmental Engineering from Syracuse University. Mr. Dell is a New York State Licensed Professional Engineer, a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control, and is also a Certified Professional in Stormwater Quality.
Mr. Dell’s field of expertise is in concept plan development, site layout, grading, roadway design, utility design, stormwater management and sediment and erosion control planning.
Mr. Dell decided to pursue a career in Engineering because he was always curious as to why and how things were built and constructed. Mr. Dell selected Civil Engineering as he enjoys the challenges of engineering a successful site and guiding a project from the conceptual phase all the way through completion. Mr. Dell likes the diversity and challenge that each project possesses.
Mr. Dell has a great feeling of accomplishment when he sees a project that he has advanced from paper to construction.
Sean Farrell joined Lansing Engineering in 2004. Mr. Farrell earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering Technology from the State University of New York Institute of Technology at Utica/Rome.
Mr. Farrell’s field of expertise is in concept plan development, site layout, grading, roadway design, utility design, stormwater management and sediment and erosion control planning.
Mr. Farrell chose to pursue a career in Civil Engineering because he enjoys diverse challenges each project faces. Mr. Farrell likes to be able to design a project then work in the field to see it all come together.
Mr. Farrell likes the variety his career has to offer and enjoys that no two jobs are alike, making his work interesting and fun.
Jodi Chang joined Lansing Engineering in 2005. Mrs. Chang earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Environmental Ecosystems from Binghamton University. Mrs. Chang is a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control and is also a Certified Professional in Stormwater Quality. Mrs. Chang is an active member of the Soil and Water Conservation Service.
Mrs. Chang’s field of expertise is in stormwater pollution prevention and wastewater disposal system design.
Mrs. Chang enjoys the design aspect of Civil Engineering and seeing a project from conception to completion while combining aspects from her collegiate studies in environmental assessments and stormwater pollution prevention.
Mrs. Chang’s favorite part of her job is the people she works with. She loves coming to work because it feels like family to her. Mrs. Chang likes that everyone at Lansing Engineering is constantly working together with different skills to bring out the best in one another. Mrs. Chang feels that Lansing Engineering really is a satisfying and positive work environment.
Mrs. Chang enjoys the variety of work. From designing concept plans to stormwater pollution prevention inspections, the work is constantly changing. She feels her position is a healthy balance between fieldwork and office work keeping things both challenging and exciting.
Michael Robertson joined Lansing Engineering in 2008. Mr. Robertson earned an Associates Degree in Civil Engineering Technology from Hudson Valley Community College.
Mr. Robertson’s field of expertise is in wastewater disposal systems, stormwater management design, waste-supply designs, sanitary sewer conveyance and drafting. Mr. Robertson enjoys seeing projects he has worked on come to life and become more than a set of plans. He enjoys working in the field as well as the office.
Mr. Lubera earned an Associate Degree in Civil Engineering Technology from Hudson Valley Community College and a Bachelors of Science Degree in Civil Engineering Technology from SUNY Institute of Technology at Utica/Rome. Mr. Lubera is a Project Engineer.
Mr. Lubera’s field of expertise is in Construction Inspection, Concrete and Soil testing, Stormwater Modeling and Computer Aided Drafting.
Mr. Lubera decided to pursue a career in Engineering because he takes pleasure in using problem solving techniques to bring ideas into life tangibly and concretely to improve the world.
Aaron May graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Clarkson University. Mr. May brings a vast amount of production experience to Lansing Engineering and his mastery in landscape design and residential site work is a great addition to the design team. Mr. May genuinely looks forward to increasing his experience in site design and site engineering. Mr. May is motivated by seeing projects progress through the design process and to construction completion.
Aaron lives in Clifton Park with his wife. Aaron’s job fits his interests and lifestyle well; he loves mountain biking, hiking, and in general being outdoors.
Courtney Connors earned her Bachelors of Science Degree in Business Management from Hartwick College. Ms. Connors is highly efficient and organized and she truly enjoys working with the public and helping people. Ms. Connors enjoys working with the team at Lansing Engineering and she feels that the friendly demeanor of the entire team promotes a great team oriented atmosphere.
Ms. Connors resides in Mechanicville and has a lovely five year old daughter who she enjoys spending time with.
Mr. Flynn has decided to pursue a career in Engineering after growing up around construction and heavy equipment. Douglas looks forward to advancing his knowledge of the entire design and build process in hopes to combine them with his family excavating business. Mr. Flynn enjoys the everyday challenge in the construction process and finds satisfaction in the final outcome compared to what was started on day one.
Douglas lives in the town of Charlton. He enjoys working on and racing stock cars at local dirt tracks. He also enjoys an occasional round of golf as well as snowmobiling in the winter months.
Mr. Vaillant’s filed of expertise is in Land Development and Construction Management.
Since Mr. Vaillant was a child he has been interested in construction and how things are put together, which has led him to pursue a career with Lansing Engineering.
Michael lives in Gansevoort with his wife Heather and daughter Natalie. Michael enjoys spending time with his family along with cooking, hiking and playing guitar.
Mr. Bianchino’s fields of expertise include Municipal Engineering and Planning, Land Development and Permitting and Client and Project Management.
With an interest in Residential Construction, Mr. Bianchino started his career designing homes for a small builder. Once exposed to the diversity of the permitting process, he then moved on to Municipal Engineering and Planning, which then led to involvement with residential and commercial Land Development. Mr. Bianchino has been working in this industry for over 36 years which has provided a wealth of experience in all aspects of business. He enjoys working collaboratively with a team of people, contributing what he has learned to meet or exceed clients’ expectations, while at the same time mentoring others to help them advance their careers.
Michael resides in the Town of Colonie. He enjoys playing golf and spending time with his wife Michele, their three grown children and spouses and their two grandchildren.
Mr. Garber’s fields of expertise include Construction Administration and Water / Wastewater.
Michael enjoys his career in the Engineering field, especially watching projects go from conception to construction.
Mr. Garber resides in Saratoga Springs with his girlfriend. Outside of Engineering he enjoys CrossFit and Olympic Weightlifting.