KS Appoint Mark Cencer to Coastal Engineering Group

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Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Mark P. Cencer: Photo credit KS Associates

KS Associates, Inc., a civil engineering and land surveying firm located in Elyria, Ohio, has appointed Mark P. Cencer, P.E., to the firm’s Coastal Engineering Group. The Group provides engineering solutions for all types of waterfront and water-related infrastructure, helping clients plan, design and manage the construction of projects along Lake Erie and its watershed.

Cencer is a Professional Engineer licensed in Ohio and Florida and has more than eight years of experience in marine engineering. He has been made responsible for all facets of KS coastal engineering projects, providing planning, surveying, design, cost estimating, permitting and construction-related services.

Mark Cencer has a Bachelor of Science Degree and a Master of Science Degree in Ocean Engineering from Florida Institute of Technology. He is a member of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Society of Boat and Yacht Designers, Lakeside Wooden Boat Society and Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society. He is also an NAI Certified Open Water Diver.

About KS Associates, Inc.
KS Associates, Inc. is a civil engineering and land surveying firm founded in 1987. The firm provides planning, design, bidding and construction phase services related to public infrastructure projects in the areas of transportation, potable water, waste water and storm water; site development engineering services for institutional, commercial and residential uses; coastal engineering services; land surveying and mapping services; and 3D laser scanning services. KS Associates is a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE).

For more information visit: http://www.ksassociates.com
 

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