June 4, 2017 IN: News

McCrone Welcomes New Team Members

To better serve our clients throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region, McCrone is pleased to announce the following additions to our team of professionals:


Michele Seib, PE, joins McCrone as a Senior Project Manager and is primarily responsible for management and production of engineering plans, technical construction specifications, and other reports and analyses.  Her more than 10 years of experience includes site design, permitting (state and local), and construction management for energy infrastructure projects, industrial and commercial buildings, and residential subdivisions.  She has extensive experience designing erosion and sediment control facilities, stormwater management facilities, and other site related designs in the Mid-Atlantic Region.  Ms. Seib holds a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture and Biological Engineering from Penn State University and is a licensed Professional Engineer in multiple states.


Robert S. Kane, PE, joins McCrone as a Senior Project Manager in our Salisbury office. Mr. Kane has over 20 years of experience in civil engineering focused on water resources, site and road design, sediment and erosion control, FEMA compliance, permit acquisition, municipal project support, and fire protection for public and private projects. Mr. Kane holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from New Jersey Institute of Technology, and is a Registered Professional Engineer in the states of Maryland, New Jersey, Delaware, and Virginia.




WardKristin Ward, PLA, LEED GA, joins McCrone in Annapolis as a Project Manager/Landscape Architect. Kristin earned a bachelor’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning from the State University of New York at Albany and a Master’s of Landscape Architecture from Texas A&M University. Her nine years of experience consisted of implementing safety and security requirements and standards within the landscape framework for federal, state and county government projects, healthcare facilities including healing gardens, institutional facilities ranging from K-12 to universities, and mixed-use developments for private developers. Ms. Ward’s focus in her new position at McCrone will be on shoreline restoration efforts and environmental stewardship through site designs.



Philip Towles came on board as a Survey Technician for the Annapolis Land Development group. His responsibilities include assisting with land surveys, construction stakeouts, location drawings, and CAD assignments. Mr. Towles earned a BA degree in Environmental Sustainability from Messiah College, Mechanicsburg, PA. He also has experience as a stream water restoration research assistant for the University of Maryland, College Park. Phil was so enthusiastic about working for McCrone he offered to “…volunteer for as long as necessary just to have the opportunity to work for such a top-notch establishment.”