WBCM Names Jesse Lindsay, PE, LEED AP, DBIA, Executive Vice President and Principal
We are pleased to announce that Jesse Lindsay, PE, LEED AP, DBIA, has been named an Executive Vice President and Principal of Whitney Bailey Cox & Magnani, LLC (WBCM).
Mr. Lindsay has more than 22 years of experience in the field of engineering with an emphasis on civil engineering related to waterfront projects and industrial facilities including, but not limited to, site and utility design, stormwater management, site remediation, and permitting. He has worked on projects as varied as the Sagamore Whiskey Distillery, the Pendry Hotel, bulk-liquid handling facilities for Yara International, multiple gypsum wallboard plants for Continental Building Products, and numerous tasks under Open-End contracts for the Maryland Port Administration (MPA).
Mr. Lindsay graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park, in 1997 with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering with a concentration in Water Resources. He joined WBCM shortly after graduation. He earned his Professional Engineer license in 2002 and has since become registered in 24 States. In 2009, Mr. Lindsay earned his LEED AP certification and in 2017, he was recognized as a Designated Design-Build Professional by the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA).
Mr. Lindsay is an active member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Baltimore Port Alliance (BPA), Society of American Military Engineers (SAME), and the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA). He is also a member of the Baltimore City Program for Public Information (PPI) Committee, which focuses on floodplain resiliency and the associated public outreach. Mr. Lindsay is also a member of the Quality Assurance/Quality Control Committee at WBCM.
Over the years, Mr. Lindsay has been involved with several award-winning projects. The redevelopment of the former Kurt Iron & Metal facility received an ACEC/MD Engineering Excellence Award; the pier re-decking and drainage improvements to the CSX B&O Coal Pier received an ACI/MD Excellence in Concrete award; and the Dundalk Marine Terminal Berths 11-12 Upgrade and Lot 304 Drainage Improvement projects for the Maryland Port Administration received the Modal Award for projects over $5 Million from MdQI. Additionally, the Recreation Pier Pendry Hotel received multiple awards including ACI/MD Excellence in Concrete Award (2017); ENR Mid-Atlantic Best Project, Renovation/Restoration (2017); ENR National Best of the Best Project, Renovation/Restoration (2017); Baltimore Heritage Inc.’s Historic Preservation Award for Adaptive Reuse (2018), ASCE/MD’s Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement (Major Project) (2018); and the Engineering Society of Baltimore Project of the Year (2019).
Outside of work, he is also active in the Northern Baltimore County community, coaching youth sports.
I can't think of a more deserving person in the firm for promotion to a Principal than Jesse Lindsay. He is extremely well liked and respected by both clients and fellow employees, for his experience, knowledge, and amiable personality."
Mark Shafer, Executive Vice President.