Kyle D. Grandusky, P.E.
Kyle Grandusky has more than 15 years experience as a consultant in the fields of water resources and civil engineering. He has provided engineering services to private land owners, municipalities, and 298 drainage districts in a variety of manners including agricultural development, mining, land development, public works projects, surface water management, dispersed water storage, flow-through treatment wetlands, reservoirs and other water resource related projects. He has taken projects through all phases of development including, planning, design, permitting, construction and operations. His engineering services included preparation of feasibility studies, design, bid and construction documents, supporting plans and calculations, opinions of cost, applications for environmental resource and water use permits, operation plans, NPDES MS4 permit annual reporting, construction observation and certification, and expert witness. After graduating from the University of Florida in 2003 (Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering), Mr. Grandusky was employed by Engenuity Group, Inc. (an engineering and surveying firm in West Palm Beach) as a project engineer and project manager until 2012 when he joined Federico, Lamb & Associates, Inc. (a water resource and environmental consulting firm in West Palm Beach) as the firm's principal engineer. In 2016 Mr. Grandusky partnered with Steve Lamb to form Grandusky, Lamb and Associates, LLC which continues today under the name GMAwater, LLC. Mr. Grandusky is a professional engineer registered in the State of Florida.
Steven J. Memberg, P.G.
Steven Memberg has over 20 years of water resource investigations and regulation experience. He previously was a Chief Scientist with the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) focused on water policy in the Regulation Division responsible for regional and statewide issues such as consumptive use permitting consistency, the Central Florida Water Initiative (CFWI), regional water supply plans, minimum flows and levels, water reservations, and legislative analyses. He also has worked at the federal and county levels for the United States Geological Survey (USGS) and Broward County in addition to consulting in for private industry. As Florida does not provide many opportunities to discuss volcanoes and glaciers, Mr. Memberg is also an adjunct faculty member of Palm Beach State College teaching Earth Science. Mr. Memberg is a registered professional geologist in the State of Florida.