Wayne A. McArdle, P.E.


During his 28 plus years as a geotechnical consultant, Mr. McArdle has worked on projects ranging from commercial warehouse buildings to high-rise apartment/office buildings, bridges, and wastewater treatment facilities.  His experience has led him to effectively interface with owners, architects, engineers, developers, government agencies, and contractors.  His particular area of expertise involves taking projects from the design phase through successful earthwork and foundation construction phases.
Project experience includes design and construction of buildings with deep and shallow foundations, highways and bridges, wastewater facilities, and communication towers.  Mr. McArdle is especially experienced in slope stability analyses and design, controlled blasting, and braced excavation support. Responsibilities include technical review of the geotechnical engineering staff, project management for foundation design and construction, and in-house training of field staff.  His specific experience includes:
University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth
            B.S. in Civil Engineering
Northeastern University
            Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering with emphasis in
            Geotechnical Engineering
ASFE Fundamental of Professional Practice (FOPP) Graduate

  • Professional Engineer: Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, New York, and Connecticut
  • OSHA HAZWOPER 40-Hour Certification
  • Licensed Soil Evaluator, Massachusetts 1995
  • EIT, Massachusetts 1994


  • American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
  • Association of Soil and Foundation Engineers (ASFE)
  • Boston Society of Civil Engineers (BSCE)
  • Past Chairman, Executive Committee of the BSCE Geo-Institute 2001-2002
  • Elected Member, BSCE Nominating Committee 2003-2005