Lauren Squillacote, E.I.
Christin Gorman is an Environmental Staff Engineer with Environmental and Geotechnical Specialists, Inc. (EGS). Her work experience includes wetland evaluation, environmental resource permitting, PD&E work and regulatory agency coordination and permitting. She graduated from Florida State University with a B.S. in Civil Engineering in December 2014. Christin also holds a degree in Elementary Education from Flagler College and taught for Leon County Schools from 2007 – 2014.
Christin was an active member of the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering ASCE student chapter. She has continued her service to ASCE over the last three years through organizing a variety of fundraising events including the Dream BIG Movie Night and INSPIRE Outreach Days. She has also written several grants which have been awarded to our Branch. Christin was named the 2016 Young Engineer of the Year and was recently recognized for her Volunteerism at the 2018 ASCE Eastern Region Leadership Conference.
On her off time, Christin enjoys being in nature, whether it’s a quiet walk through the woods, a kayak ride down the Wakulla River, or a shell hunt on Mexico Beach. She has been married to James Gorman, a Leon County School instructor, since 2012. Christin and James also welcomed their first daughter, Everly, in November 2019.
Lauren is an E.I. for HW Lochner and has been gaining experience in roadway and drainage design for FDOT. She graduated from the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering with a B.S in Civil Engineering (2013) and her Master’s in Civil Engineering (2016). Lauren was active with the FAMU-FSU ASCE student chapter while in college, serving as Graduate Advisor in her final year there. Lauren continued her membership with ASCE by helping students transition to the professional world by organizing socials and attending the student conference as a judge. She has also helped with the Dream Big Movie Night fundraiser and the INSPIRE outreach days.
Lauren was awarded the 2018 Young Engineer of the Year for the Tallahassee Branch. Lauren also married her college sweetheart, Steven Squillacote, a Senior Lab Engineer for the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, on February 14, 2020. On the weekends you can find Lauren and Steven cheering on her Seminoles at Doak Campbell Stadium.
Mariano graduated from Florida International University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. After spending several years in the private sector gaining experience in design, construction, and quality control, Mariano joined the FDOT’s Roadway Design Office in 2015, where he was heavily involved in the development of the new FDOT Design Manual. In his current role, as the Project Management Resources Engineer in the Project Management Section of the Production Support Office, Mariano is leading the efforts in the delivery of 3D Projects, Project Management Online Guide, and Web-based Scope of Services Tool
Kristine Obenour is a construction coordinator for America's Home Place in their Tallahassee office. Graduating with her master’s degree from the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering (COE) in December 2018, her short work experience with Pennoni has been in structural building systems for residential and commercial projects in Florida and Georgia. Kristine also received her B.S. from the FAMU-FSU COE, where she held several ASCE Student Chapter leadership positions throughout her college career, including President and Graduate Advisor.
As an ASCE Student Chapter member, President, and Graduate Advisor, Kristine focused on STEM education for pre-college students, society recruitment of FAMU-FSU COE students, and the promotion of women in STEM fields. During her presidency the student chapter boasted the first ever all female Steel Bridge Build Team for the 2017 Southeast Student Conference. In 2017, Kristine was awarded with not only the ASCE Student of the Year Award, but also the Florida Engineering Society’s Outstanding Student Service Award for her outstanding service and leadership to the Engineering Profession.
On her time off, Kristine’s favorite place to be is relaxing at the lake with family, her two new Lab puppies, and husband Jason Grant, PhD, an Assistant Professor at FSU and consultant at Ology Brewery.
Stacy is a bridge engineer in Mead & Hunt’s Tallahassee office with 14 years of structural engineering experience across 17 states. Her project experience includes substructure and superstructure design for post-tensioned segmental and cast-in-place concrete bridges. She has also designed structural components for signage, signalization, and drainage. Stacy has been the project manager and engineer of record for the design of mechanically stabilized earth walls, to include the preparation of shop drawing packages and has collaborated with contractors and other engineers to provide solutions for the resolution of field issues during the construction process.
Stacy graduated from the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering with a B.S. in Civil Engineering (2003) and a M.S. in Civil Engineering (2006). During this time, she was an active member of the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering ASCE student chapter. She obtained her Professional Engineer license in Florida in 2009.
In her personal time, Stacy enjoys fishing, boating, hiking, and camping with her family. For 16 years, she has been married to Donnie Johnson, who is a Firefighter for the Tallahassee Fire Department. They have two children, Ty (13) and Delaney (8)
Ryan Buck is a Project Management Engineer for the Florida Department of Transportation, where he works in the Production Services Division at the Central Office in Tallahassee. His duties include; management of the State Design Scope of Service and Staff Hours, Project Management Training and Project Management Resources. He is also involved in implementing new technologies and innovations into the Department. Previously, Ryan gained career experience managing commercial building construction projects as a Project Manager.
Ryan is a native of Tallahassee, where he attended Florida State University and received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Civil Engineering in 2009. He went on to earn a Masters degree in Construction Management form the University of Florida in 2012. His wife, Linzee, is a Leon County Schools Pre-K teacher and they have three daughters; Hailey-Jo, Rylin and Dawson. Ryan enjoys outdoor activities with his family and friends, including; golf, boating, fishing, mountain biking, camping, hiking, etc. He also enjoys weekends down at Alligator Point with his family.
David L. Crombie is a Project Engineer with HNTB Corporation in Tallahassee, Florida where he works on a variety of transportation design and planning projects including Project Development and Environment (PD&E) studies, Environmental Resource Permitting (ERP) for transportation design, and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) assignment tasks for the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). Through this role, Crombie works with transportation engineering teams to develop innovative, cost-effective solutions and designs that help support Florida’s growing travel demand while avoiding and minimizing impacts to the surrounding natural, physical, and social environment.
Crombie’s professional affiliations include the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Florida Engineering Society (FES), Florida Engineering Foundation (FEF), Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE), and the American Public Works Association (APWA). Crombie currently serves as the Student Activities Chair on the ASCE Florida Section Board of Directors, is a member of the FEF Board of Trustees, and is the FAMU-FSU ASCE Student Chapter Practitioner Advisor. Crombie’s accolades include the ASCE Tallahassee Branch Young Engineer of the Year Award and graduate of the Florida Engineering Leadership Institute (FELI).
During down time, Crombie enjoys golf, camping, canoeing, and hiking with his wife Megan and their two boys, Ethan (5 yrs.) and Hayes (3 yrs.).