Mr. Mark D. Kessinger, PMP, FSAME, has been promoted to DLZ National’s Vice President of Water Resources and Dam Safety. Mr. Kessinger joined DLZ in 2016 following a distinguished career with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. He has over 35 years of experience managing complex civil works projects including dams, floodwalls, levees, and navigation locks. As Vice president, he will be responsible for DLZ’s services on federal, state and municipal water resources and dam safety projects. Mr. Kessinger is a Fellow and Life Member in the Society of American Military Engineers, a Past President of the Huntington Post and currently serves as an advisor to the Post.
Mr. Timothy A. Hampshire, PE, has been promoted to DLZ Ohio’s Director of Water Resources and Dam Safety. He is a Geotechnical Engineer with over 27 years of experience in a wide range of geotechnical and water resource projects. As Director, he will manage DLZ’s Geotechnical Services Division and be a liaison with the firm’s Field Services Division which provides drilling and laboratory testing services. Mr. Hampshire has vast experience with the investigation and design of improvements to federal and state dams and levees, foundation improvements for navigation locks, and slope stabilization for failing soil and rock cut slopes and river banks. Mr. Hampshire currently serves as President of the Huntington Post of the Society of American Military Engineers.