David Latham earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of New Hampshire in 2016. White at UNH, David served as a project assistant creating a program designed to teach middle school students engineering and physics concepts.
Much of David’s work at Casco Bay Engineering as a Design Engineer involves projects within the many facets of land development such as stormwater management, utility infrastructure design, and low impact design (LID). He is experienced with planning board processes and environmental permitting. Recently, David led the permitting and planning approval process for the First Russian Baptist Church proposed garage in Gorham, Maine.
In addition to his skillsets in Civil Engineering, David is also a Structural Engineer designing wood, reinforced concrete, and structural steel buildings and implementing 3D finite element design programs. He is familiar with various structural codes including the IBC and ASCE. Recently, David served as a Structural Design Engineer for the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center Truck Marshaling Building, in New York City. He was tasked with designing the reinforced concrete columns, some of which were six feet in diameter encompassing spiral rebar cages, capable of withstanding truck impact loads and progressive collapse requirements from the New York City Building Code.
David has demonstrated that he is engaged and persevering. David enjoys spending free time with friends and family. He likes to play racquetball and is an enthusiastic fan of the Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots.