Gregory Rosati began working in land development engineering with LPS in March of 2016. As a professional engineer registered in both North Carolina and Virginia, he brings a variety of skills and experience to the firm for both residential and commercial developments. Greg earned his Bachelors and Masters degrees in Civil Engineering with concentrations in archaeology and engineering management from Cornell University.
Greg began his civil engineering career while in middle school working summers for his father, who owned a civil engineering company in Scranton, Pennsylvania. He started out making copies and running errands, and eventually worked his way up to bridge inspections and concrete and soils testing.
After college, Greg worked as an engineer for Law Engineering and Environmental Services in the Washington, D.C. area, primarily providing property and construction inspection services. His first project involved inspection of the aluminum frame holding up the actual flag that flew over Fort McHenry during the War of 1812, which was the inspiration for Francis Scott Key’s poem that became the lyrics for our National Anthem.
Greg later worked as a civil engineer for Resource International, LTD in Richmond, Virginia, on several residential and commercial developments throughout central and eastern Virginia, including a public sanitary sewer system on the Northern Neck. After moving to Chapel Hill, North Carolina, he worked for Corley Redfoot Zack, Inc., developing site plans for the various building projects throughout the Tarheel State. The projects were primarily larger institutional projects for various universities and local school districts.
In his spare time, Greg enjoys spending time with his two boys. He also volunteers with the Churchland Soccer League maintaining the soccer fields.
- Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Major: Civil Engineering
Bachelor of Science, 1997
Master of Engineering, 1998
Concentrations in Archaeology and Engineering Management