Robert N. Evans, P.E., F.ASCE
Consultant and Principal Engineer
McKissack & McKissack Architects & Engineers
Robert ”Bob” Evans has over forty years of planning, design and construction management experience in structural, geotechnical, and civil engineering for major public and private sector projects. Evans has served as project engineer, project manager or principal-in-charge for municipal and state clients for highway, bridge, water treatment and transit assignments including serving as the project manager for a transportation expansion project involving MAGLEV (Magnetic Levitation) technology. Bob has also overseen business development efforts for facilities and infrastructure projects in the northeast and southeast United States and is presently a part-time Consultant and Principal Engineer with the firm of McKissack & McKissack Architects & Engineers in Washington, D.C., where he previously served as Vice-President of the Environmental Engineering Group.
A continuously active member of ASCE since joining his student chapter (Howard University) where I served on various committees and as chapter Vice-President. After graduation he served on many committees for the National Capital Section (NCS) including: Civic Affairs, Minority Programs and Engineering Education Committees and held every position on the NCS Board of Directors including serving as President from 1993-1994. Evans also served as the ASCE Faculty Advisor at Howard University for 11 years in addition to being a member of the Maryland Professional Engineers Registration Board for 5 years from 2001 to 2006.
Recently, Evans completed serving a 5 year term as a Region 2 Governor and presently serves ASCE as a member of the ASCE NCS Scholarship Committee, Committee on Diversity & Inclusion (CD&I) and a corresponding member of the History & Heritage Committee.
Previously, Evans served as a founding principal of a civil/structural design firm for 13 years and also an adjunct assistant professor in the Civil Engineering Department at Howard University, teaching Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering for 11 years.
Evans earned Bachelors of Science Degree in Civil Engineering and a Master’s Degree in Geotechnical Engineering from Howard University is a licensed professional engineer in Washington, D.C, Maryland, Virginia, Georgia, New York, Delaware and Pennsylvania and is an ASCE Fellow. He and his wife and reside in Mitchellville, Maryland.