Matt Landschoot, P.E., M.ASCE
2014 New Faces of Civil Engineering - Professional Honoree
Landschoot is a Geotechnical Engineer with Environmental & Geotechnical Specialist, Inc. (EGS) in Jacksonville, FL where he specializes in the implementation and interpretation of geophysical testing data for geotechnical site investigations.
The 2013/2014 President of ASCE’s Tallahassee Branch, he has served in the capacities of West Point Bridge committee chair, Secretary, Events Coordinator, and Vice President. Landschoot also serves as the Younger Member Activity Board Member for the Jacksonville Branch of the American Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE). Landschoot was awarded the 2012 Young Engineer of the Year award by ASCE’s Tallahassee Branch.
The author of two publications for the Florida Groundwater Association, he has presented on the topic of “Geophysical Testing for Subsurface Investigations” for several professional societies including the American Public Works Association (APWA) and ASCE. Likewise, Landschoot has had two of his projects relating to sinkhole remediation receive the “APWA Project of the Year Award” for Emergency Construction and Repair in 2010 and 2011.
Landschoot earned his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Florida State University.