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Scott Athey, PE

Scott M. Athey, P.E. leads the Lowe Engineers Transportation Department with two decades of experience in the areas of transportation engineering.  His experience includes all types of facilities from local streets and small county roads to interstate and limited access facilities as well as multi-modal alternatives.  Over the course of his career, Scott has created solutions for projects of varying sizes and complexities from remote rural areas to highly developed urban centers.  His career path followed traditional development from Entry Level Engineer through leading projects as a Project Manager and Principal for the firm. This trajectory translates to a complete understanding of the design process and the integral parts and roles of a Team Environment.  Scott’s completed projects include working for a variety of clients such as; Local Municipalities, County Governments, Development Authorities, Private Developers, State Department of Transportations (DOTs), Corps of Engineers and many others.  In addition to traditional stand-alone transportation projects, Scott has also played a major role in multi-discipline projects incorporating transportation solutions for masterplaning, large scale developments and redevelopments.  Scott has also served as the Project Manager for unique projects with the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) related to the inventory of surplus property/ right-of-way and disposal of assets.  Scott’s experience includes managing all tasks associated with planning, design, and construction of transportation projects and the management of a team of professionals.  His focus and strength is listening to the clients, the courage to think outside of the box and the context sensitivity to deliver a custom solution for each unique project and client.

Scott has completed numerous Project Management certifications, trained in ISO methods for Quality Control/ Quality Assurance and other Leadership Training for Engineering Professionals.  He is a registered Professional Engineer in multiple states, a Level II Certified Plan Designer/Reviewer for Erosion & Sedimentation and holds current certifications for the GDOT Plan Development Process (PDP) and Locally Administered Projects (LAP).

“I am originally from Montgomery, Alabama and definitely a genuine southerner. I grew up a baseball junkie and love supporting the Braves, now just down the street from our Cobb County home.  I also stay very involved with my beloved Alma Mater – Auburn University and will always be a Tiger!  I am a sucker for a DIY project and getting outdoors or spending time with my wife and two daughters.  I truly enjoy being a Transportation Professional in Metro Atlanta where there is always a new traffic challenge.”