Contacts

 

Use the links below to contact the Coastal Branch officers with any comments or questions you may have.

 

PresidentMark Arcuri, P.E.
SEPI Engineering and Construction, Inc.
(910) 228-0424

Mark is serving with ASCE because of his passion to promote the profession of Civil Engineering, both with students as well as other professions that interact with civil engineers.  Although the Coastal members are employed with competing firms and companies, Mark enjoys seeing how we put those interests aside to achieve common goals for our local engineering community.

 

 

 

 

 

TreasurerLloyd Young, P.E.
Bechtel Infrastructure Corp.
(925) 628-9205

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Secretary: Krista Duffield
SEPI Engineering and Construction, Inc.

Krista works as a Site/Civil Designer for SEPI, inc. Through ASCE, she hopes to gain leadership experience, learn more about the industry, and network with established engineers. Being new to civil engineering, she is excited to take on new responsibilities and jump with two feet forward into all that this profession offers.

 

 

 

 

 

Student Representative: Shea Gianna Cirillo

UNCW 

 

Past President:  Justin Gibson
Advanced Drainage Systems
(910) 520-4479

 


Justin Gibson works for Advanced Drainage Systems as the Territory Manager for Eastern NC.  In his role as the President of the Coastal Branch he is focused on helping the ASCE Members further build their relationships with other engineers by networking through ASCE, increasing the level of volunteer opportunities for the members, and supporting the students involved in UNCW/NC State’s 2+2 Program. 

 

 

 

 

Past President:  Justin Gibson
Advanced Drainage Systems
(910) 520-4479

 


Justin Gibson works for Advanced Drainage Systems as the Territory Manager for Eastern NC.  In his role as the President of the Coastal Branch he is focused on helping the ASCE Members further build their relationships with other engineers by networking through ASCE, increasing the level of volunteer opportunities for the members, and supporting the students involved in UNCW/NC State’s 2+2 Program.