Key Staff

Josh Johnson, P.E.

Principal Engineer/Project Manager – Stormwater Manager

Josh has 9 years of experience in civil engineering and is the Stormwater Manager for Alley, Williams, Carmen, and King. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of North Carolina and is a current member of the American Society of Civil Engineers.  Josh has been involved in stormwater management and is responsible for the ongoing implementation of NPDES Phase II stormwater projects.  He was responsible for creating and implementing post-construction and illicit discharge programs for Phase II compliance in multiple municipalities.


Mark Reich, P.E.

Principal/Project Civil Engineer

Mark has 30 plus years of experience in both the private and public sectors. Mark is currently the Company Treasurer and is a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of North Carolina.  He serves as project manager/engineer for a wide variety of projects. He serves on the Board of Directors.


Wes Webb, P.E.

Professional Engineer/Project Manager

Wes is a graduate of Clemson University in Civil Engineering and has over 27 years of experience in civil/environmental engineering. Wes is a company stockholder and project manager. His duties include meeting with client boards or councils, preliminary and final designs, preparation of specifications, construction administration, and project close-out. He is responsible for project delivery from inception through final completion.  He has a good working knowledge of the Corp of Engineers, NCDENR Water Quality and Land Quality, and FEMA regulations associated with stream impacts and the construction of bridges, culverts, and utilities.  He is also familiar with NEPA Environmental Laws and Regulations, NCDOT standards and practices, and FEMA Floodplain Development policies and applies this knowledge to his project reviews, project design, and project management.  For project design, he is responsible for Categorical Exclusion NEPA documentation, site grading design, roadway design, sediment and erosion control design, hydraulic analysis, storm drainage design, utility relocation design, environmental permit coordination.