Bowman Consulting Group promotes Mark Baker, Scott Delgado, Charles Powell and Mark Tauscher to principal

January 17, 2009 |

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                   CONTACT:                 Mary Noonan

January 7, 2009                                                      [email protected]


Chantilly, VA — Bowman Consulting Group, Ltd., is pleased to announce the promotions of Mark Baker, Scott Delgado, Charles Powell and Matt Tauscher to Principal. 


“These individuals have been instrumental in our success over the past few years and are outstanding examples of first-rate team members who can always be counted on to work toward common objectives.  All four share a proven record of providing outstanding client service and exceeding performance goals and expectations." said Gary Bowman, President of Bowman Consulting. "The talent that they have demonstrated during their tenures will make them successful Principals.”


Mark Baker, CLA, RLA, has been with the firm for over four years, and serves as Director of Planning and Landscape Architecture of the Leesburg office.  Mark has 25 years of experience in landscape architecture and the design of various land development projects.  His experience includes zoning, land planning and design of mixed-use commercial, and residential projects, as well as state and municipal projects for parks, schools, and universities throughout the Washington metropolitan region. 


Scott Delgado, PE joined the firm in 2005 and serves as the Director of Engineering of the Alexandria office.  He has over 15 years of extensive experience managing civil engineering projects for public and private clients with a special emphasis on ultra-urban environments. 


Charles Powell, LS, a five-year Bowman Consulting veteran who has over 30 years of experience in land surveying, oversees Bowman’s regional land surveying operations in the firm’s Prince William and Fredericksburg offices. 


With over 20 years experience in the land planning and landscape architecture fields, Matt Tauscher, CLA, RLA, is the Director of Planning and Landscape Architecture of the firm’s Alexandria and Fairfax offices.   His design and project management experience encompasses a multitude of land development projects including commercial, institutional, recreational and residential project types throughout the Washington metropolitan region. 


As principals, Baker, Delgado, Powell and Tauscher will be actively involved in the firm’s strategic operations. 


About Bowman Consulting:

Bowman Consulting provides civil engineering, planning, landscape architecture, surveying, environmental and geothermal services to a variety of markets, both public and private, throughout the mid-Atlantic region.  It also offers particular expertise in zoning, and in land development/building regulations at the local, state and federal levels.  The work of the firm includes residential, commercial, retail, health care, educational, recreational, municipal, and federal projects.  Headquartered just west of Washington, D.C. in Chantilly, Virginia, Bowman Consulting has nine regional offices and over 250 employees. 


Established in 1995, Bowman Consulting has attracted local and national recognition from ENR Magazine (Top 500 Design Firms), The Zweig Letter (The 100 Fastest-Growing U.S. A/E/P & Environmental Consulting Firms), Washington Business Journal (Fastest-Growing Companies in the Washington Region) and Inc. Magazine (Fastest-Growing Private Companies in the U.S.). 


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Mary Noonan | Senior Marketing Specialist

Bowman Consulting

3863 Centerview Drive, Suite 300, Chantilly, VA  20151

direct: 703.787.3404 | fax: 703.481.8410
[email protected] |

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