Bryan K. Pate
P.E. – CEO
CEO of InSite Engineering and Principal Engineer, Bryan has been involved in the design and construction of municipal water, wastewater, natural gas and civil engineering projects since 1993. A Magna Cum Laude Civil Engineering graduate of Auburn University, Bryan also has completed a host of associated continuing education courses. His work includes civil, structural, mechanical and process design on a variety of municipal projects such as water and wastewater treatment plants, water and wastewater pumping stations, water storage tanks, distribution systems, hydraulic modeling, interceptor sewers, lateral sewers, equalization basins, SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) systems and natural gas distribution systems. Bryan is familiar with permitting requirements associated with water and wastewater treatment plants as well as utility relocation projects and coordination of utility locations within right of way limits in both rural and urban settings. His experience also includes project report and proposal preparation as well as significant involvement in PFAS mitigation in drinking water dating back to 2009.
James M. Cassidy
P.E. – President
James is President of InSite Engineering and a Principal Engineer with more than 15 years experience in the design and construction of municipal water, wastewater, natural gas and civil engineering projects. Receiving his Civil Engineering degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), he has worked in civil, structural, mechanical and process design on a variety of projects including water and wastewater treatment plants, water and wastewater pumping stations, water storage tanks, distribution systems, hydraulic modeling, interceptor sewers, lateral sewers and natural gas distribution systems. James has extensive experience in subdivision planning and design, commercial site design and industrial park planning design as well as roadways, sidewalks, site developments and downtown revitalizations. He has developed, designed and implemented GPS Mapping and Geographic Information System (GIS) projects that included coordination of data gathering, database development, data input and system integration. He is also familiar with general city engineering reviews and workflow processes as well as private and municipal permitting requirements associated with stormwater issues, ADEM (Alabama Department of Environmental Management) permitting, fish and wildlife issues and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers permitting requirements and procedures.