Mark D. Cooke, P.E., Partner

Mr. Cooke is a Partner with SKYLINE Engineering & Construction, LLC and shares the responsibility of all business operations with his partner Dwayne E. Cheatom. Mark is also responsible for the “Engineering” Division where he manages and leads an experienced team of professionals toward successfully meeting the client’s needs.

– B.S., Civil Engineering
– B.S., Architectural Engineering
– Drexel University, 1996

Professional Registration/Certifications/ Licenses:
– Professional Engineer: Georgia, Alabama, Maryland, Tennessee, North Carolina
– GSWCC Level II Certification #0000029484 (NPDES)

Professional Memberships and Associations

– American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
– National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES)

Throughout his career, Mr. Cooke has been responsible for managing groups and teams toward the successful completion of various civil engineering projects. He has served as civil engineering group leader and southeastern regional engineer for local and national companies. His background in both civil and architectural engineering has allowed him to participate in all phases of construction and design. Completed tasks include, but are not limited to:
– Feasibility studies
– Water and sewer system design
– Site development/design
– Transportation design
– Grading and storm system design
– Hydrologic analysis and reports
– Water quality design
– Erosion and sediment control design including best management practices (BMP)
– Value Engineering
– Plan/Peer review
– Construction plan preparation
Mr. Cooke focuses on managing the client’s needs and concerns while emphasizing project coordination and quality of work. Completed project types include:
– Municipal roadways/highways and drainage projects
– Streetscapes/Medians
– Telecommunications Projects (over 100 Sprint, AT&T, and Bellsouth sites)
– Regional watershed drainage and detention projects (+250 acre)
– Multi-unit commercial (McDonald’s, Longhorn, Kohl’s, etc)
– Multi-use developments (ranging from ¼-acre city block to +100-acre developments)
– Schools & Higher Education
– Subdivisions