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Corporate and Company Update

Drummond Carpenter is a service-disabled veteran owned small business (SDVOSB) based in downtown Orlando. Our firm specializes in five practice areas including:

1. Civil & Water Resources Engineering

2. Environmental Modeling

3. Green Infrastructure & Sustainability

4. Environmental Assessment & Remediation

5. Nuclear Safety Assessment

We are FDOT pre-qualified is Groups 3 and 13 for Highway Design and Planning.


Recent Project News

Recently, our civil engineering practice has expanded to Orange County, with multiple project wins including the Orange County Convention Center (OCCC) where Drummond Carpenter is performing stormwater pollution prevention plan (SWPPP) design for the roadway and parking improvements associated with the Western Concourse facility, and LEED and sustainability support for the $600M OCCC expansion of the North-South Building Expansion. Drummond Carpenter is also providing stormwater drainage design support for the Pine Hills Road Pedestrian Safety Improvements project.


Join Us!

Drummond Carpenter is seeking a senior utility engineer to join our expanding municipal engineering service practice. This position will oversee municipal utility service operations in the Florida and Midwest regions that align with our company’s existing presence and opportunities in Florida, Pennsylvania, and Michigan. Please see announcement at


Employee Spotlight

Lee Mullon, PE, CFM, D.WRE is a principal in Drummond Carpenter and manages our civil and water resources engineering practice in Florida. Lee is a subject matter expert in civil infrastructure design and stormwater management and has performed engineering services for over 20 municipalities. Recently, Lee participated in TEAMFL’s Project Management Professional training series to obtain his PMP certification. Lee is the chair of the American Society of Civil Engineers Environmental and Water Resource Institute’s Orlando chapter, and serves on the Florida Stormwater Association conference committee. Lee is also a periodic adjunct professor at UCF where he has taught the Water Resources Design Class to upper level UCF students.


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