Marshall Swift, P.E., QSD/QSP, CPSWQ
Profile & Background
Marshall is one of five Civil Engineers at MCR Engineering. He manages a wide variety of projects including commercial, residential, municipal, and agricultural development. Marshall is a well-rounded engineer who prides himself on a “team” concept as he excels with co-worker, client, agency, and contractor interactions. He holds many responsibilities at the firm and prides himself as the lead engineer for South San Joaquin Irrigation District projects which includes intricate hydraulic analysis of the district’s facilities.
Marshall has been with MCR Engineering since he graduated from the University of the Pacific in 2013. MCR has been privileged to see him grow as a young intern at the firm into one of its most passionate, well-respected engineers. Marshall is especially known for his desire to finding practical solutions in hydrology and stormwater quality
South San Joaquin Irrigation District, Manteca, CA – Marshall works closely with Dan and SSJID’s Engineering Management to oversee their annual capital improvement projects each year. He manages the hydraulic analysis and construction scheduling while overseeing the surveying and construction of up to $5 Million in irrigation facilities improvements annually, including pipeline replacements, canal linings, distribution box replacements, and sprinkler system designs. Marshall has earned the trust and respect of the District management, board, and staff by providing consistent service, sound engineering advice, and immense hydraulic knowledge of the district’s facilities.
Woodward Avenue & Atherton Drive Waterline Project at DeJong Estates, Manteca, CA – Marshall worked closely with the City of Manteca to provide an intricate waterline design within the existing Atherton/Woodward intersection. This project consisted of designing and connecting 30”, 24”, 18”, 16”, and 12” water lines within a limited space and included numerous valves, fittings, and joint restraints. Marshall not only provided the design, but also played an instrumental role in assisting with the necessary coordination efforts to help finalize cost estimates and construction scheduling. He has been the liaison between the City, client, and the contractor to keep the project on schedule, approve design and field modifications, and resolve disputes to ensure that home construction would not be held up.
Great Wolf Lodge Resort, Manteca, CA – Marshall is currently the Project Engineer for the 29.3-acre site consisting of a 215,000 square foot hotel and waterpark that is actively being constructed off of Highway 120 in Manteca, CA. He previously aided with the master-planning efforts for the entire 130-acre Family Entertainment Zone (FEZ) area, which includes Great Wolf Lodge. He has managed the project entirely from the civil side and oversees the surveying, design, RFI’s from the contractors, and construction of over $5 Million in on-site grading, utilities, and paving operations. Marshall played a vital role in designing and coordinating the on-site storm drain discharge to SSJID Drain 8 as a late change request to the plans that facilitated the ability for the client to obtain the grading permit in time before causing delays to the construction schedule.