Key Personnel

Michael A. Wunderlin, Principal

Registered Civil Engineer, California Number R.C.E. 26671
Licensed Land Surveyor, California Number L.S. 5210

Mr. Wunderlin has over 40 years experience in land planning, civil engineering design, land surveying. He started Wunderlin Engineering in 1977.

His areas of expertise include project feasibility, construction management, soils engineering and structural design. Having completed over 2000 residential, commercial and institutional projects in San Diego County, Mr. Wunderlin's emphasis is hands-on management and direct involvement in all surveying and engineering projects. His cost saving and practical ideas have benefited hundreds of clients over the years.

He has also served as an expert witness for construction defect litigation. He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Escondido Chamber of Commerce.

Michael Wunderlin

Michael P. Carroll, Engineering, Design, and Project Management

QSD/QSP Certificate #131 (Qualifiied SWPPP Developer/Qualified SWPPP Practitioner)
Registered CPESC #4692 (Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control)
Registered CPSWQ #482 (Certified Professional in Storm Water Quality)
Registered CESSWI #402 (Certified Erosion, Sediment and Storm Water Inspector)
REA 1 #30265 (Registered Environmental Assessor)

Mr. Carroll has over 30 years experience in the civil engineering field including civil engineering design, AutoCAD computer drafting/design, and project manager. He is experienced in all aspects of land development projects from conceptual to final design of construction plans including grading, drainage, streets, utilities, and erosion control. Mr. Carroll has been employed by Wunderlin Engineering since 1989.

In addition, he is well versed in the current and ever-changing storm water pollution regulations. Mr. Carroll's experience also includes field engineering, site inspection, construction management, and construction surveying/staking.

He has been the lead civil design engineer for numerous residential and commercial projects including large scale subdivisions and water/sewer infrastructure projects. He is a member of the International Erosion Control Association.

Michael Carroll