John M. Cruikshank, P.E., F.ASCE, president and CEO of JMC2 Civil Engineering + Surveying, a San Pedro, CA–based company he founded in 1996, has been named a Fellow by the ASCE Board of Direction.
Cruikshank leverages the experience of his involvement with hundreds of unique engineering projects to successfully support his clients’ critical projects. His current responsibilities are corporate leadership, client relations, business development, community outreach, and project management. Before starting his own firm, he worked for Caltrans (Los Angeles) and two other civil engineering firms.
JMC2 provides surveying and civil engineering services to architects, contractors, public agencies, property owners, and other design professionals. It is Cruikshank’s continuing vision that drives the company’s goals. His specialties include stormwater, drones, A.L.T.A. surveys, permit processing, topographic mapping, right-of-way mapping, QSD/QSP, utility plans, master plans, and constructability reviews.
In addition to his nearly 30 years in civil engineering, he is currently a board member and past president of the Harbor Association of Industry and Commerce (HAIC), where he formed the HAIC Workforce Development Committee.
Cruikshank became a registered civil engineer in the State of California in 1993. A resident of Rancho Palos Verdes, he is also chairman of that city’s planning commission.
He earned his B.S. in building science from the University of Southern California in 1988. He obtained an M.S. in engineering management, also from USC, in 1994.