Our Team > Nicholas M. Mingo

Nicolas M. Mingo, PE and CGP
Engineer

Nicolas is a founding Member of EDM Partners, a civil engineering and land development consulting firm in Salt Lake City. A licensed professional engineer and certified green professional, Nick is a graduate of the University of Utah and began his consulting firm in 2010.

Over his professional career, he has been active in various capacities in the land development community. Immediately preceding the establishment of EDM Partners, Nick served as the Vice President of Hamlet Development, where he was responsible for all land development operations and green building programs. The land development undertakings included urban infill subdivisions, transit-oriented developments adjacent to UTA TRAX, brownfield remediation projects, and resort communities.

Prior to working with Brodsky Built, Nick served in several positions with Stantec Consulting, where he began his career in land development. While at Stantec, he was responsible for the design and management of numerous residential and commercial projects, most notably the Whistler Sliding Centre, constructed for the 2010 Olympic Winter Games. This civil engineering background and design experience has been invaluable. During his career, Nick has had the opportunity to be involved in all aspects of the development process.

As a registered professional engineer, Nick’s experience includes the design, preparation and coordination of construction plans for culinary water, sanitary sewer, storm drainage, roadway, and erosion control improvements for residential and commercial projects. His responsibilities include hydrologic and hydraulic studies for storm water management, water demand studies and sanitary sewer capacity studies. He also has a solid understanding of grading constraints and erosion control best management practices. While the majority of his work has been with private sector clients on residential and commercial projects, he has designed numerous infrastructure projects within the public sector.

Building on his civil engineering background, Nick has successfully completed the development of more than 3,500 lots in communities along the Wasatch Front. He is experienced in all aspects of the development process, beginning with project feasibility and concept planning to running through project completion and HOA management. He is accountable for due diligence reviews, processing entitlements, buildability reviews, value engineering, project scheduling, cost control, quality assurance and site inspections.