Jim Buckler & Mike Coughlin – Promoted to Principal

James G. Buckler, PE Structural Principal (410) 821-1690 JBuckler@mragta.com

Coughlin, Mike Web
Michael G. Coughlin, PE, LEED AP
Civil Principal
(410) 821-1690

We are pleased to announce the promotion of James G. Buckler, P.E., and Michael G. Coughlin, P.E., LEED AP, to Principals of MRA.

Jim Buckler, a licensed structural engineer in Maryland, Delaware, New York, New Hampshire, and DC, has been with MRA for more than 13 years. Jim leads the design of structural systems involving post-tensioned concrete, structural steel, reinforced concrete, masonry, and timber for a wide variety of project types, including commercial, higher education, government, historic, and mixed-use projects in an urban setting. He is Structural Engineer of Record for the 1,000,000+ SF Four Seasons Hotel and Legg Mason Office Towers at Harbor East, and the eight-story Thames Street Wharf office building at Harbor Point, both in Baltimore City. He is currently heading up structural design on several additional large, mixed-use projects in the City: Point Street Apartments and Parking Garage; 33rd + St. Paul Mixed Use Development; and Banner Hill.

Mike Coughlin, a Maryland registered Professional Engineer and a LEED Accredited Professional, has provided civil engineering services at MRA for over nine years. His responsibilities include day-to-day supervision, management, design, and quality control of land development projects throughout Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, and Howard Counties, and Baltimore City. Areas of site design expertise include site grading, roads, storm drain, water, gravity sewer, erosion and sediment control, stormwater management, and dam breach analysis for commercial, residential, and institutional projects. Mike excels in developing creative and cost-effective site design solutions, and in solving unique design problems associated with significant site constraints and regulatory restrictions. Mike is currently leading the civil engineering teams for Greenleigh at Crossroads, a 200-acre master planned development, and Ballard Green, a 100-acre residential development, both in Baltimore County, MD.