Jason A. Schwartzenberger, PE provides project management expertise in the area of pavement design, management and evaluation. He is Group Leader for SME's Pavement Services Group. His 20 years of experience with SME includes pavement condition assessments, implementing pavement management systems, destructive and nondestructive testing, developing feasible pavement rehabilitation options utilizing latest construction techniques, preparing plans and specifications, and providing construction administration and testing services. Jason is experienced in design, construction and inspection of shallow and deep foundations and earthwork operations, and earth retention systems. He also reviews asphalt mix designs and test data from our Plymouth asphalt laboratory. Jason is a registered Professional Engineer in Michigan and has a BS degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Michigan.

Jason has served as Project Consultant for numerous MDOT pavement geotechnical evaluations on statewide roads, as well as county and municipal roadway projects. He has also served as project manager or engineer for multiple county and municipal roadway projects. For Jason, each project is exciting to see it begin to take shape and for the designs, drafted first and through many revisions of drawings, come to fruition in the field.

Jason has a knack for creating and maintaining long-term professional relationships with his clients who are impressed by his level of detail and commitment. His ability to analyze potential obstacles in a project design and develop several different solutions for the client keep those clients coming back to SME with future projects.

He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Michigan Section. Jason is an avid outdoorsman and in his free time can often be found enjoying nature via hiking, hunting, vacationing or catching up with family and friends.


Multidiscipline team resurrects manufacturing plant

A $1 million state brownfield grant helped agri-tool supplier address the vapor intrusion threat and redevelop a closed manufacturing plant to create new headquarters, expand manufacturing operations, and add new jobs in Michigan’s fastest growing county.

Former landfill site becomes productive and protective

New public safety training complex is designed to prepare students and public safety professionals for potential real-life situations by combining classroom training with vital hands-on tactical training using indoor and outdoor scenarios.