John Luttman, PE
Vice President & Principal Engineer, QSD/P

John Luttman, PE
Vice President & Principal Engineer, QSD/P


B.S., Civil Engineering
Pennsylvania State University – University Park, Pennsylvania


Autodesk Land Desk Top 2005 / Civil Design
HEC-RAS Unsteady Flow Applications


Registered Professional Engineer – CA 71787 Civil
LEED Green Associate


American Society of Civil Engineers


Mr. Luttman has 16 years of experience in the field of Civil Engineering performing design services and project coordination on a variety of public, residential, and commercial projects.  He also has experience in construction management as a Resident Engineer which includes construction observation, construction engineering, and coordination with the client, general contractor, public agencies, public utility companies, consultants, and special inspectors.


Mr. Luttman’s primary responsibilities include providing design services in the preparation of civil improvement plans, including grading and drainage design, geometric street design, and water and sewer design, ensuring that they meet all local, state and federal design standards.  They also include hydrologic studies, hydraulic analysis and design of storm water drainage facilities and detention basins, and the preparation of drainage analysis reports.  Some of his other responsibilities include coordination with state and local agencies, consultants, clients, and public utilities, preparing bond and cost estimates, plan checking, construction observation, preparation of technical reports, and training of junior level staff.

Mr. Luttman was the primary design engineer on the City of Paso Robles Union Road from River Glen Road to Kleck Road reconstruction project, the proposed City of Paso Robles realignment of 4th Street as well as the emergency access road and water main extension on the East-West Ranch in Cambria for the Cambria Community Service District.  He was recently the Resident Engineer for the Union Road Bike Lane Project and has worked on several public improvement projects for Atascadero Mutual Water Company including the pipeline and recharge basin to receive water from the Nacimiento Water Project.  He has conducted several flood studies including a hydrologic and hydraulic analysis of the Estrella River in Shandon, a study of the drainage patterns for the SunPower solar ranch project in California Valley, and a drainage analysis of the major infrastructure in Templeton to be used in the future preparation of a Templeton Drainage and Flood Control Study for the County of San Luis Obispo.  He has designed the streets, drainage facilities, utilities, and grading.