Catherine Pallotta, PE
Catherine is a vice president of American Structurepoint who brings 25 years of experience leading every phase of multidisciplinary engineering projects. Her primary area of focus is the growth of our Utility Infrastructure Group’s business, which provides environmental engineering solutions to complex challenges in the areas of drinking water, wastewater, stormwater, and natural gas systems.
Catherine has strong expertise in planning, design, and construction related to water quality, treatment processes, regulatory compliance, and funding as demonstrated by partnering with communities of all sizes across the nation. She is determined to continuously improve the quality of work through innovative approaches that tackle technical challenges in cost-effective ways, all against a backdrop of protecting public health, protecting our environment, and being good stewards of our communities’ dollars. Catherine is fluent in the languages of both engineering and people. Beginning with careful listening and no-surprises communications, being bilingual allows Catherine to engage and align stakeholders of widely varied backgrounds to advance community-transforming development.
Catherine first joined American Structurepoint in 2018 as a team leader in the Utility Infrastructure group and was promoted to group leader in 2019. Under her leadership, the group grew its level of talent, complexity, scale of projects, and geographical presence. Today, the group operates across eight locations, including some staff being co-located with the City of Indianapolis Department of Public Works to provide stormwater technical services.
American Council of Engineering Companies of Indiana – Water, Energy, and Environment Funding Sources Committee, Member
American Water Works Association, Indiana Section – Member
Water Environment Federation – Member
Indiana Water Environment Association – Member
Master of Science, Environmental Engineering - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1998
Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering - State University of New York at Binghamton, 1996