Red Swing Group

Red Swing Leadership

Matthew Smith, P.E.

Matthew E. Smith, P.E.

Mr. Smith, President and Founder of Red Swing Group, is a licensed Professional Engineer in 14 states with 26 years of professional experience on a wide assortment of land development, infrastructure, utility, facility, and communications projects.  Mr. Smith is responsible for marketing and business development efforts for existing and future clients, formation of teaming arrangements, preparation of technical and fee proposals, presentations to short-listing committees, and contract negotiations and procurement.  Mr. Smith manages project staff, workload projections, budgets, schedules, quality assurance, insurance compliance, revenue reporting, and invoicing/collections.  His technical responsibilities include all aspects of civil engineering design and document production, narrative and calculation reviews, and project representation at public approval forums. Mr. Smith is a Veteran of the United States Marine Corps, is married to Graziella and has 3 children, Daniel, Alexander and Gabriella.  His activities include family travel, being very active in his children’s activities, skiing, golfing, and being outdoors.


Robert McCollim, P.E., LEED AP

Robert McCollim, P.E., LEED AP
Land Development Division Director

Robert McCollim joined the Red Swing team six months after its inception as the Lead Project Engineer. Mr. McCollim is a licensed Professional Engineer in the state of Pennsylvania with 10 years of professional experience on an assortment of residential, commercial, and light industrial land development projects. He is also a LEED Accredited Professional.

Mr. McCollim is responsible for the technical design of land development projects from working with clients on establishing a conceptual site layout to municipal project approval. Using Civil 3D, he models site grading for balanced earthwork and stormwater management design and calculations. Mr. McCollim is responsible for site due diligence work, report preparations, technical calculations, and overseeing construction document production.

Mr. McCollim has a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University. Upon graduation, he worked in Northern Virginia during the peak of the housing boom on various residential development projects. Beginning in 2004 with a relocation to Pittsburgh, his work turned primarily to small and large commercial retail development with construction projects across Pennsylvania.

Mr. McCollim’s activities include gardening, cooking, hydroponics, and being goofy with his son.