Patrick J. Bleck, P.E, C.F.M.


Pat Bleck joined his family’s company over 35 years ago, and is currently the president of Bleck Engineering. Throughout the decades, Pat has worked on some of the firm’s most significant industrial, commercial, public and residential projects. Although Pat has done extensive work in sanitary and storm sewer systems, sanitary pumping stations, water transmission and water distribution systems, site grading, drainage and stormwater management for a wide variety of public and private clients, he specializes in municipal engineering. Pat’s expertise includes evaluating pavement conditions and preparing Motor Fuel Tax (MFT) programs for road maintenance and reconstruction projects on behalf of villages, cities and townships. Highly regarded throughout the region, Pat has held a variety of public engineer appointments in Lake County and served on many professional committees. 



B.S. in Civil Engineering, Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois


Certificates / Licenses

Licensed Professional Engineer in Illinois

Lake County Stormwater Management Commission Enforcement Officer

Certified Floodplain Manager, Illinois Association for Floodplain and Stormwater Management

Licensed Septic Designer, Lake County Health Department

Designated Erosion Control Inspector, Lake County, Illinois



National Society of Professional Engineers

Illinois Society of Professional Engineers

The Construction Specifications Institute

American Water Works Association

Illinois Association for Floodplain and Stormwater Management


Boards and Commissions

Illinois Society of Professional Engineers (Treasurer and past President, Lake County)

Technical Advisory Committees for Stormwater Management, Lake and McHenry counties