Sarah MacLean

Associate Principal
WB Engineers + Consultants

Sarah MacLean is a team leader in our Washington DC office who is driven by new ideas, methods, and solutions to design challenges. With an electrical engineering degree from Northeastern University and over 15 years of engineering and construction experience, she has excelled in delivering complex multi-disciplinary project solutions across various sectors.

Her experience in electrical engineering and project management has been essential to leading our team, particularly, in our Electrical Vehicle (EV) sector. She currently co-leads a team of 20+ team members who make up WB’s Electrical Vehicle (EV) Infrastructure group. This team is involved with bringing EV projects from conceptual feasibility through project design and permitting. In 2022, the team managed the installation of vehicle charging infrastructure for over 900 charging stalls across 30 states, 200+ jurisdictions, and 100+
different utility providers. One aspect of her work that she enjoys most is the development of strategies and processes that are tailored to
align with the client’s project objectives with the main goal of improving efficiency in overall project delivery. This work has led Sarah to maintain successful partnerships with our EV Clients to implement large-scale infrastructure rollouts.

Sarah MacLean’s Session(s):

11:45 am–12:15 pm | Fri, March 31, 2023

Resilient Solutions & Opportunities: Overcoming Regulatory, Utility, & Infrastructure Hurdles

One size doesn't fit all. As a property owner, ownership includes that of the property, the responsibility of managing amenities, property maintenance, and configuring electrical capacity. How does EV charging fit into the big picture? This session will:  

  • Identify what you will need from your utility 
  • Define your strategy for ownership
  • Explore owned versus leased charging stations
  • Streamline your engineering processes to fast-track infrastructure and associated construction

Check out our early bird ticket prices!
stay in the
comment graphic