Interlachen Country Club

A diversely experienced civil engineer and transportation professional, Max Crumit has served as a principal at MCG for the last year. In his spare time, Max Crumit enjoys playing golf and holds membership with the Interlachen Country Club of Winter Park.

Interlachen has served the community of Winter Park, Florida, for more than three decades. During the early 1980s, club founder Selby Sullivan recognized a need for a private golfing facility near Orlando and began sourcing the space he would need for his project. After he and his partner accumulated nearly 300 acres of land, they officially began work on Interlachen in 1983.

Through the help of around 50 “Founder Members,” Sullivan soon garnered the funding he needed to hire golf course architect Joe Lee. Interlachen officially debuted its 18-hole course in November 1985, although it did not yet feature a member clubhouse. Over the next three years, the club opened two facilities that introduced such amenities as a dining room and tennis court.

Interlachen has since continued its commitment to excellence by renovating its golf course. In 2007, architect Steve Smyers enhanced the original design of the course in an effort to better complement the Club’s natural landscape.

Florida Football by Max Crumit

Jim McElwain will have his hands full this November 26th when the Florida State Seminoles host the Gators in Tallahassee.  The Gators have a tough schedule which includes Kentucky, Tennessee, Vanderbilt (they always play tough against the Florida), LSU, Missouri, Georgia, Arkansas, and South Carolina.

However, the Seminoles will prove to be their toughest adversary.  FSU has been polled to be in the top 4 teams this year, and they have pre-season Heisman favorite in running back Dalvin Cook.

The Gators will have to really bring to have a chance of upsetting the Noles at home.

Great theater…great football!

Max Crumit

Max Crumit Bio

Max Crumit earned his bachelor of science in civil engineering in 1984, from the University of Florida. For the rest of the 1980s, he served in positions as design engineer and project manager with Orlando’s Greiner, Inc., and a transportation manager with Orlando’s Dames & Moore. Max Crumit joined the PBSJ transportation company in 1990 as a project manager in the Florida Turnpike District, and rose to the position of president by the time he left following the sale of the firm to Atkins Global in 2010. Around the same time, he returned to the academic environment to complete a business training program through the Executive Business Institute at the University of Chicago.

Max Crumit subsequently held positions as a senior transportation executive with RS&H, the Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority, and CH2M Hill. Since October of 2015, Mr. Crumit has been consulting with firms in the toll road industry.