Paul joined EV in 2007 bringing with him a wealth of experience in water quality engineering, site design and permitting. Since then, he has grown into a project management role, focusing on the whole project and client relationship. In 2012, Paul became a principal of the firm and senior engineer with supervisory responsibility for growing team members.
Paul’s wide range of experience includes site design, project management, contract administration, and permitting at the local, state and federal levels. Paul’s approach to projects combines a strong interest in sustainable design with an understanding of the operational implications that follow.
His recent projects include site design and lead on the Act 250 process for reconstruction of the Waterbury State Office Complex, stormwater and site design for Union Elementary School in Montpelier, and site design for the Community Sailing Center in Burlington. Other recent projects include grading, stormwater, and utility design for an extension of Lake Street, on the Burlington waterfront, and engineering for the King Street Center in Burlington.
Paul’s expertise includes numerous stormwater design projects in Vermont, many within stormwater-impaired watersheds and involving offsets, municipal stormwater treatment easements, and sediment load reductions.
Why did you choose EV?
I was ready to get more involved with more comprehensive projects and have the ability to grow into an ownership position.
What gives you the most satisfaction in your work?
What’s your favorite way to pass time?
Anything outdoors and working on home improvements to my fixer-upper.
What’s the best advice you’ve received—so far?
To know when to agree to disagree.