Mike has over 35 years of experience in stormwater planning and engineering for both public and private clients. This includes hydrologic and hydraulic modeling of floodplains, and bridge hydraulics and scour evaluations. Other applications include watershed modeling in support of wetland mitigation design and drainage/stormwater management design associated with both transportation and general civil projects. He brings a wealth of knowledge to support both stormwater specific and multidisciplinary projects and applies his extensive experience to navigate effectively through stormwater and environmental permitting procedures as required by Federal, State and local governments as well as special permitting districts.
Mike has presented at statewide conferences on topics such as wetland mitigation design, regional stormwater management facilities (Lake Harris Regional Stormwater Facility and Disney Water Quality Treatment & Flood Protection Facility) and urban redevelopment planning (Dunedin Downtown Redevelopment Plan). He recently co-authored an article about the importance of planning for stormwater infrastructure needs in growing communities titled Infrastructure Investments: Stormwater Considerations for Community Growth.
Mike earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Central Florida.