Paul provides clients with strategic direction towards designing and implementing emission reduction projects across all mobile source sectors. Since joining MJB&A in 1999, Paul has supported MJB&A’s growth in strategic transportation initiatives, managing complex, multi-faceted projects ranging from hybrid-electric vehicles and non-road construction retrofits to locomotive generator set conversions and marine repowers.
Recent projects have encompassed all aspects of grant administration, from identifying funding sources (DERA, CMAQ, FTA) to preparing more than fifteen successful grant applications, and post-award management. Grant management efforts directed by Paul include contract evaluation and negotiation, finance and budget management, quarterly reporting and preparation of technical project reports.
Before joining MJB&A, Paul worked for several national environmental consulting firms with focus on conducting air quality impact analyses for industrial and mobile sources providing industrial permitting, dispersion modeling, emission reporting, and managed the development of several major Title V operating permits and environmental impact statements for major transportation improvement plans. Paul continues to draw on this experience in serving existing clients at MJB&A.
Paul holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell and is a Registered Engineer-In-Training with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Paul is a member of the Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA).