Director, Environmental Services

  • Education

    M.S., Environmental Engineering, The Johns Hopkins University; B.S., Environmental Science, Virginia Tech

  • Three things I can't live without:

    Family, friends, and learning.

  • What's at the top of your bucket list?

    Being the best dad I can be.

  • What book are you currently reading?

    Aquaponic Gardening.


Scott oversees the environmental design, permitting, planning, and natural resource assessment efforts from Maryland to South Carolina, and GIS services companywide. A self-professed stream nerd with over 20 years of experience performing all aspects of environmental services, Scott particularly enjoys stream assessment and restoration work and has led restoration efforts on some of the largest, most complicated, and award-winning restoration projects in the mid-Atlantic. 


He has served as the President of the Maryland Stream Restoration Association and is currently on the advisory committee for the Chesapeake Bay Trust’s Pooled Monitoring Group; the Chesapeake Bay Program’s Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee (STAC) for Legacy Sediments; and the STAC for Sustainable Streams. He is also a member of the Chesapeake Bay Program’s Stream Health Workgroup.


Outside of work, Scott loves spending time with his wife and watching his children’s sporting events, dance, musical and artistic performances. Always interested in learning more, he’s recently started to learn how to fly fish, and enjoys gardening, hiking, running, swimming, and exploring.