Kevin is a civil engineer and permitting specialist with over 15 years of experience in site/civil engineering, stormwater management design, environmental permitting, hydrologic/hydraulic modeling, and erosion control planning. He started working with “low impact development” methods prior to their widespread acceptance and has been designing natural stormwater management systems his entire career. His primary role at Stone is to provide internal engineering support for planning and design phase projects involving stormwater management, open channel hydraulics, and rainfall-runoff hydrology, as well as provide technical support for Stone’s agricultural stewardship and flow monitoring projects.
Prior to joining Stone, Kevin worked at environmental consulting and engineering firms where he prepared construction plans, environmental permit applications, and restoration or mitigation designs for streams and wetlands. He has experience with ground mounted solar installations, the hydroelectric and dam sector, and fish passage assessments on multiple scales. His varied experience has spanned many project types, with core expertise in hydrologic analysis, open channel hydraulics, and watershed planning.
Years of Experience 16
Years at Stone 1
Licensed Professional Engineer (PE) in Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, New York, and Pennsylvania.
MS, Civil Engineering, 2002, University of Maine
BS, Environmental Science, 2000, SUNY-Plattsburgh, cum laude
AS, Engineering Science, 1997, Jefferson Community College