Andrew M. Glucksman, LEED AP
Natural Resources Practice Lead
Andrew Glucksman, PMP and LEED AP serves as the Natural Resources Practice Lead and is responsible for project management and technical project completion. Andrew has over 21 years of technical experience in environmental science and helps agencies navigate complex federal, state, and local regulations to help agencies address and achieve their mission objectives.
Andrew manages project delivery and resourcing for NEPA projects, overseeing internal and team professionals including wetland biologists, environmental planners, cultural resource specialists, wildlife biologists, GIS analysts, permitting specialists, and hydrogeologists. He addresses impacts related to federal and state jurisdictional wetlands, federal- and state-listed wildlife, traffic, noise, visual aesthetics, contaminated sites, cultural resources, air quality, coastal zone consistency, water quality, cumulative impacts, and permit compliance. As part of the NEPA process, Andrew coordinates with federal agencies including USACE, USFWS, NOAA, ACHP, FAA, and others to address federal regulations and executive orders, as well as state, and local agency, Native American, and community stakeholders. Andrew also supports Mabbett’s Site Assessment & Remediation Group on field programs to identify baseline environmental conditions, including Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments and projects requiring incremental sampling methodology. Andrew has successfully completed NEPA projects from New York to Puerto Rico, California, and Alaska for agencies including the US Department of Veterans Affairs, USACE Baltimore, USACE New York, the Missile Defense Agency, and the Food and Drug Administration.
Contact Andrew at firstname.lastname@example.org
MS, Agronomy, Clemson University
BS, Natural Resources Sciences, University of Rhode Island