Applied Sciences is pleased to announce the addition of Matthew Goolsby, PE, CFM to its team of civil and environmental professionals.
As Senior Water Resources Engineer, Mr. Goolsby will lead Applied Sciences in stormwater master planning, Low Impact Development (LID) design, water resources modeling (ICPR4, SWMM5, XPSWMM), floodplain management and permitting. He will also apply his extensive FEMA expertise to array of topics that include risk mapping, assessment, and planning (Risk MAP), Letter of Map Change (LOMC) review and development, Hazard Mitigation Grant Assistance, and National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) Community Rating System (CRS) support.
Mr. Goolsby holds a Master of Science and a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering, both from the University of Central Florida. His experience covers a spectrum of large and small scale water resources projects from residential stormwater conveyance projects to 10,000 acre ecosystem restoration project in the everglades. He has also been deeply involved with flood risk reduction projects resulting from Hurricane Sandy and Hurricane Katrina, and promotes climate resilient best management practices (BMPs). Mr. Goolsby is a frequent presenter at state and local conferences on topics ranging from ecosystem restoration to guidance on addressing TMDLs. Mr. Goolsby is a much welcomed asset for our clients and our company.
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