Needham, MA – The Environmental Business Council of New England is pleased to announce that the existing EBC Infrastructure Committee is focusing its efforts on the Transportation Industry. The re-envisioned EBC Transportation Infrastructure Committee will address environmental business-related public policy developments impacting the transportation sector and explore opportunities arising from transportation infrastructure spending in New England, along with other timely topics as they arise. The Transportation Infrastructure Committee plans to address a wide variety of transportation topics, from both a strategic perspective and in detail, that are of concern and interest to EBC members and their clients.
Newly installed Committee Chair, Samuel “Sam” Moffett, Senior Principal Planner at Weston & Sampson, has led the EBC team to re-position the Committee’s focus. In addition, Matt Shultz, Business Unit Manager at Woods Hole Group has joined the Leadership Team.
More about Sam:
Sam Moffett, AICP has more than 25 years of professional experience, specializing in transportation infrastructure permitting and planning. His experience includes electrical infrastructure siting, planning, and permitting services for utility clients; NEPA compliance, resiliency, and planning services for transportation agencies, municipalities, and military clients; permitting for merchant solar electric facilities; and critical issues and siting studies for proposed merchant power generation facilities. At Weston & Sampson, Sam provides leadership for the firm’s growth in infrastructure design, planning, and permitting. A certified planner, Sam earned his MA in Urban and Environmental Policy from Tufts University and his BA in Government from the Harvard University Extension School.
More about Matt:
Matt Shultz, PE, D.CE is the Business Unit Manager for Environment & Climate at Woods Hole Group, Inc. He has over 15 years of experience in the evaluation of coastal hazards and the development of flood mitigation solutions for reducing risks and offering increased resilience in a changing climate. His areas of expertise include the design of structural and non‐structural features for the protection of coastal infrastructure, as well as the modeling of coastal and estuarine hydrodynamics, waves, and sediment transport processes. Matt is board certified by ACOPNE in coastal engineering and is currently licensed as a Professional Engineer in RI, MA, CT, DE, FL, and LA. He earned his MS in Ocean Engineering from the University of Rhode Island and his BS in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Tufts University.
Please get in touch with Sam, Matt, or EBC staff if you are interesting in joining the Committee Leadership Team.