Mike has a broad base of professional experience in environmental engineering with special expertise in watershed protection, nutrient management and groundwater recharge. As a technical leader for the Firm’s wastewater group, he utilizes his professional expertise to evaluate problems, explore options for remedies and guide the selection and implementation of engineering solutions. Mike has managed Wright-Pierce’s Special Projects Division, specializing in state-of-the-art wastewater management systems, pilot plant studies, innovative and alternative nutrient recycling processes, natural treatment systems and water reuse.

His 43+ years of professional experience include a wide range of environmental engineering projects. He has served as project manager on the design and construction of sewers, wastewater treatment plants and and land-based effluent disposal systems; technical assistance to planning boards and boards of health on water quality issues; pilot plant studies of innovative systems for removal of nutrients from wastewater and septage; and development of sludge composting projects. He is actively involved in wastewater planning on Cape Cod, where nitrogen management is critical to coastal pond protection.

My best advice...

Chance favors the prepared mind.

A book that moves me...

Daniel James Brown's "Boys in the Boat"