Andy Reese

Andy Reese, P.E., LEED AP

AMEC Foster Wheeler

Andy Reese brings over 35 years of experience in a wide variety of stormwater management, water resources, hydraulic and hydrologic engineering research, and management roles to Forester University.  Andy is a recognized national leader in the development of local stormwater programs, LID design, green infrastructure, and financing studies for local government including participating in and managing the development of over 25 stormwater utilities.  Andy also has extensive experience in channel stability assessment and remediation having served with the Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station in the development of stable stream assessment tools and bank protection design criteria. Andy’s responsibilities have included management of large and complex municipal stormwater program developments, hydraulic engineering research, teaching at Vanderbilt University, conducting short courses nationally on stormwater management, performing water quality studies, and regulatory compliance, serving as an instructor for Corps of Engineers training in computer modeling, channel design, spillway design, and other subjects, performing financial studies for development of stormwater utilities, developing ordinances and regulations, facilitating discussions, developing and executing public awareness programs, software development, and computer modeling, and design. Andy is also a popular writer, speaker, and meeting facilitator having delivered a number of keynote speeches across the United States, and having facilitated more than 25 citizen groups on various subjects.

Andy has worked extensively in the areas of LID and Green Infrastructure programs and design for such cities as Philadelphia, Nashville, Atlanta and others. Andy has particular experience in the key areas of: technical criteria development, GI master planning, GI modeling, incentive development, program planning, and implementation, compliance, real time GI controls, residential GI implementation, ordinance development, institutional hurdle identification and removal, public education, and GI site prioritization and design.

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