SME Green Infrastructure
Shandor Szalay is a nationally-recognized leader in helping communities design and implement large scale green infrastructure programs for MS4 and CSO compliance, flood resiliency, and community benefit. Mr. Szalay has played a vital role in shaping some of the Nation's most well known and successful green infrastructure and wet weather programs, including Philadelphia's Green City Clean Water Program, New York City's Green Infrastructure program, Prince George's County Maryland Clean Water Partnership, and the DC Water Clean Program. Mr. Szalay's experience includes policy analysis, program development, concept design and feasibility studies, master planning, engineering design, stormwater incentive and credit program development, construction management, maintenance and monitoring program development, and applied research. Mr. Szalay is currently leading the development of a Stormwater Strategic Plan for the City of Pittsburgh and is currently serving on the Expert Advisory Panel for the City of Vancouver's Heathy Waters Plan Mr. Szalay is also Adjunct Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Villanova University, where he teaches graduate coursework on River Mechanics and Engineering and a Senior Advisor at the University of Pennsylvania Water Center.