Scott C. Blossom P.E., CFM, LEED AP
Scott has lived and worked in Virginia for the past 20 years, is a Certified Floodplain Manager and LEED Accredited Professional in addition to being certified as a professional civil engineer in Virginia, Maryland, Washington, Oregon and United States Virgin Islands. He is design engineer of record on multiple similar civil, floodplain, stream, dam and stormwater engineering projects and has managed and help execute both small and large scale water resource engineering projects for municipalities, military installations and private clients. Throughout his 20-year career Scott has assessed, designed and oversaw engineering and construction activities on dozens of stormwater BMPs, stream and wetland restoration projects, working and integrating as a component of high-performance teams. Scott C. Blossom P.E. is an active member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and a sustaining member of the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME), focused on mentorship and community service. In his free time Scott enjoys spending time with his family, coaching, live music and exploring the wild and wonderful outdoors.
Christy S. Hill, P.E
Christy currently provides water resources engineering services including hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, design and plan preparation in support of dam safety related projects, stormwater management, stream restoration, and floodplain management projects. Mrs. Hill is a certified stormwater inspector and plan reviewer in Virginia. Christy, over the past 14 years and with prior firms, has specifically trained and specialized in stormwater management design with a focus on low impact development practices, leading plan review and developing stormwater master plans. Additionally, she has focused on DCR’s Dam Safety Regulations on Impounding Structures. Christy was senior engineer on a 5-year, 2M/YR annual contract with Fort Pickett in Blackstone, Virginia. Through this contract, Christy supported engineering design efforts for multiple projects including infrastructure assessments, stormwater master planning and design, stream restoration, and dam safety projects. Christy assisted with an assessment of the Army National Guard facilities in relation to MS4 permit requirements.
Ryan J Schopp
Currently, Ryan provides engineering and environmental support services and ecological assessments. Ryan is a Veteran of the U.S. Coast Guard, serving throughout the Southeast United States and Caribbean as a Boatswain’s Mate. Mr. Schopp is a VA state certified erosion and sediment control inspector, OSHA 3 certified, and LEED Green Associate. Ryan brings degrees in Sustainability Technology and Environmental Biology and assists with GIS and plan preparation, complementing projects teams as engineering technician and environmental scientist, responsible for plan production and drafting. Ryan provides specialty services in Pond Bathymetry, Ecological Assessments, Environmental Inventory, and Geolocation Services. In their spare time, Ryan and his wife enjoy birdwatching, hiking, and beekeeping.
Nicholas J. Lauretta, P.E., LEED AP
Nick Lauretta is a LEED accredited Professional Engineer with eighteen years’ experience designing and managing a variety of projects. Nick enjoys creating the spaces needed for a growing and diverse population with a focus on sustainability, quality design, and attention to detail. Mr. Lauretta has served as civil engineer and project manager on multiple projects from design and environmental permitting, studies, and master planning to construction management and closeout documents. His civil experience includes emphasis on State and local regulatory permitting, Low Impact Development, US Army Corps of Engineers project delivery, stormwater treatment and conveyance, sewer collection systems, and water supply systems. Nick currently provides water resources engineering services including hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, design and plan preparation, stream restoration, and floodplain management projects.