Mike has more than 30 years of experience as a Geographic Information Specialist and uses GIS to present data and support project decision-making processes. He supports the aviation, surface transportation, federal programs, and environmental practices utilizing GIS and spatial graphics applications to solve complex geographic analysis. GIS is used in conjunction with U.S. Census data to conduct environmental justice and population impact studies, as well as noise sensitive mapping, noise exposure mapping, land use, noise barrier, and noise mitigation mapping. His experience includes the collection, creation, and management of spatial data used to streamline existing workflows; facilitation of information sharing; and development of spatial data resulting in enhanced thematic maps and graphic information products to satisfy project requirements.
Mike holds a B.S. in Geographic Information Systems & Cartography summa cum laude from Salem State College and an A.S. in Survey and Highway Engineering Technology from the Northeastern University.