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Patrick Judd

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City: Detroit

Challenges: Connect Communities to the Value of Water, Cultivate Resilience in Water Infrastructure Systems, Mitigate Nutrient Loading and Its Environmental Impacts, Reduce and Remediate Urban Pollution

Areas of Expertise: Ecological Engineering, Environmental Biology, Life Cycle Assessment, Other, Traditional Environmental Knowledge

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Patrick Judd is the Senior Manager of ECT-Ann Arbor's Landscape Architecture/Green Infrastructure Studio. His work experience includes site master planning, design and construction administration of corporate and commercial sites, public recreation land, non-motorized trail planning and development, Native American lands, natural areas restoration, including streams and wetlands, and whole systems farm planning. Patrick is well versed with Midwest native plant communities, green stormwater infrastructure, and land sculpting, knowledge which allows ecosystem services integration for projects. Patrick brings a pragmatic eye to the design and planning process. His combination of knowledge about Great Lakes native habitats, site programming and social interfaces leads to translating that knowledge into design criteria for the preparation of site master plans through to construction documents and implementation -- critical for a project that must respond to the needs of both the environment and people. Currently, Patrick serves in a host of leadership roles in the region that include seats on the advisory committee for Great Lakes Green Infrastructure Champions, Lansing Community College’s Landscape Architecture Program, as a Board Member of the Southeast Michigan Sustainable Business Forum, as a Board Member Emeritus of the Wildflower Association of Michigan, USGBC - Detroit's Sustainable Detroit Forum conference committee, he also is a frequent guest lecturer on a range of topics including: sustainable sites and landscape design, natural systems restoration and management, and rainwater management designs. From 2007 to 2011, Patrick was the Project Development Co-chair for the Southeast Michigan Sustainable Business Forum. Patrick has also participated in and delivered lectures outside of the United States, including his role as a speaker on wetland conservation at the International Wetland Conference at Tainan University, Taiwan, and for city planning officials for Taipei, Taiwan.

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Patrick Judd

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City: Detroit

Challenges: Connect Communities to the Value of Water, Cultivate Resilience in Water Infrastructure Systems, Mitigate Nutrient Loading and Its Environmental Impacts, Reduce and Remediate Urban Pollution

Areas of Expertise: Ecological Engineering, Environmental Biology, Life Cycle Assessment, Other, Traditional Environmental Knowledge

Skills: None

Soft Skills: Public Speaking

Programming Languages: None

Patrick Judd is the Senior Manager of ECT-Ann Arbor's Landscape Architecture/Green Infrastructure Studio. His work experience includes site master planning, design and construction administration of corporate and commercial sites, public recreation land, non-motorized trail planning and development, Native American lands, natural areas restoration, including streams and wetlands, and whole systems farm planning. Patrick is well versed with Midwest native plant communities, green stormwater infrastructure, and land sculpting, knowledge which allows ecosystem services integration for projects. Patrick brings a pragmatic eye to the design and planning process. His combination of knowledge about Great Lakes native habitats, site programming and social interfaces leads to translating that knowledge into design criteria for the preparation of site master plans through to construction documents and implementation -- critical for a project that must respond to the needs of both the environment and people. Currently, Patrick serves in a host of leadership roles in the region that include seats on the advisory committee for Great Lakes Green Infrastructure Champions, Lansing Community College’s Landscape Architecture Program, as a Board Member of the Southeast Michigan Sustainable Business Forum, as a Board Member Emeritus of the Wildflower Association of Michigan, USGBC - Detroit's Sustainable Detroit Forum conference committee, he also is a frequent guest lecturer on a range of topics including: sustainable sites and landscape design, natural systems restoration and management, and rainwater management designs. From 2007 to 2011, Patrick was the Project Development Co-chair for the Southeast Michigan Sustainable Business Forum. Patrick has also participated in and delivered lectures outside of the United States, including his role as a speaker on wetland conservation at the International Wetland Conference at Tainan University, Taiwan, and for city planning officials for Taipei, Taiwan.

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