Nicholas holds a B.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Cornell University and a Masters in Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning with a concentration in Urban Design from the University of Pennsylvania School of Design. At Cornell he concentrated his studies on water treatment and water resourcing and worked on a project team to design energy independent water treatment plants for countries of the global south. At Penn, his studio projects focused on issues pertaining to stormwater management and coastal resiliency from Philadelphia and New York to Amsterdam and Colombia.
Nicholas has a passion for solving problems which find themselves at the intersection of ecology, urban hydrology, and social impact. He joined eDesign Dynamics in summer 2017 as a Project Engineer working on green stormwater infrastructure projects where he uses his combined skill set and interests in engineering, design, and environmental sustainability to work on complex urban hydrologic issues.