Michael P. Stringer, AICP

Principal Planner

Michael has over 15 years of experience in urban and environmental planning. He excels at integrating the perspectives of different technical disciplines and engaging community stakeholders to create land use plans built on economic feasibility, consensus, and sustainability. He uses his diverse skill set, including master planning, natural resource assessment, policy analysis, permitting, facilitation, and…

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I work at the intersection of the built and natural environments. I am passionate about helping communities create and implement plans that improve their economy and environment.
I work at the intersection of the built and natural environments. I am passionate about helping communities create and implement plans that improve their economy and environment.
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Who is Michael P. Stringer, AICP?

Michael has over 15 years of experience in urban and environmental planning. He excels at integrating the perspectives of different technical disciplines and engaging community stakeholders to create land use plans built on economic feasibility, consensus, and sustainability. He uses his diverse skill set, including master planning, natural resource assessment, policy analysis, permitting, facilitation, and grant writing, to help communities build a vision and carry it through design to implementation. He has guided over 20 communities through integrated cleanup and redevelopment plans for brownfield properties and helped them obtain over $14 million, collectively, in grant funding. He has prepared award-winning land use plans and successful organizational strategic plans. Michael is an effective facilitator who has guided diverse stakeholder groups to develop flooding and coastal resiliency plans and environmental policy reforms. He has conducted environmental review and permitting of complicated waterfront projects.

Education

Master of Science in Conservation Biology and Sustainable Development, University of Maryland

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science, Rutgers University

Bachelor of Arts in English, Rutgers University

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