Paul specializes in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for transportation, civil engineering, water resources, mitigation, site evaluations, and hazard mapping, and his project experience includes flood study and digital conversion projects. In addition to these projects, his responsibilities include data mining, spatial analysis, image analysis, geocoding, cartographic interpretation, map production, and other facets of high-level geographic research.
Paul’s experience also covers web databases, portals, mapping applications, and web-site designs, and he’s on the forefront of understanding and helping clients implement the new Automated Traffic Signal Performance Measures (ATSPM).
When he’s not in the office, Paul works with organizations like Access Fund to help protect rock climbing environments. He even won an award for his contribution in defending Red River Gorge in Kentucky. Also, his GIS expertise provided on the Community Hazard Assessment and Mitigation Planning System (CHAMPS) in Nashville has helped the project win an American Council of Engineering Companies of Tennessee Grand Award in the Mapping & Technology Category. He’s an award-winner, both on and off the clock.