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Timothy Robertson
Senior Environmental & Regulatory Manager
Baton Rouge, LA

Timothy Robertson is a Senior Project Manager in the Environmental Section. Tim has 20 years’ experience on the areas of Federal, State and Local regulations, railroad regulations, wetlands, and land use. He advises and represents companies and individuals on such issues as development, siting of major facilities; environmental regulatory compliance; federal, state and local permitting; and advises on the reduction or avoidance of wetland impacts.

Prior to being hired by MPH, Inc. in 2007, Tim work for 16 years with the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources as a Coastal Management Specialist and Coastal Management Scientist. During his tenure with the state, Tim was the Subject Matter Expert for major pipeline systems, major transportation infrastructure, ports, subdivisions and marinas, major flood and hurricane protection levees, and mitigation projects. During this time, he wrote and managed Federal Grants and was on the committee on Implementation of Section 16 of the Pipeline Safety Act of 2002. Also, he was instrumental in the development of the Louisiana Department of Natural Resource’s regulatory streamlining process and its associated automated permitting process (SONRIS).

Education, Certifications & Training:
  • Bachelor of Geography, Louisiana Tech University, 1989
  • Louisiana State University Graduate School, Masters Studies in Environmental Science, Louisiana State University, 1990 – 1992
  • Wetland Delineation Training Workshop – Wetland Biogeochemistry Institute of Louisiana State University, 1994
  • Private Lands Technical Assistance – Louisiana Cooperative Extension Service, 1994
  • Plant Identification Training - Wetland Training Institute, 1994
  • Interagency Wetland Delineation Training - US Army Corps of Engineers, US Environmental Protection Agency and US Natural Resources Conservation Service, 1996
  • Grant Writing Workshops - Environmental Protection Agency, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997
  • Introduction to Wetland Remote Sensing and Mapping – United States Geologic Service and University of Lafayette, 2004
  • Introduction to ArcGIS I – United States Geologic Service and University of Lafayette, 2005
  • Introduction to National Wetlands Classification Systems – United States Geologic Service and University of Lafayette, 2005
  • Advanced Wetland Photo Interpretation – United States Geologic Service and University of Lafayette, March 2006
  • National Incident Management Systems – US Department of Homeland Security, August 2006
  • President’s Transportation Award for Environment – American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, 2004. For work conducted on the new elevated Louisiana Highway 1.
  • Coastal America Partnership Award – 2003. For work conducted on the Cameron Creole Watershed Marsh Terracing Project.


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