AMT is pleased to announce that Mike Glickman, P.E., PTOE has joined the firm as an Associate and will be based in the firm’s Chantilly, Virginia office. He will lead AMT’s traffic engineering efforts in the region. Glickman comes to AMT with more than 22 years of experience having built a career of successful transportation projects. His work has focused on traffic engineering department management as well as completing many transportation planning and traffic engineering projects. He has previously served as a director of transportation planning and traffic engineering for other consulting firms and has an in-depth understanding of the VDOT, DDOT and regional, county and municipal transportation operations. His experience includes responsibility for tasks involving traffic studies, signal design, signing and pavement marking plans, maintenance of traffic, pedestrian circulation and safety enhancements, and much more. Glickman holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from George Mason University and is also a Professional Traffic Operations Engineer (PTOE). He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Tennessee, Florida and the District of Columbia.
AMT also welcomes Ginny Snead, P.E. She has joined the firm as a Stormwater Program Manager and will be based in the firm’s new Williamsburg, Virginia office. She will champion AMT’s water resources efforts regionally. Snead comes to AMT with over 20 years of experience specializing in water resources with a combination of environmental consulting and state government regulatory experience. She previously directed Virginia’s Office of Stormwater at the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) and managed the Office of Regulatory Programs the Department of Conservation of Recreation (DCR). Prior to state government, she served in a consulting project manager role for 14 years managing a variety of large and small environmental projects including on-call water resources engineering services, water and wastewater engineering, solid waste, policy development, stormwater utility development, brownfields, hazardous waste, and risk assessment. Ms. Snead serves on several US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Chesapeake Bay Program Work Groups, the Urban Stormwater Work Group and the Trading and Offsets Work Group. She obtained her Master of Science degree in environmental engineering and policy from Johns Hopkins University. Her Bachelor of Science degree was achieved at the University of Virginia with an environmental science focus. Snead is a licensed Professional Engineer in Virginia and Maryland.