Since 1997, Christopher M. Calvert, AICP, has been an integral member of the transportation and environmental planning community. In 2000, Mr. Calvert joined AKRF, where he now leads environmental review assignments and transportation planning projects. He also directs the firm's NEPA practice for transportation projects.
During his tenure at AKRF, Mr. Calvert has been involved with a number of the firm’s high-profile NEPA projects including the Permanent World Trade Center PATH Terminal, Second Avenue Subway, the World Trade Center Memorial and Redevelopment Plan, the Whitney Museum, and the Atlantic Yards Development.
He was project manager for the Tappan Zee Bridge Hudson River Crossing Project, the Portageville Bridge Project, and our ongoing work for the rehabilitation of the Bruckner and Sheridan Expressways. He directs our efforts on the I-81 Viaduct Project in Syracuse as well as assignments for the New York City Department of Transportation, New York State Department of Transportation Regions 8 and 11, and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
Mr. Calvert earned his B.A. in Urban Studies at DePaul University and his M.C.P. in Land Use and Land Development at Georgia Institute of Technology. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners. He represented AKRF when the firm was awarded the Project of the Year by the Institute for Transportation Engineers Met Section, and he has presented multiple poster sessions at the Transportation Research Board Annual Conference.