Linh Do is an environmental scientist with over 25 years of experience in project management and mobile and stationary source air quality analyses.
Ms. Do specializes in the management of National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), State Environmental Quality Review (SEQR), and City Environmental Quality Review (CEQR) environmental assessments and impact statements. Ms. Do has successfully overseen large, complex environmental assessments through the public land use and environmental review process. She is knowledgeable in the technical environmental areas required by New York City, New York State, and various federal agencies.
Ms. Do's current and recent assignments include Domino Rezoning, a large-scale proposal to redevelop vacant industrial parcels on the Williamsburg Brooklyn waterfront into a 2.86 million square foot development containing mixed-income residential, commercial office, retail, and community facility uses; the City's Downtown Brooklyn Redevelopment Project, which is a public planning effort to create opportunities for stimulating and integrating commercial, academic, and residential development in the Downtown Brooklyn area; the Atlantic Yards Arena and Development Project, a proposed large-scale mixed-use commercial, retail, residential, and arena complex in Brooklyn; and One Bryant Park, a commercial office development in midtown Manhattan.
Ms. Do graduated from Columbia University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Physics. She has also completed several graduate courses in atmospheric sciences at New York University.