Robert M. White, AICP, is a Senior Vice President at AKRF with over three decades of experience in the management of Environmental Impact Statements (EISs), environmental permitting, infrastructure and ecological studies, and zoning and master planning analyses, particularly as they relate to waterfront and coastal management projects.
Mr. White has been involved in numerous projects throughout the New York metropolitan region, specifically in the five boroughs of New York City, northern and central New Jersey, and Nassau and Suffolk Counties.
He has been the Project Manager for a number of large-scale development and rezoning projects, including the Jamaica Rezoning, East Village Rezoning, and a number of rezoning initiatives along the Gowanus Canal in Brooklyn. He also led the environmental review and permitting work for the Fresh Kills Park Plan on Staten Island and the Colgate Redevelopment Project in Jersey City. Mr. White has also performed multiple environmental reviews and analyses for the New York City Department of Design and Construction for both stormwater management and street improvement projects throughout New York City.
In addition, he has also assisted in the preparation of environmental review documents for a number of power plants in the New York City/Long Island Region, and guided environmental analyses for projects such as the South Richmond and Mid-Island Drainage Plans on Staten Island and the Newtown Creek Water Pollution Control Plant Expansion in Brooklyn.