Shandor Szalay is Senior Vice President and Director of AKRF’s Water Resources Practice.
Mr. Szalay has extensive design and project management experience in a broad range of disciplines relating to sustainable water resources and infrastructure management, including natural channel and bioengineering stream restoration, hydraulic and hydrologic analysis, green infrastructure management design, public outreach natural landscape restoration, and watershed management and planning.
Mr. Szalay has spoken and written widely on a variety of topics related to sustainable water management and is currently an adjunct faculty member at Villanova University and guest lecturer at Philadelphia University. Mr. Szalay has also served on numerous panels and committees to advise policy discussions on water resources issues.
Currently, Mr. Szalay is a member of the methods subcommittee of the Pennsylvania Best Management Practice (BMP) manual revision committee and an invited reviewer for the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary Regional Restoration Priority Initiative.
Mr. Szalay earned a B.S. in Environmental Biology from the SUNY-College of Environmental Science and Forestry, and a M.S. in Water Resource Science from the University of Minnesota.