CMT would like to welcome Robyn Hartz, a new senior environmental scientist in our St. Petersburg, FL office.

Robyn has more than 20 years of experience in noise and air quality, working in more than 20 states and three countries. She has experience in highway, rail, and aviation and her projects have ranged from analyzing improvements for rural locations to determining noise impacts for an EIS involving multiple alternatives on 75 miles of roadway.  She has worked on projects at all levels from the initial environmental EA/CE document stage all the way through the design and even design-build projects. She is also active in her local Advancing Women in Transportation chapter as a member of the Transportation YOU committee. Her commitment to the industry is exemplified in her participation and leadership in the Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) and work with various local educators to promote STEM to ages as young as pre-school.

Robyn likes to bring a friendly personable approach to her project management to ensure that all involved feel and to ensure that the client is getting the product they expect.

Robyn graduated her bachelor’s in civil engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute and two master’s degrees in Transportation Engineering and City and Regional Planning, Transportation Planning from Georgia Institute of Technology