Todd Hicks, PMP
Education & Major Certifications
PMP, PMI Certification Institute, October 2016
Masters of Science, Mechanical Engineering, Naval Post Graduate School, Sept. 2007
Systems Engineering Certificate Naval Post Graduate School Sept. 2007
Bachelors of Science, Mechanical Engineering University of Rochester, May 2001
Assoc. of Science Technology, Nuclear Engineering Thomas Edison State College, Mar 1998
Program Management Institute
Todd has over 25 years of experience managing complex engineering projects, contracts, production, and life cycle support programs of nuclear powered and surface warships for the U.S. Navy. He has a thorough understanding of Knowledge Management and Knowledge Management Systems for large organizations.
Todd also performed feasibility studies for the use of Marcellus Shale drill cuttings in a Controlled Low Strength Material for multiple uses in an underground salt mine. His study included engineering and systems design, financial, environmental and logistical analysis. He was the primary author of the Beneficial Use Determination application submitted to the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation. He has a thorough understanding of regulatory requirements and permit application processes. Todd also consulted on PA Department of Environmental Protection regulatory requirements for the reuse of brine salts reclaimed from production water associated with the hydraulic fracturing process employed by the oil and gas industry. He also conducted an engineering economic analysis on converting a long-haul trucking fleet from diesel gas to natural gas.
Joe Daigneau, GISP
Education & Major Certifications
GISP, GIS Certification Institute, September 2007
Master of GIS, Pennsylvania State University, May 2007
Graduate Certificate GIS, Old Dominion University, 2003
Web Design Certificate, Sandhills Community College, 2002
BS. Forestry and Wildlife Management, Virginia Tech., 1995
Supervised Classification of Landsat-7 Imagery for the Detections of Phragmites australis in Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge. Journal of the North Carolina Academy of Science
High Resolution Dune Complex Mapping for the Monitoring of Coastal Landform Change, First Landing State Park, Virginia. Virginia Journal of Science
Ever Green Team (Nonprofit Land Trust Organization) – Secretary, Board of Directors
Virginia Association for Mapping and Land Information Systems (VAMLIS) – 2012 President
National Military Fish and Wildlife Association (NMFWA)
Mr. Daigneau has 20 years’ plus working with Conservation, Information and Geospatial industry. Joe promotes and enforces standardization for government. He provides innovative technological solutions in the areas of data collection, data management, environmental program management, planning, geospatial information systems (GIS), global positioning system (GPS), web application development, e-commerce and consulting. Most of his work has been with the Department of Defense to include Army, Navy and the Air Force but he has worked with other departments in the federal government, state governments and private business. He possesses a wealth of knowledge with government contracting. Joe is currently providing digital service oriented solutions for management decisions, labor reduction, secure financial transactions, increased profits, accountability, safety, real-time communication between clients and end-users and customized report generation.