Harry Zimmerman Jr., PECONSULTANT Send an email
Mr. Zimmerman has supported Marstel-Day clients in developing successful strategic and tactical approaches to difficult challenges in such venues as contaminated property conveyances, conversion, redevelopment, and cleanup; federal agency budget analyses and investment strategies; senior program management education and professional development; procurement strategies to optimize “performance-based” contracting initiatives; balancing environmental cleanup imperatives against potential natural resource damages; developing new strategic directions and management alternatives for a research and development agency in the federal sector; opening lines of communication and team building among environmental regulators, master developers, federal, state, and local government officials, environmental contractors, and insurance providers; and providing expert consultation in DoD policy development, among others.
Mr. Zimmerman is a former Navy civilian career executive with extensive experience and unique skills in facilities design and construction; installations planning and project development; research and development in physical security, blast design, and environmental cleanup technologies; procurement of complex integrated IT systems for engineering, mapping, facilities assessment, and technical analyses; BRAC planning, execution, cleanup, conversion, redevelopment, and brownfields solutions; conservation of natural and cultural resources; base buffering; performance-based contracting; fast-track design-build; sustainable design; fixed-price environmental cleanups; best value source selections; worldwide program management; and multi-billion dollar budget execution.
Mr. Zimmerman holds a BS in civil engineering from Drexel University and an MPA from American University. He is a registered professional engineer in Virginia.