| Mr. O’Byrne, a licensed landscape architect, received a BLA degree from the
College of Environmental Science and Forestry @ Syracuse University in 1986. He has
over 19 years of experience as a principal and senior manager in the planning,
permitting, and design of land development projects.
In 1990, Tim established a Capital District (NY) based landscape architecture and
planning firm. In 1996, he sold his firm to one of the “Engineering News Records” top
300 Architecture / Engineering firms and became a principal in the acquiring company.
He was responsible for over $ 2.5 million in annual revenues and a multi-disciplinary
staff of 25. Tim has also established a “Business Development and Marketing Group”
for a prominent Hudson Valley (NY) engineering firm.
Tim currently serves as Director of Operations for Martha Schwartz Partners, an
international landscape architecture and urban design firm head-quartered in Boston,
MA. He is also a NYS licensed real estate agent with TL Metzger & Associates, LLC in
Albany, NY and is President of O’Byrne Associates, LLC.
|Land Development Experience:
| Mr. O’Byrne’s project experience includes: Office and retail development; single
and multi-family residential communities; institutional facilities; and mobile
communication sites throughout the northeastern United States. Throughout his career,
Tim has focused on client satisfaction and on-time / under budget project execution by
driving project Schedules, maintaining Budgets, and monitoring overall Quality. Areas of
Site Feasibility / Acquisition Support – Conducted due diligence feasibility studies of land
parcels to assess use restrictions, potential environmental issues, land use options,
zoning / permitting implications, project review time frames, and the availability /
capacity of utilities and infrastructure.
Project Management – Able to drive project from inception through construction.
Responsible for overall project profitability from preparation of scope of work, budgets,
and schedules. Solicited, analyzed bids, and coordinated sub-consultants. Responsible
for the review of submittals, change orders, requests for payment, and invoices.
Regulatory Permits and Approvals – Responsible for the coordination of all local,
regional, state, and federal permits and approvals, inclusive of: planning and zoning,
health department, Department of Transportation, federal and state wetlands, stream
disturbance, and archeological assessments. Projects have required significant public
presentations and the preparation of Environmental Impact Statements.