Bruce Hasbrouck

Bruce Hasbrouck, CEP has been a member of the NAEP since 1988, was Florida Chapter Rep 1996 – 2000 and 2012 -2014, President 2000 – 2002, and Past President 2002 – 2004. At various times Bruce has chaired the Membership, Chapters, and Student Chapter Committees as well as served on numerous other committees. He Co-chaired the 1998 and 2014 Annual Conferences and has attended most and presented at several NAEP conferences since 1992. He is currently the Parliamentarian and Past President of FAEP. He is also the Parliamentarian, has been President twice, and was one of the founding members of the Tampa Bay Chapter. 

Bruce is a Certified Environmental Professional and has been Vice President and Environmental Services Director for Faller, Davis & Associates, Inc since 2005. He previously worked at HDR for 16 years as well as Biological Research Associates, Martel Laboratories, and National Marine Fisheries Services prior. His 38 years of experience includes NEPA studies and documents, permitting, wetland mitigation and restoration, artificial reef design and permitting, and construction management. His environmental consulting experience on public infrastructure projects includes roadways, bridges, trails, airports, solid waste facilities, water supply pipelines, gas pipelines, power plants, watershed studies, and environmental restoration projects.

Bruce obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Marine Biology from the University of South Carolina in 1982 and a Master of Science in Management from National Louis University in 1998. He grew up in east Tennessee and has lived in Florida since 1982. He has two sons and two grandchildren. He and Teri spend a lot of time on their boat, traveling, going to the beach, and spending time with the grandchildren. Bruce is passionate about working with students to give them a better understanding of the extensive opportunities our profession has to offer. He also supports training and education to provide competent scientists who present accurate and unbiased assessments and reporting of the world around us.  

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