Katie Moniz joined Fort Point Associates, Inc. as a Senior Project Manager in 2019. A Registered Professional Civil Engineer and a Certified Planner and Certified Floodplain Manager, Ms. Moniz is LEED AP and BD+C accredited and brings nearly 15 years of experience in civil and site land development. Her work has focused on commercial office and retail developments and multi-family residential projects in the Greater Boston area, as well as performing critical infrastructure vulnerability analyses and adaptive site designs to improve project site resilience to the effects of climate change.
Prior to joining FPA, Ms. Moniz worked as an engineer and project manager at a Boston-area civil engineering and planning firm, where she gained a deep knowledge of the local, state, and federal project approval processes, designed low-impact stormwater management systems for sites, and oversaw construction administration services. Her recent work has centered on climate preparedness and resilience planning efforts at the site, neighborhood, and district scales throughout Massachusetts. Ms. Moniz is also a Massachusetts Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) certified provider and has worked with numerous cities and towns on their municipal climate resiliency planning and preparedness efforts.
Ms. Moniz holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and a joint Master of Science in Urban and Environmental Planning and Civil Engineering from Tufts University. She is an active member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Climate Resiliency Committee, NAIOP Massachusetts Government Affairs Committee and Leadership Council, and the Massachusetts chapter of the American Planning Association (APA). She is serving her sixth two-year term as a member of the City of Medford Conservation Commission and currently holds the position of Chair of this Commission.