Kenneth P. Fields joined Fort Point Associates, Inc. as Senior Project Manager in 2014. Mr. Fields has over 35 years of professional experience in waterfront planning and policy, with a focus on environmental and land use permitting for complex projects.
Prior to joining FPA, Ken worked with several engineering firms in the Commonwealth. Ken is also a former regulator, having served as the Executive Secretary for the Boston Conservation Commission. In addition, Ken’s experience includes serving as a Permit Manager for the Central Artery/Tunnel Project, where he was responsible for the coordination of permit acquisition and regulatory approvals in South Boston and East Boston. Ken has specific expertise permitting coastal and harbor projects for private sector and energy sector companies. He has also provided planning and permitting services for numerous local public agencies such as the Massachusetts Port Authority, Coastal Zone Management, Department of Conservation and Recreation, the Boston Redevelopment Authority, the New Bedford Harbor Development Commission, the City of Gloucester, the City of Salem, and the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority.
Mr. Fields is well versed in public presentations and community/stakeholder process; He served as Co-Chair of the Greater Boston Urban Resources Partnership, Vice–Chair of the Rezoning Advisory Committee in Boston’s Hyde Park neighborhood, and led the Preservation Committee of the StoneyBrook Civic Association. He holds a Juris Doctorate from Suffolk University Law School, and was admitted to the Bar in 1995.