Julian has a wide range of experience in environmental review and land use planning including preparing both NEPA and CEQA documents for urban infill, flood control, and infrastructure projects. He has worked with agencies including the National Park Service, Federal Emergency Management Agency, U.S. Coast Guard, and various planning departments.
He has a strong track record of integrating various regulations into the environmental review process, including compliance with the California Coastal Act, McAteer-Petris Act, Executive Orders 11990 and 11988, and the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966. He served as deputy project manager for the 1979 Mission Street Mixed-Use Project Focused EIR, where his duties included multiple rounds of revisions to the subconsultant’s shadow study for the EIR Shadow secton. He has also prepared and presented staff reports for the City of Berkeley Planning Commission and Zoning Adjustments Board.
Julian’s past experience includes researching and writing a sea-level rise adaptation guidance document for municipalities to utilize. His strengths include interpreting and applying regulations and code sections, and reviewing technical studies.
|URS Corporation / AECOM||Environmental Planner||March 2014 – March 2016|
|City of Berkeley Planning Department||Planning Commission Intern||June 2013 – March 2014|
|Rails-to-Trails Conservancy||Intern||January 2012 – May 2012|
Bachelor of Arts, Urban Planning, San Francisco State University