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LMI’s New Infrastructure Analytics VP Calls for Creative Solutions to Nation’s Infrastructure Challenges

By Business Wire News   


John Selman will lead LMI’s acclaimed infrastructure and environment work, and as LMI’s new vice president of its Infrastructure Analytics division, promised to help the public sector pursue creative, cross-disciplinary solutions for solving the nation’s well-documented infrastructure challenges.

New LMI Infrastructure Analytics VP John Selman believes that it's going to take creativity for the  ...

New LMI Infrastructure Analytics VP John Selman believes that it’s going to take creativity for the nation to solve its mounting infrastructure challenges. (Photo: Business Wire)

“We are past the point of relying solely on the federal appropriations process to solve our nation’s infrastructure challenges. We want to help organizations on the federal, state, and local levels to think outside the box, to consider new, creative solutions for achieving those ends, whether through public-private partnerships or innovative financing structures,” Selman said. “LMI is well-suited to identify strategies that are prudent, yet inventive, and offer the most bang for their buck.”

Selman, who rejoined LMI in 2010 as program director of the organization’s Energy and Environment group, said the not-for-profit’s offerings allow a more holistic approach to infrastructure management.

“LMI doesn’t design, construct, or maintain, but we do understand that lifecycle, and can enable better understanding of how it fits into an organization’s overall mission. When you’re looking an area that, for most organizations, represents their second biggest cost, finding those opportunities to be smarter and more efficient translates directly into dollars saved,” Selman said.

Previous to LMI, Selman was a Principal at Booz Allen Hamilton, a civil servant at the U.S. Department of Energy, and a staff member in the U.S. Senate. He is currently a member of the Institute for Conservation Leadership’s Board of Directors. Selman holds a master’s degree in environmental sciences from Johns Hopkins University, a master’s in public administration from the Syracuse University Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, and a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Connecticut.

Scott Recinos will assume Selman’s former role as program director for Energy and Environment. Recinos has more than 28 years of experience in civil and environmental engineering including program and project management, construction management, sustainability and energy conservation, environmental compliance, municipal and public works, and facilities and asset management. At LMI, he has supported U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) as its Chief Engineer as well as managed assignments for the Army Corps of Engineers, General Services Administration (GSA), Department of Energy (DOE), Department of Agriculture, Immigration and Naturalization Service, and Internal Revenue Service. He has a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and a master’s degree in environmental engineering both from Virginia Tech.

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