Nicole Holmes has developed particular expertise in civil engineering and site development, primarily in providing sustainable site design and consulting for various projects around the world. Nicole’s key projects have included innovative stormwater management design and master planning services at the University of Virginia, Yale University, Princeton University, and Harvard Business School. Her experience also includes green infrastructure planning services for Philadelphia’s GreenPlan, Washington Canal Park, Taiwan National Palace Museum, Pittsburgh’s Frick Park Environmental Center, and the New York Botanical Garden. Nicole is one of the creators of Nitsch Engineering’s proprietary RainUSE® Software program, a rainfall reuse simulation program that simulates scenarios to optimize rainfall capture and reuse systems.

Nicole has a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Northeastern University and completed the Boston Chamber of Commerce Future Leaders Program in 2008. She is a registered professional engineer in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, and Virginia; she is also a LEED Accredited Professional in Building Design + Construction. Nicole is a frequent writer and speaker at professional society and industry events on stormwater master planning and implementation, and rainwater harvesting.