Sandy Brock, a Vice President and Principal at Nitsch Engineering, has 34 years of expertise in the planning and design of sustainable sites. Her efforts for various private owners and state agencies in preparing strategic site plans and reports have given her a strong background in land use planning to meet local zoning and planning regulations. With her wide range of experience and knowledge, Sandy leads a number of initiatives and has served in a variety of roles at Nitsch Engineering; she recently took over the leadership of the growing planning department.
Sandy graduated from the University of Massachusetts Lowell with a B.S. in Civil Engineering. She is a registered Professional Engineer in Massachusetts, a LEED Accredited Professional, a Certified Floodplain Manager, and a Certified Massachusetts Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) Planning Grant Provider. Sandy brings a depth of environmental and technical knowledge to the industry, serving as a member of the Board of Directors for the Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commission, on the USGBC Sustainable Sites Technical Advisory Group, chair of the Grafton Conservation Commission, and a member of the Grafton Community Preservation Committee. Sandy has presented at various industry events on topics such as site development permitting and stormwater management best management practices. She is proud to have spent two years designing and constructing rural water supplies in Malawi, Africa for the Peace Corps.