Environmental Consulting & Technology, Inc. (ECT), is proud to welcome Kory Armstrong to the Natural Resource Service Line. He started at ECT in April 2019 and works directly with ECT Interim President and Natural Resources National Director Bobbi Westerby.
As a senior manager, Mr. Armstrong will drive business development and project management on a national level, providing leadership, experience, and expertise across all service lines and geographic regions. He will initially focus on generating new projects in the Midwest, south, and southeast region, and then expand his scope to provide services for ECT’s clients throughout our national operating area. Mr. Armstrong looks forward to building strong relationships with clients across the country and dynamic interdisciplinary teams within the firm.
“I am excited to be part of the ECT team. It has opened the door to working on large-scale, complex projects across the U.S. with technical experts on cross-functional teams to meet and exceed the needs of clients. I look forward to collaborating with ECT’s senior leadership to expand our client base and grow our technically and geographically diverse team,” said Mr. Armstrong.
Mr. Armstrong is a proven leader and business development specialist with over 15 years of experience in creating strategic client partnerships, leading multi-discipline teams, and generating diversified growth. As an environmental scientist, he served as project manager for both environmental services and natural resources projects. Mr. Armstrong’s experience includes aquatic and terrestrial studies, with an emphasis on bat ecology. He manages all aspects of environmental consulting projects, including proposals, budgets, staffing, and agency coordination. Mr. Armstrong leads field surveys involving endangered bat concerns for a variety of clients. He conducts National Environmental Policy Act evaluations for the telecommunications industry, post-construction mortality surveys for the wind energy industry, and completes wetland delineations, and point count (raptor) surveys.
Mr. Armstrong is a member of The Wildlife Society, Southeastern Bat Diversity Network, the Midwest Bat Working Group, the Ohio Bat Working Group, the Northeastern Bat Working Group, the Georgia Bat Working Group, and the Missouri Limestone Producers Association (Former Environmental Committee Member).
“We are excited to have Kory on our team,” said Interim President, Bobbi Westerby. “He brings enthusiasm, environmental and power industry expertise, and a client-focused approach, which is imperative to our success as a strategic partner to our clients.”
Mr. Armstrong will be based in ECT’s southeastern region. He has a bachelor’s degree in biology from Drury University and a master’s degree in biology from Missouri State University.