Gregg Woodruff

Gregg Woodruff

Gregg Woodruff, PP, AICP, LEED-AP BD+C
Langan Engineering & Environment Services, INC.

Gregg Woodruff, PP, AICP, LEED-AP BD+C

Langan Engineering & Environment Services, INC.

Mr. Woodruff is an Associate and Sustainability Leader at Langan Engineering and Environmental Services with over fifteen years of experience in land development consulting, land use planning, natural resources permitting, and sustainable design projects. Mr. Woodruff’s project management approach focuses on the multi-disciplinary nature of complex urban redevelopment projects that include environmental issues, stormwater management challenges, and urban design principles. Mr. Woodruff has managed Langan’s work on award-winning and recognized smart growth and sustainable design projects, including but not limited to the 700 Jackson Redevelopment Project in Hoboken (ACEC NJ Honor Award Winner and NJ Future Smart Growth Award Winner) and the Duke Farms Capital Improvement Project (ACEC NJ Award and USGBC NJ Award).

Mr. Woodruff currently serves on the Executive Committee and the Board of Directors of the New Jersey Chapter of the US Green Building Council (USGBC). Mr. Woodruff has also served with USGBC national, most recently as the current chair of the USGBC Education Events Committee but also as chair of the Program Working Group, tasked with directing the selection of speakers at the annual international conference Greenbuild.

Prior to joining Langan, Mr. Woodruff’s work included three years of experience at a non-profit environmental organization specializing in land planning and environmental restoration activities. During graduate studies and a research position at Villanova University, Mr. Woodruff’s research analyzed the pollutant removal efficiency of a storm water wetland best management practice as part of the Villanova University Urban Stormwater Partnership (VUSP) and the application of progressive stormwater management techniques to development and land planning practices.