Theo Barbagianis joined eDesign Dynamics in 2012. Theo performs calculations, modeling, and analyses relating to hydraulics and hydrology and manages the design and construction of green infrastructure projects throughout New York City.
His projects include assisting in the design and managing the construction of a treatment wetland in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens, designing a bioretention system in Bronx River Park in The Bronx and designing over 20 right-of-way bioswales in the Gowanus neighborhood of Brooklyn. Prior to joining eDesign Dynamics, Theo performed research as a graduate student on the use of green infrastructure in urban stormwater management as well as on the spatiotemporal impact of wastewater point sources on nitrogen pollution. Theo has also worked for the NYC Department of Environmental Protection’s Bureau of Wastewater Treatment, where he managed the design and construction of pumping station upgrades throughout the five boroughs.
Theo holds a B.S. in Chemical (Environmental) Engineering from the University of Southern California and an M.E. in Civil Engineering, with a focus in environmental engineering and water resources, from The City College of New York. He is also a licensed professional engineer in New York and New Jersey.