Mr. Stewart is the president of Analytic Engineering, Inc., a consulting engineering firm in Tampa, Florida. He has over 26 years of experience in Drainage and Stormwater Management Design and Permitting. Mr. Stewart graduated from Georgia Tech in 1983 with a Bachelor of Civil Engineering Degree. After graduating from Georgia Tech, Mr. Stewart was employed for four-and-a-half years with the Florida Department of Transportation where he completed the Professional Engineer Training Program and worked in the District One Drainage Department. After leaving the FDOT in 1988, Mr. Stewart worked for Kisinger, Camp and Associates for fourteen years, and then for HNTB Corporation and HDR Engineering.
Mr. Stewart has provided drainage-related services from the initial environmental phase of projects to the drainage design and preparation of the construction plans. He has permitted projects throughout the State of Florida and is very familiar with the requirements of federal, state, local government, and environmental permitting agencies. Mr. Stewart has prepared numerous Bridge Hydraulic Reports, obtained FEMA No-Rise Certifications, and designed drainage systems for numerous projects. Among the projects that Mr. Stewart has worked on are the SR 826 Palmetto Expressway in Miami-Dade County; the Veterans Expressway in Hillsborough County; the Polk Parkway in Polk County; Bunces Pass Bridge Replacement in Pinellas County, Ten Bridge Replacements in Polk County, and the Brandon Parkway in Hillsborough County. Mr. Stewart has also served as Consultant Project Manager on four FDOT District One District-Wide Drainage Contracts; two Hillsborough County Miscellaneous Stormwater Contracts; the Curiosity Creek Watershed Management Plan in Hillsborough County; and the Kissimmee River Restoration — Pool D Flood Mitigation Project for the South Florida Water Management District. Mr. Stewart has also reviewed Drainage Connection Permits for the Florida Department of Transportation. Mr. Stewart was also the Drainage Discipline Manager for the 35.5-mile, $430-million I-75 Design-Build widening project in Collier and Lee Counties.