Thierry brings a client-focused approach with a strong desire to provide value and client satisfaction. Thierry has performed numerous utility revenue sufficiency and cost-of-service studies for more than 40 local governments throughout the southeastern united states, prepared financial feasibility and disclosure reports totaling over $1 billion in debt proceeds issued through the traditional bond market, state revolving loans, and rural development loans; and assisted in a variety of economic and miscellaneous fee studies. Thierry has also been involved in the formulation of financial policies regarding liquidity and financial position related to industry best management practices. He has supported contract negotiations and provided other related utility and management advisory services.
Thierry is an active member of AWWA, WEF, GFOA and SWANA through his participation on several committees, periodic conference presentations on subject matters ranging from effective utility management (EUM) to the Circular Economy and as a principal author to WEF’s Manual of Practice No. 27, Financing and Charges for Wastewater Systems and the WEF Water Reuse Road Map. Most recently, Thierry served on the selection committee for WEF’s inaugural national Stormwater and Green Infrastructure Symposium.