Kim Fitzgibbons to Lead NEPA Services and Offshore Wind Market for Kleinschmidt

Pittsfield, Maine, October 4, 2018 ( – Kleinschmidt Associates, an engineering, regulatory, and environmental consulting firm, is pleased to announce the addition of Kim Fitzgibbons as Principal Consultant.

Kim has a comprehensive background in the environmental consulting industry, with more than 20 years of experience managing large, complex projects with a focus on National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and environmental permitting, offshore and onshore wind, solar, utilities and oil and gas.

At Kleinschmidt Kim will focus on utilizing her knowledge and expertise to expand third party NEPA services throughout the United States and expand our current portfolio.

“We are very excited to have Kim join the Kleinschmidt team. Her skills, experience, client focus, and track record of successful outcomes will bolster our NEPA and regulatory services on a national level”, says Kelly Larimer, Director of Science, Regulatory and MGIST for Kleinschmidt, “In particular, her interest and passion in off-shore wind development will provide a unique niche service in this exciting and emerging industry.”

Kim has a Master of Science in Biology/Coastal Zone Studies and a Bachelor of Science in Marine Science. She is an active member of the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA), the Business Network for Offshore Wind, and the National Association of Environmental Professionals (NAEP).

About Kleinschmidt

Kleinschmidt Associates performs engineering, regulatory and environmental consulting for North American energy companies and governmental agencies who strive to protect and enhance the natural environment without compromising performance. We work at the intersection of regulatory requirements, environmental science, and engineering solutions to achieve our client’s objectives.

For over half a century, Kleinschmidt has continually delivered new ideas that offer practical solutions to tough problems and sensitive issues. Our goal is to bring energy, water, and the environment into balance so future generations will thrive. For more information, visit