The cumulative experience of the APT team ensures that we can provide our clients with the appropriate level of professional services and specific skill-sets for ultimate project success. We are comfortable working directly with our clients and as a member of multi-disciplinary teams.
Scott M. Chasse, P.E.
President and Co-Founder
Scott provides hands-on design, constructability assessments/design audits, permitting support, expert witness testimony, and construction inspection/administrative services to his clients throughout southern New England and New York.
Recognized for his thoroughness, diverse cross-discipline knowledge base and dedicated commitment to client programs, Mr. Chasse has participated in the design and development of over 1,800 infrastructure projects during his tenure at APT. In addition to his 25 years of professional experience designing and permitting rawland developments and building and utility improvement projects, Mr. Chasse has past experience in conducting environmental assessments, preparing remediation designs, performing health and safety monitoring and conducting in-field environmental inspections.
He is a licensed PE in Connecticut and New York, and is a member of Chi-Eplison, ASCE, NFPA and AISC.
Michael Libertine, L.E.P.
Director of Siting and Permitting
Michael is a Licensed Environmental Professional in Connecticut with over 30 years of diverse environmental consulting experience throughout New England and New York. He oversees APT’s environmental practice, primarily assisting clients in environmental due diligence, strategic siting and project planning, and navigating multiple permitting efforts.
He and his team provide comprehensive environmental services, including: natural resources evaluations and mitigation; environmental permitting; environmental site assessments and field investigations for property transfers; environmental assessments and impact statements; NEPA compliance; visual/aesthetic evaluations.
His project management experience includes commercial and industrial developments, telecommunication facilities, bulk power substations, wind, solar and fuel cell electric generating facility installations, overhead and underground transmission line routings, and Brownfields redevelopment. His knowledge of regulatory requirements and familiarity with multiple permitting disciplines provides clients with an informed and dedicated project team advocate to assist in successfully completing often complex and controversial developments.
Michael has been involved in numerous projects requiring extensive consultation, coordination and negotiations with local, state, and federal agencies. He has provided representation and testimony on behalf of his clients before numerous municipal and state boards, including in front of the Connecticut Siting Council on over 150 Dockets and Petitions.
Robert Adair, P.E.
Principal Emeritus and Co-Founder
After more than 30 years of providing specialty structural services to the wireless telecommunications industry, Rob retired in 2021 from his day to day responsibilities, but remains active at All-Points on a part-time basis as a Technical Advisor and mentor. His expertise includes structural analysis and reinforcement design of telecommunication structures, foundation and guy anchor design, geotechnical evaluations, and tower extension and site design. Rob has performed detailed climbing inspections and structural analyses on over 2600 telecommunications towers throughout New England, New York, Virginia, West Virginia and Maryland.
During his professional career, he has also coordinated geotechnical investigations at over 80 telecommunication sites, utilizing those findings to design tower foundations, guy anchors and equipment shelter foundations.
Complementing his substantial wireless telecommunications expertise, Rob’s knowledge base garnered from first-hand experience also includes commercial and residential construction projects, complex welding engineering tasks, and the manufacture of plate girders and other structural steel members.
Manager, Natural Resources
Dean has over 30 years of professional experience in the wetland and environmental consulting field. As APT’s Senior Wetland Scientist and Professional Soil Scientist he is proficient in local, state and federal wetland identifications throughout the Northeast, soil mapping, soil classification, vegetative and hydrologic surveys, wetland impact assessment, wetland mitigation design and monitoring, as well as local, state and federal wetland permitting.
Mr. Gustafson’s capabilities also include: vernal pool monitoring and assessment, identification of native amphibians and reptiles that utilize vernal pool habitats; rare species investigations; wildlife habitat assessments; water-quality investigations; federal Migratory Bird Treaty Act compliance monitoring, coastal zone management studies; natural resource and ecological evaluations; and stream restoration. Mr. Gustafson consults on projects that involve soils-related issues such as erosion and sedimentation control planning, vegetative soil stabilization, and stormwater management BMPs evaluations and remedy selection.
His water quality experience includes stormwater studies for compliance with the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System and Section 401 Water Quality Certification requirements, as well as the 2004 Connecticut DEEP Stormwater Quality Manual.
Brad Parsons, P.E.
Manager, Civil Engineering/Land Development
Brad Parsons has over 14 years of experience in project management, civil and transportation engineering, permitting, and construction management; including fieldwork, concept studies, site layout, grading, drainage systems, roadway construction, reconstruction and rehabilitation design, erosion and sedimentation control, state and local permits, and construction administration and inspections. Mr. Parsons has worked for electric and gas utility companies, transportation departments, municipalities, and private sector clients on a wide range of transmission line and substation projects, interstate and roadway reconstruction, solar and fuel cell power plants, and commercial and residential developments where he has been responsible for planning, design, permitting, and construction monitoring. Mr. Parsons is a licensed Professional Engineer in the states of Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island, and is also a licensed Project Management Professional.
Eric LaBatte brings over 18 years of telecom and site engineering experience in the New York, New England and Mid-Atlantic markets. Mr. LaBatte has been involved in all phases of project development and program management from concept to closeout. Most recently he managed a program that deployed hundreds of telecommunication modifications throughout metro and upstate New York. Through his experience working on a variety of projects, from regional lifestyle centers to elementary schools, he has amassed knowledge and expertise in multi-discipline project coordination, client management, business development and strategic planning.
To meet the varied needs of its clients, APT is supported by nearly 30 in-house technical professionals with expertise in the natural sciences, design and structural engineering, construction inspection/management services, GIS analyses, and graphic arts. The depth produced by these individual’s skills and experience allows the APT Team to deliver successful results on small and large scale, and often complex projects. Perhaps of equal importance to our clients, the combined abilities at APT create seamless efficiencies while maintaining quality and cost controls.
When necessary, we also incorporate select sub-consultants with unique specialties to deliver additional support services on a project. Most of our subcontractors are local sole proprietors with whom we have maintained long-standing professional relationships. These services include survey, historic and archaeological assessments, and noise studies among others.
“Throughout my 12-year working relationship with APT I have experienced sustained, successful performance by a capable team of professionals.”
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