Mark Gregor joined LaBella Associates in Rochester, New York as Manager of Municipal Environmental Programs in August 2017 after a thirty-two year career at the City of Rochester. Beginning in 1993, Mark managed the City of Rochester’s Division of Environmental Quality. His responsibilities included conducting and managing environmental site investigations, remedial projects, regulatory compliance, area-wide brownfield planning, and energy, climate and sustainability planning and projects. During his tenure, Mark oversaw countless USEPA and NYSDEC Brownfield and Voluntary Cleanup Projects, NYSDOS Brownfield Opportunity Area projects, NYS Superfund cleanup projects, and cleanups with private developers as well as secured over $30 million dollars in State and Federal grant funding. One such notable project was the City’s $24 million Port marina redevelopment which included permitting, design, grant funding, and construction of a state of the art marina facility, as well as new roadways, public amenities, Port and marina facility sediment dredging, and the development of a NYSDOS approved harbor management plan.
Mark has earned statewide and national recognition for his work at the City. A testament to his expertise, Mark testified before the United States Senate Committee on the Environment and Public Works regarding the federal Superfund Program Completion Act.
Mark holds a Bachelor of Science from the State University of New York at Geneseo, a Master of Science in Industrial Hygiene and Environmental Studies from the University of Rochester, and a Master of Public Administration from Syracuse University.