Chris Broadwater has joined CSRS as Vice President and Deputy General Counsel. CSRS specializes in helping both public and private sector clients build stronger, smarter communities through its suite of engineering, architecture, management, and consulting services.
"I am amazed by the talent and expertise that CSRS has been able to assemble in so many sectors, and it is humbling to be a part of such a remarkable team," Chris explains.
Prior to joining CSRS, Broadwater served as vice president for workforce policy and general counsel for the Louisiana Community & Technical College System. He previously served in the Louisiana Legislature as State Representative, representing Tangipahoa Parish, and practiced law with firms in both Hammond and Baton Rouge. In addition, he served as Assistant Secretary of Labor during the administration of former Governor Bobby Jindal.
"Chris' extensive experience in both the public and private sectors allowed him to develop a diverse and unique set of skills that we believe will provide great value to our clients," says Tim Barfield, President of CSRS.
"Whether it involves state or local government, higher education, capital projects, workforce development, or legal matters, Chris has been an important voice in multiple sectors that will enable him to effectively guide many of our clients as they work to improve their communities."
For over 40 years, CSRS has leveraged our innovation and leadership expertise to help plan, design, fund, and implement sustainable projects, recover from disaster with more resilience, and navigate political bureaucracy. With a culture of creative thinking and a background in engineering and architecture, CSRS provides a balance between big ideas and the technical ability to deliver a successful project every time, no matter how large, complex, or challenging.
CSRS offers a full range of environmental analysis, planning, permitting, and compliance services to lead our clients through the complicated web of government regulatory requirements. Through partnerships with public and private developers, we reduce risks and liabilities while creating economic value and a market advantage for our clients.
Our team's resumé of experienced floodplain managers, NEPA specialists, environmental scientists, GIS specialists, and permitting experts includes over 35 years of direct government service, enabling them to translate complex bureaucracies and expeditiously clear the way for construction. Cultivating a long history of successful partnerships, CSRS can deploy the right resources at the right time.
CSRS is committed to building stronger, smarter communities so clients can achieve project goals today while improving our communities' social and economic fabric along the way and well into the future. For more information, visit http://www.csrsinc.com.