Paul Ferriero has over 30 years of experience in providing engineering services to Government and Corporate Development clients. While on active duty in the Army, he worked with the Corps of Engineers Pittsburgh District. Since returning to civilian practice, Paul has been the Municipal Engineer in a number of municipalities throughout northern and central New Jersey. He has vast experience in land use, engineering, development, government and corporate sector contracting.  Paul leads the business development and engineering sectors of the company and is always strategizing new avenues in which our clients can excel.

Paul has an undergraduate degree from the United States Military Academy and a master’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in New Jersey, Colorado, Maryland and North Carolina and a New Jersey licensed Professional Planner, a Certified Municipal Engineer, a LEED Accredited Professional (BD+C) and a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM).



Daniel Flynn has been with Stormwater Compliance Solutions for over 10 years working on a wide range of engineering and construction projects in the stormwater field. He is responsible for business development, engineering analysis and design, project scheduling and management.  He has extensive experience in hydrology and hydraulic of small watersheds and this experience has allowed him to expand the company’s stormwater management services to a wide array of clients.

He has a bachelor of science in Forest Engineering from the State University of New York, College of Environmental, Science and Forestry. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in the State of New Jersey and a Certified Erosion Sediment and Stormwater Inspector (CESSWI).


Director of Construction Services

Rusty Fricke has over 25 years of experience in site work construction.  In 2012, Rusty partnered with Dan and Paul to help develop a more diversified strategy, incorporating heavy civil and utility construction expertise and maintenance (link to corporate maintenance page) into the services which SCS offers to its clients.

Rusty brings an affiliated crew of site work professionals to assist the SCS Team with maintenance and repairs of existing stormwater management facilities including certified confined space entry, deep excavation, and large earthwork projects.

He is a graduate of Lycoming College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business.  Mr. Fricke also played 5 years of professional football in the Arena Football League.


Compliance Program Manager

Lisa Cratty has over 20 years of experience in management. Previously, Lisa worked for an international law firm as the Department Head of both IT and Accounting. She managed the staff, spearheaded various committees and was responsible for strategic planning and the implementation of multiple projects.

In 2012, Lisa transitioned into the environmental world where she managed the operations of a local stormwater company and was the client liaison for over 200 facilities, interpreting industrial stormwater permits and keeping clients in compliance with regulations in 10 different states. In late 2015 she began working with Stormwater Compliance Solutions where she now manages the Stormwater Compliance Division, overseeing hundreds of facilities under industrial, construction and municipal stormwater permits.  Lisa is an expert at project management and keeps our clients in regulatory compliance with their permits so they are free to focus on their business.


Environmental Specialist

Christian Peters is responsible for performing comprehensive stormwater facilities inspections, GPS mapping, GIS map preparation, and facilitates routine maintenance activities.

A graduate of Kean University, Christian holds a Bachelor of Science in both Sustainability Science and Earth Science. While at Kean, he performed research on the water quality of Watchung Reservation in Union County, New Jersey and of Wenzhou Kean University in Wenzhou, China. Christian has a passion for the environment and finding ways to reduce the impact caused by industrialization and everyday life.