Meet Us

We’re a team of innovators who have built a business to change how communities think about infrastructure.

With over 40 years of collective experience implementing community infrastructure programs, our team has a proven track record of delivering on promises related to communities’ resilience goals. Collectively our team has expertise in the areas of ESG, climate resilience, strategy, finance, construction management, operations and maintenance, planning and project sourcing and contractor development.

Shawn Kerachsky

Shawn has re-imagined the infrastructure delivery model through marrying strategy and execution with entrepreneurship and innovation. Shawn has over 25+ years in executive leadership roles, both as Founder/Managing Partner of a boutique management consultancy, as well as 6+ years developing infrastructure programs throughout the United States. Shawn is a change agent that excels in delivering results in fast paced, complex business environments including municipal governments, financial services organizations, and higher education.

Shawn is a graduate of Clark University where he played varsity soccer and can regularly be found on the sidelines watching his kids play a wide variety of college and high school sports.  In between seasons, he can be found running on the road, hiking in the mountains or skiing on the slopes. Shawn is based in East Greenwich, Rhode Island.

Sean Agid
Chief Business Officer

Sean is an expert in structuring and financing community led infrastructure programs and P3s having been directly involved in the development of >$300M in programmatic financing in the form of federal funds, state revolving funds, grants, and private capital. Sean has extensive experience in the infrastructure and real estate sectors working with municipal governments, utilities, the Department of Defense, higher education, and private developers. In Sean’s previous role, he was at the forefront of architecting the Clean Water Partnership, in Prince George’s County, MD, Fresh Coast Protection Partnership in Milwaukee, WI, the Community-Based Public-Private Partnership (CBP3) with the City of Chester, PA, and the San Fernando Valley Green Streets Program in Los Angeles.

Sean graduated from Georgetown University with a Master’s in Real Estate Finance and holds a Bachelor’s in Business Administration with Finance major and Chinese minor from the University of Rhode Island. Sean is an avid New York Yankees fan who loves traveling all around the world with his family. He is based in New York City.

Pete Littleton
Chief Operations Officer

Pete is a pioneer in standing up and operating large-scale green and grey stormwater infrastructure programs across the United States, having developed from the ground up all four programs over the last seven years that are spread across the country. Pete builds dynamic program teams consisting of local design, communication, NGOs, community-based organizations, contractors, and maintenance firms to maximize community benefits for each partnership. He is responsible for ensuring that all design and construction activities are not only executed on time and on budget, but within the parameters of the governing performance metrics of each program, and in which compensation is directly tied.  

Pete loves to spend as much time outdoors as possible.  He spends his free time with his wife and daughters hiking and camping.

Eric Jones
Senior Programs Director

Eric has extensive experience managing multi-scale green and grey infrastructure projects that deliver economic growth, ecological benefits, and environmental justice. In the Clean Water Partnership in Prince George’s County, MD, Eric was responsible for the day-to-day operations of this $350M+ program. In that role, Eric maintained direct relationships with program leadership to facilitate the growth and expansion of the program, including on-going maintenance. Prior to this Program Manager role, Eric gained much of his knowledge of Green Stormwater Infrastructure firsthand serving as a foreman in Philadelphia maintaining Philadelphia Water Department BMPs.

Eric graduated from Thomas Jefferson University’s College of Architecture and Built Environment with a Master’s Degree in Geodesign, giving him extensive working knowledge of Geographic Information Systems and Urban Planning techniques. Eric enjoys spending his free time in nature, whether it be on a mountain bike, the ski slopes, or a sandy beach.