About Bridgett Jacquot
Bridgett Jacquot has nineteen years of environmental, public involvement, and project management experience. Preceding her private sector employment, she spent nine years with the Illinois Department of Transportation, Region 5, District 8 as the Environmental Studies Manager. Her experience includes overseeing, coordinating, and writing environmental documentation (EAs, EISs) for large-scale transportation projects in accordance with all aspects of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). She has extensive experience with Federal and State environmental regulatory agencies including but not limited to: the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Illinois & Missouri Departments of Natural Resources, Illinois & Missouri State Historic Preservation Officers, Missouri Department of Conservation, and Illinois, Missouri, and U.S. Environmental Protection Agencies . Her experience also includes applying for obtaining all types of environmental regulatory permits including but not limited to: Section 404 and 408 permits, Section 402 NPDES permits, local grading and floodplain permits, and completion of Section 106/4(f) Reports and Programmatic Section 4(f) Reports.
In addition, Bridgett has served as the Public Involvement Lead for Context Sensitive Solutions (CSS) and NEPA-related transportation projects. As a Public Involvement Lead she has completed numerous tasks including: preparation of materials and attendance at public meetings, Community Advisory Group meetings, and one-on-one stakeholder meetings; prepared multiple Stakeholder Involvement Plans, newsletters, and press releases. Ms. Jacquot is also EIS pre-qualified with the Illinois Department of Transportation and is proficient in GIS.