Nicholas Floersch Geospatial Data & Solutions Team Leader / Senior Solution Architect
Nick leads Stone’s Geospatial and Data Solutions Team. Over the last two decades, he has led design, programming, modeling, layout, and production for various projects. Nick has overseen extensive data compilation and extraction and spearheaded the development of innovative solutions to complex problems. He is passionate about and keenly interested in many aspects of software development and GIS, including development methodologies, information systems, and spatially enabled applications. Some of Nick’s recent projects include the Vermont Partner Database application, the Farm Phosphorus Reduction Planner tool, the Vermont Youth Resources application, and the New York OPDCI Geographic Information Gateway. In addition to his technical expertise and group leadership, Nick volunteers with Code for BTV, a local civic technology organization based in Burlington, Vermont that facilitates collaborations on civic software and open data projects.
Years of Experience 27
Years at Stone 24
Bachelor of Science., Computer Science with distinction, minor in Philosophy, 2004, Bishop’s University, Lennoxville, Quebec, Canada