Lawrence MalizziSenior Manager, REH Americas at Ramboll Group
Mr. Malizzi has 31 years of experience in spill planning, drills, and response, Natural Resource Damage Assessment (NRDA), endangered species, Third Party Claims, habitat restoration, insurance loss control and claims, litigation support, business development. Currently, he is managing work on the Bayport Channel Collision, among other litigation support projects. Recently, he was a SCAT Team Lead on the Dublin Express and B235 responses and he managed the staff on the ITC Fire response, St. Simon Sound Incident response, the TPC Explosion response, and the Hurricane’s Florence, Michael, Irma, and Harvey responses. Previously, he managed the staff on the Bay Long response in Grand Isle, LA, the Avian Influenza response in Iowa, and was a SCAT Team Lead on the Bayonne 2015 spill response in Bayonne, NJ. Mr. Malizzi also managed staff on the Exxon Mayflower, Hurricane Isaac, Superstorm Sandy, Boston 30, and Texas City “Y” responses. He served as the Program Manager for the Natural Resource Advisor Program, among other tasks, in support of the MC252 Deepwater Horizon Response (BP Spill) in the Gulf of Mexico. Mr. Malizzi is on the Clean Gulf Planning Committee and is on the Planning Committee for the International Oil Spill Conference 2021. He is on the Board of the Spill Control Association of America, was previously on the Board Executive Committee of the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary, and a Past President of the Potomac-Chesapeake Chapter of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. Mr. Malizzi has spoken extensively on spills and other environmental topics in both the U.S., Canada, and European Union (EU) and has lived abroad. He has been a long-time member of CMA.