Vice President, Infrastructure, Engineering, & Environment
As Vice President of CALIBRE’s Infrastructure, Engineering, and Environment Division, Mr. Chad Henry is responsible for business development and delivery of CALIBRE’s professional services related to infrastructure management and assessments, infrastructure portfolio management, engineering services, environmental remediation, environmental policy, spatial information services, federal property cleanup and disposal, land management and repair, and environmental compliance.
Mr. Henry joined CALIBRE in 2004 with deep expertise in land management, engineering, encroachment, and compliance issues. He has over 20 years’ experience with Department of Defense (DoD) training and training support functions and is the principal author of the DoD Unmanned Aerial System Training Strategy, the Range and Training Land Strategy, and the Army Training Land Strategy. Mr. Henry helped develop and implement the OSD Readiness and Environmental Protection Integration program to include legislation, policy, guidance, and execution. Mr. Henry has executed oversight and guidance for Sustainable Range Program range and training land activities that require compliance with National Environmental Policy Act, Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, and various other environmental acts and regulations. While with the United States Army Corps of Engineers Contingency Response Unit (CRU), he led the Crisis Action Team in response to Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, and Sandy. Mr. Henry developed the CRU Standard Operating Procedure for responding to national disasters.
Mr. Henry holds a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Management and Spatial Information Management Systems from Colorado State University, and is a 2014 graduate of the Brigade Pre-Command Course at Fort Leavenworth, KS. He currently serves on the Board of the Compatible Lands Foundation which promotes the conservation, restoration, and preservation of land and natural resources and fosters compatible land uses among both public and private landowners.