Thomas M. Doran is a professional engineer with over 35 years of experience with environmental and infrastructure projects. Mr. Doran was a principal with the firm of Hubbell, Roth & Clark; president of Tetra Tech/MPS; and principal with McNamee, Porter & Seeley. He is a member of the College of Fellows of The Engineering Society of Detroit and an adjunct professor of civil engineering at Lawrence Technological University. He has had three novels published by Ignatius Press, most recently "Iota." 

From Thomas M. Doran

Why We Can’t Build Infrastructure Like We Used To

Regulatory burdens just as much to blame as political gridlock … more

We Can Have a Clean Environment and Good Paying Jobs

Reasons to Reason

Why we need analytical thinking in our policy debates … more

Michigan's Environment is Cleaner Than it's Been in More Than 100 Years