Edward Sullivan is a Senior Technical Associate at Economic & Planning Systems, an urban and land economics consulting firm with offices in Oakland, Sacramento, Los Angeles, and Denver. He has been an EPS Associate since 1991.
Mr. Sullivan is an information specialist and database manager with expertise in land and geographic information systems (LIS/GIS). He consults with transportation and civil engineers to develop transportation and utility demand models and manages the spatial analysis and processing of information keyed to analysis zones and service districts. Mr. Sullivan also develops computer models to analyze and project growth in retail sales; employment, income and population growth; demand for residential and nonresidential land; and the fiscal and financial impacts of development policies and scenarios.
Mr. Sullivan has a Bachelor of Science in Biology, summa cum laude, Metropolitan State College, Denver, Colorado, with undergraduate studies in geological and mining engineering at the Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado and is a member of the North American Cartographic Information Society (NACIS). Prior to joining EPS, he was a vice president at Gruen Gruen + Associates, Inc., San Francisco, CA and an information specialist, at the Petrolite Corporation Information Center, St. Louis, MO.