Ryan Londrigan graduated from UM-Flint with a degree in resource ecology, but his college connections continue to run deep.
As an environmental consultant with AKT Peerless Environment & Energy Services, Londrigan works with several UM-Flint alumni. He frequently collaborates with graduates working for area land banks and municipalities. And the skills he learned in college help him in his everyday work life. That includes overseeing the redevelopment of the Chevy-in-the-Hole property, now known as Chevy Commons.
The initiative is transforming the long vacant and blighted General Motors complex into a community green space along the Flint River connecting downtown, the Carriage Town and Grand Traverse neighborhoods, UM-Flint, and Kettering University.