Adam Winston is a Senior Associate at EDR Group. He supports the firm’s aviation practice and also provides multi-modal economic impact analysis. He has played in integral role analyzing economic impacts for a wide variety of airport and aviation system studies, many of which involved organizing large data sets and applying economic impact analysis tools. His work for large airports includes San Francisco (CA), Atlanta GA), Dallas-Fort Worth (TX), Tampa (FL), Vancouver (BC) and Hong Kong. His work for statewide airport plans and systems (including general aviation airports) spans Colorado, Oregon, Virginia and Wisconsin, among others. In addition, Mr. Winston has contributed to a series of studies for the Airport Cooperative Research Program, covering airport impact analysis and the value of aviation capital investments.

In addition to his aviation work, Mr. Winston, has conducted studies for state & local entities assessing the economic impact and benefit-cost of proposed multi-modal transportation investments, and assisted in project prioritization. This includes work for the State DOTs of Colorado, Missouri, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nebraska, New York State, Nevada, New York and Ohio. He also provides customer support on economic impact analysis methods for TREDIS users.

Prior to joining EDR Group, Mr. Winston worked for the Boston Redevelopment Authority on local economic development analysis, and he worked as a Senior Supply Chain Analyst for Best Buy and Polaroid Corp. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Economics from Brigham Young University and an MBA from Boston University.

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