Gregory G. Nadeau
Gregory G. Nadeau founded Infrastructure Ventures in 2017 following 35 years of serving in senior leadership positions and policy roles in government at the federal and state levels. For the past fifteen years of his career in public service, he became a leading national advocate for highway safety, transportation project delivery innovation and freight transportation policy. Infrastructure Ventures provides market development services to the transportation infrastructure sector, building bridges between private sector innovators and infrastructure owners.
On August 11, 2015, he was sworn in as the nation’s 19th Administrator of the Federal Highway Administration by Secretary Anthony Foxx after serving as Deputy Administrator from 2009 and Acting Administrator since December of 2013. He was appointed by President Barack Obama.
During his tenure at FHWA, Nadeau directed the development and administration of the Every Day Counts (EDC) innovation partnership with the states. EDC is designed to reduce project delivery time and accelerate the rapid deployment of innovative technology using a state-based model. Partnering with FHWA teams across the nation on the implementation of EDC are state DOT and local partners, as well as stakeholders in the private and non-profit transportation sectors. EDC strategies and technologies provide state and local governments with innovative solutions that are saving time, saving money, and saving lives.
Before joining FHWA, Nadeau served as the Maine Department of Transportation's Deputy Commissioner for Policy, Planning and Communications from 2003-2009. Nadeau also served as Senior Policy Advisor to Governor Angus King from 1995 to 2001.