- Over 25 years of professional planning experience.
- Specializes in market analysis management and feasibility studies.
- Master of Science, Urban and Regional Planning Michigan State University
- Bachelor of Science, Urban and Regional Planning Michigan State University
- American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP)
- American Planning Association
Fleischmann possesses a wide-range of planning background and experience covering many years in south Florida. Since joining Iler Planning, Fleischmann has specialized in direct municipal planning and market analysis management. He is a principal author and project manager encompassing feasibility analyses for real estate developers and government agencies, demographic research, development of surveys and analysis of data, and highest/ best use studies. He is a principal consultant to local governments in the preparation of comprehensive plans (Chapter 163), comprehensive plan amendments, land development regulations, and evaluation and appraisal reports.
From 1975 to 1984, Fleischmann was a Principal Planner with the Area Planning Board of Palm Beach County. In that capacity he directed a multiplicity of county-wide and municipal projects for the Board. He also prepared municipal comprehensive plans, a county-wide growth management plan, a management system and public participation program for the Area-wide Waste Treatment Management (208) Plan, and headed up special planning studies.
From 1973 to 1974, he worked as an Assistant Planner with the Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments. There he contributed to the preparation of a regional growth policy for the Toledo, Ohio metropolitan area. Fleischmann’s professional affiliations include being a Charter Member (1979) of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) and serving as a Planning/Zoning Commissioner for the Town of Jupiter, Florida.
Fleischmann has an M.S. degree in Urban and Regional Planning (1973) and a B.S. degree in Urban and Regional Planning (1968), both from Michigan State University.