• Senior Project Manager, Water Resources

    The Senior Project Manager is expected to be technically proficient in water and wastewater engineering and serve as a technical resource for the Department.  While the Senior Project Manager may be able to delegate technical aspects of the project to subordinates or other members of the department, the Senior Project Manager may also be required to directly perform all technical aspects of water /wastewater projects assigned to them.  Additionally, the Senior Project Manager is expected to facilitate the necessary inter-disciplinary coordination within and outside the Department required to execute projects.

    The Senior Project Manager must recognize the expected level of detail required at each phase of engineering design and take the appropriate steps to execute the design to the appropriate level of detail, and in a manner that minimizes risk to the firm.

  • Stormwater Engineering Leader

    The Stormwater (SW) Engineering Leader will focus on establishing and developing this practice area into a center of excellence for SW and drainage design, with consistent high-quality project delivery. This Leader will ensure QA/QC rigor on all project deliverables/submittals. The SW Engineering Leader must strive to meet/exceed goals on business metrics goals for their SW/drainage pool of projects (e.g., utilization, A/R, WIP, etc.). This Leader will also be engaged collaboratively on business development activities to increase the SW/drainage backlog.

  • Traffic Engineer

    As part of our Transportation team, the Traffic Engineer will develop traffic control, signing, pavement marking, and traffic signal plans, as well as perform traffic operational analyses. The Traffic Engineer will utilize their knowledge and skills to support our project teams in delivery of projects through planning and design.