MICHAEL K. SOTAK, PE

PRINCIPAL ENGINEER/OWNER

EDUCATION

Master of Business Administration, 2001 – University of Nebraska-Lincoln Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering, 1992 – University of Nebraska-Lincoln

PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATIONS

Professional Engineer: Nebraska (#E8759, 1997), Iowa (#16681, 2003), Kansas (#17431, 2002), Missouri (PE-2006031321, 2006), Arizona (#35258, 2000), NCEES (#21734, 2003)

AFFILIATIONS

Society of American Military Engineers, Member; American Society of Civil Engineers, Associate; National Society of Professional Engineers, Member; Association of State Dam Safety Officials, Member; Omaha Suburban Rotary, Board of Directors; Omaha Engineers Club, Member; Leadership Omaha Class 25, Member

Mike has 24 years of experience in water resources engineering, serving as a lead staff engineer and project manager for several projects. He has extensive experience on projects for natural resources districts including watershed planning, economic analyses, river restoration/bank stabilization and levee and dam design. He also has extensive grant writing and funding program identification experience.

Mike’s experience in watershed planning has been gained largely by bringing aged PL-566 and watershed improvement projects not implemented to current standards through cost and benefit updating related to design services and flood reduction and recreation economics. He is experienced in NRCS-related economic software including TR-20 (hydrology), WSP2 (hydraulics), URB1 (urban damages) and ECON (agricultural damages.) His team has also been successful in bringing the methodology of these programs into HEC-RAS, HEC-HMS and GEO-RAS formats. More recently, Mike has served as the Project Manager on two levee certification projects on the Loup, Platte and Missouri Rivers in Nebraska. He has also led teams of NEPA professionals through the project formulation, planning and design phases of all water resources projects.

He has served as the field, design and project manager on several structural watershed improvement projects and has personally been involved with the design and construction of over 100 dams since 1990. Lastly, he has rendered risk assessment studies in relation to the formation and implementation of Emergency Action Plans for several high hazard structures.

<h3>PROJECT EXPERIENCE</h3>
<h3>Levees</h3>
Quality Control Engineer – Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources Districts Big Papio Creek Culvert Repairs, Sarpy and Douglas Counties, Nebraska, 2015

Big Papillion Creek Culvert Repair – Alternatives Development ● Douglas and Sarpy County, Nebraska ● Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District ● 2014 – Civil Engineer of record for the investigation and alternatives development for the repair of 10 aging levee penetrations within the Big Papillion Creek Levees. This project consisted of site investigations, utility research, evaluation of each penetration for invasive and non-invasive methods of rehabilitation and development of best cost solutions for each penetration. Project included a final recommendation report for P-MRND to be submitted to the USACE for review under the guidelines of the PL 84-99 program.

North Lake – Platte River Levee Inspection ● Cass County, Nebraska ● North Lake Park Association ● 2014 – Project Engineer for the levee inspection and recommendation report for North Lake’s Platte River Levee. Project involved an intensive site investigation to locate all levee deficiencies and an in depth evaluation of both riverside and landside levee conditions. Prepared an in depth report detailing all observations at 35 different levee locations. Recommendations were made to North Lake Park Association to identify areas in need of immediate attention and long term operation and maintenance items that should be implemented.

Missouri River Federal Levee Systems R-613 and R-616-613 Levee Certification Design and Permitting ● Sarpy County, Nebraska ● Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District ● Current – Project Manager and Civil Engineer of record for the final design of $20M in levee improvements required for FEMA accreditation. The 18.2 miles of earthen levee system protects billions in local infrastructure and commerce. Proposed levee modifications include levee raises, closure section reconstruction at two locations, drainage penetration and flood gate structure updates/reconstruction, and seepage berm and relief well placement. The project requires a Major 408 permit which is being coordinated with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers NWO levee safety team.

Missouri River Federal Levee Systems R-613 and R-616-613 Investigative Phase and Alternative Analysis Phase ● Sarpy County, Nebraska ● Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District ● 2012 – Project Manager and Civil Engineer of record for the investigative and alternative analysis phases required for FEMA accreditation. The investigative phase included levee inspections and final inspection report in accordance with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Levee Safety Program, stakeholder coordination, benefit/costs analysis, review of existing hydrology and hydraulics, interior drainage analysis and a system analysis. The
alternative analysis phase included coordination of geophysical resistivity analysis and geotechnical field investigations, development of levee setback location, sediment/scour analysis, update of Platte River and Papillion Creek hydraulics, modifications to Platte River hydrology, and 2011 flood inventory into GIS database.

Whitetail Lake Levee Certification ● Platte County, Nebraska ● Whitetail Lake HOA ● 2009
– Design Engineer for the investigation and planning of levee improvements to meet FEMA accreditation needs for the ring levee along the Loup and Platte Rivers.

Dams

Big Sandy Creek Reconnaissance Study ● near Davenport, Nebraska ● Little Blue Natural Resources District ● 2013 – Project Manager for the investigation and economic analysis of a reconnaissance study for Davenport Dam. The study includes a technical feasibility analysis of site hydrology and dam hydraulics, and an economic assessment of the impacts of a proposed dam on local infrastructure, groundwater recharge, flood reductions and recreation benefits.

Lake Winnebago Dam Relocation ● Cass County, Missouri ● Renaissance Infrastructure Group ● Current – Project Manager for the investigation and economic analysis for relocating the existing dam at Lake Winnebago downstream to increase the size of the lake. Includes the review of available existing information and a refined hydraulic analysis of a gated dam to develop the lowest cost alternative for the project.

Upper Salt Creek Watershed Rehabilitation of 10 Aging Dams – Design, Permitting and Construction ● Lancaster County, Nebraska ● Lower Platte South Natural Resources District ● Current – Project Manager and Civil Engineer of record for final design, permitting and construction for the rehabilitation of ten aging NRCS-designed dam structures. Includes principal spillway replacement or slip-lining of existing pipes. Final design included hydraulic and geotechnical analyses, and cold-weather construction planning. A 404 nationwide permit was obtained for this project.

Weeping Water Creek Watershed Site 8a Dam Rehabilitation ● Cass County, Nebraska ● Lower Platte South Natural Resources District ● 2012 – Project Manager and Civil Engineer of record for the investigation, design, permitting and construction of the rehabilitation of an aging dam structure including the renovation of the armored stilling basin and outlet channel.

Fort Peck Reservoir Riser Curtain Design ● Fort Peck, Montana ● United States Corps of Engineers, Omaha District ● 2012
– Quality Control Reviewer for temperature control curtain planned for Fort Peck reservoir.

Upper Salt Creek Watershed Rehabilitation of 10 Aging Dams – Feasibility Report ● Lancaster County, Nebraska ● Lower Platte South Natural Resources District ● 2012 – Project Manager for the investigation and feasibility study for the most cost effective method of rehabilitating the principal spillway for ten aging dams. This included field investigations, conceptual design and cost comparisons of alternative rehabilitation methods

Weeping Water Creek Watershed Site 4j Dam Rehabilitation ● Cass County, Nebraska ● Lower Platte South Natural Resources District ● 2011 – Project Manager and Civil Engineer of record for the investigation, design, permitting and construction of the rehabilitation of an aging dam structure including the stabilization of the upstream wave attenuation berm and renovation of the armored stilling basin.

Mill Creek Watershed Site 5 Dam Rehabilitation ● Cass County, Nebraska ● Lower Platte South Natural Resources District ● 2010 – Project Manager and Civil Engineer of record for the investigation, design, permitting and construction of the rehabilitation of an aging road dam structure including the improvement to the internal drainage system to address seepage issues.

Weeping Water Creek Watershed Flood Control Structures – Project Economics ● Eastern Nebraska ● Lower Platte South Natural Resources District ● 2008 – Project Manager for NEPA and engineering services provided to the Lower Platte South Natural Resources District (LPSNRD) Weeping Water Creek Watershed Project economics including 19 flood control structures. Provided breach risk assessment, flood reduction analysis, and analysis for recreation applications.

Sand Creek Dam Sites ● Nebraska ● Lower Platte North Natural Resources District ● 2008 – Civil Engineer for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sand Creek dam sites 2, 3, 6, 12, 13, 15, 16

Lake Wanahoo Dam Design and Permitting ● Wahoo, Nebraska ● Lower Platte North Natural Resources District ● 2008
– Project Manager and Civil Engineer of record for the design of a high hazard dam and reservoir, including the design of a roller compacted concrete auxiliary spillway. This was a multi-agency project that required management of several funding sources and coordination with Nebraska Department of Roads for the highway that was designed along the backside of the dam. Fisheries structures were designed for the reservoir to improve habitat and angler access.

Sand Creek Environmental Restoration Project ● near Wahoo, Nebraska ● United States Army Corps of Engineers ● 2008 – Project Manager for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Section 206 Program project that analyzed various land treatment, structural and non-structural measures to provide both flood control and pollutant reduction.

Silver Creek Watershed Project ● Burt County, Nebraska ● Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District ● 2008
– Design Engineer for dam design to provide flood control, sediment storage, and grade stabilization for Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District (NRD), which included upgrading design from class “C” to class “A” hazard classification.

Leigh Dam ● Leigh, Nebraska ● Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District ● 2007 – Project Manager and Civil Engineer of record for a high hazard dam and reservoir near Leigh, Nebraska. Responsible for the investigation, design and permitting of the dam embankment and associated in-lake fisheries structures.

Lake Wanahoo Utilities Relocation ● Wahoo, Nebraska ● United States Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District ● 2006 – Design Engineer for Lake Wanahoo Utilities Relocation (USACE Sand Creek Study), Wahoo, Nebraska. Site sanitary sewer connected through dam corridor via deep foundation alignment.

Stevens Creek Watershed Dam and Sky Ranch Sites ● Nebraska ● Lower Platte South Natural Resources District ● 2005 – Design Engineer for LPSNRD Stevens Creek Watershed Dam Sites A2-1, A3-2, A5-A6-A7-A9-A9-6, A11-2, A17-1, and Sky Ranch sites. Ten high hazard sites designed for flood control and stream grade stabilization in developing watershed east of Lincoln, Nebraska

Campbell’s Dam Engineering Design ● Lincoln, Nebraska ● 2005 – Design Engineer for Campbell’s Dam, in Lincoln. High hazard site designed in upscale neighborhood and incorporated first fuse-plug spillway in Nebraska.

Waterford Estates Dam ● Lincoln, Nebraska ● 2004 – Design Engineer for Waterford Estates Dam in Lincoln. This high hazard site is re-design of Stevens Creek Sky Ranch site with the pool enlarged for private development.

Gaebel Dam Design ● Cass County, Nebraska ● 2004 – Design Engineer for Gaebel Dam in Cass County. High hazard site designed for rural flood control south of Louisville, Nebraska.

Pawnee County Lake – Large Multi-Purpose Reservoir Study ● Southeast Nebraska on Nebraska/Kansas State Border ● Nemaha Natural Resources District ● 2003 – As Project Manager, provided flood control evaluation in Kansas, recreation analysis, potable water supply, and economic stimulus analysis.

Pigeon-Jones Creek Watershed Structure 15 Design ● Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District ● Dakota County, Nebraska ● 2003 – Design Engineer for P-MRNRD Pigeon-Jones Creek Watershed Structure 15 in Dakota County. Preliminary design of high hazard site was completed for funding through Nebraska Resources Development Fund.

Pigeon Creek Site 3 Design ● Hubbard, Nebraska ● 2003 – Design Engineer for P-MRNRD Pigeon Creek Site 3, Hubbard, Nebraska. High hazard site was designed for flood control through Hubbard, Nebraska and for possible private development around the lake.

Raikes Flood Control Structure Design ● Ashland, Nebraska ● 2003
– Design Engineer for Raikes Flood Control Structure, Ashland, Nebraska. Site designed for rural flood control and cattle watering.

KC Road Parkway Dam Engineering ● Olathe, Kansas ● 2002 – Design Engineer for City of Olathe’s KC Road Parkway Dam. Site designed to upgrade high hazard structure to meet current dam design criteria as part of park renovation and included R.C. spillway formed into limestone abutment.

Sand Creek Watershed – Watershed-wide Environmental Restoration Project ● Eastern Nebraska ● U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District ● 2002 – Provided non-dollar quantifiable assessment of restoration output units in ECO-EASY. Also provided evaluation of flood control, recreation, and performed risk assessments.

Maple Creek Watershed Project Flood Control Evaluations ● Northeast Nebraska ● Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources District ● 2001 – Project Manager for evaluations of 28 flood control structures in northeast Nebraska watershed originally proposed under PL-566. Provided evaluation of flood control, recreation, and risk assessment.

Johnson County Detention Study ● Johnson County, Kansas ● 2001 – Project Engineer for study of potential urban flood reduction benefits in Johnson County, Kansas.

Road Dam Site 14ad-13-4 ● Butler County, Nebraska ● Lower Platte South Natural Resources District ● 1991 – Design Engineer for road dam site 14ad-13-4, Butler County, Nebraska, LPSNRD. Site was designed to provide flood protection in the watershed in lieu of replacing damaged county road bridge.

Weeping Water Creek Watershed Dam Sites Design Engineering ● Nebraska ● Lower Platte South Natural Resources District ● 2000 – Design and Field Engineer for Weeping Water Creek Watershed Dam Sites 4f, 4j, 5h, 5k, 7g, 8a, 15b, 15g, 6b, 7c, 21a, 2a, 2I, 15I, 17d, 17l, and 19c, Lower Platte South NRD. Sites designed for rural flood control in Southeastern Nebraska watershed, providing recreation and flood control for several small towns.

Upper Little Nemaha Watershed Dam Sites ● Nebraska ● Nemaha Natural Resources District ● 2000
– Design Engineer for Upper Little Nemaha Watershed Dam Sites 21, 23, 25, 31, 61, 42, 50, 63, Nemaha NRD. The dam sites were designed in accordance with NRCS TR-60 criteria to provide agricultural flood damage reduction benefits throughout the watershed in Southeastern Nebraska.

Walnut Creek Lake (formerly Papio Dam Site 21) ● Papillion, Nebraska ● Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District ● 1997 – Project Manager for economic, environmental (NEPA) and technical evaluations related to high-hazard multi-purpose reservoir in Papillion, Nebraska. Analysis included flood reduction, recreation, and dam breach risk assessment.

Skull Creek Dam Site Engineering ● Nebraska ● Lower Platte North Natural Resources District ● 1997 – Design Engineer for LPNNRD Skull Creek Dam Sites 30, 31 and 55. Watershed flood control project provided flood control and recreation benefits in Central Nebraska.

Lake Wanahoo Study ● Wahoo, Nebraska ● Lower Platte North Natural Resources District ● 1994 – Project Manager for evaluations of high-hazard multi-purpose reservoir near Wahoo, Nebraska. Analysis included flood reduction, recreation application, and risk assessment. Project design was completed within Environmental Impact Statement for project.

Skull Creek Watershed Project Evaluation ● Eastern Nebraska ● Lower Platte North Natural Resources District ● 1994 – Project Manager for four flood control and recreation structures in Eastern Nebraska originally proposed under PL-566. Provided evaluation of flood control, recreation, and associated risk assessments.

Road Dam Sites ● Cass County, Nebraska ● Lower Platte South Natural Resources District ● 1993 – Design and field engineer for road dam sites 7, 12ba, 36cb, Cass County, LPSNRD. Sites provided flood control in lieu of replacing damaged county road bridges.

Upper Little Nemaha Watershed Project ● Southern Nebraska ● Nemaha Natural Resources District ● 1993 – Project Manager for economic, environmental (NEPA) and technical analysis of 21 flood control structures in southeastern Nebraska. Project included evaluations for flood reduction, recreation, and breach risk assessment.

Stevens Creek Watershed Project – Flood Control and Open Space Study ● Lincoln, Nebraska ● Lower Platte South Natural Resources District ● 1993 – Project Manager for study of flood control and open space in watershed east of Lincoln. Project involved flood control study, flood mitigation, and risk assessment.

Rivers/Streams

Elkhorn River at 240th Street Bank Stabilization Design and Permitting, Long Term Solution ● Sarpy County, Nebraska ● Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District ● Current – Project Manager and Civil Engineer of record for the final design and permitting for bank stabilization of flood damages near 240th Street. The planned design will restore a historic channel of the Elkhorn River, providing backwater habitat for the Pallid Sturgeon, while diverting channel energy away from the 240th Street corridor and its related infrastructure. Currently developing the 404 individual permit application and submission package.

Elkhorn River IPA Bank Stabilization Construction Services ● Douglas County, Nebraska ● Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District ● 2012 – Project Manager and Civil Engineer of record for $1.3M in construction of bank stabilization for 2010 Elkhorn River flood damages through the 5 mile stretch of the Improvement Project Area (IPA). Project challenges during construction included contractor access for working within the river corridor and permitting constraints.

Elkhorn River at Waterloo Bank Stabilization Review ● Waterloo, Nebraska ● Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District ● 2012 – Review Engineer for bank stabilization measures designed for the Elkhorn River near Waterloo, NE.

2011 Missouri River High Water Marks ● Missouri River Valley ● United States Corps of Engineers, Omaha District ● 2012 – Quality Control Reviewer for post-2011 flood high water marks surveyed, set and recorded along Missouri River from mouth to headwaters.

Elkhorn River IPA Bank Stabilization Design and Permitting ● Douglas County, Nebraska ● Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District ● 2012 – Project Manager and Civil Engineer of record for the investigation, design and permitting for bank stabilization of 2010 Elkhorn River flood damages through the 5 mile stretch of the Improvement Project Area (IPA). This included developing construction plans and specifications for 13 locations identified as needing immediate attention during the investigation phase. A 404 nationwide permit was obtained for the majority of the work and a Regional General Permit 11-02 was obtained for one stabilization site.

Elkhorn River at 240th Street Bank Stabilization Design, Permitting and Construction – Short Term Solution ● Sarpy County, Nebraska ● Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District ● 2012 – Project Manager and Civil Engineer of record for the design and permitting of flood damaged bankline near 240th Street that needs immediate attention. A short-term solution was developed to qualify for a 404 nationwide permit that would provide interim protection while the long-term solution is designed and permitted. Construction plans and specifications were developed and the 404 nationwide permit was obtained, and construction oversight was provided during implementation.

Dead Man’s Run Channel Improvements Project ● Lower Platte South Natural Resources District ● 1993 – Field Engineer for Lower Platte South NRD Dead Man’s Run channel improvements. Channel armoring provided erosion protection for channel through developed Lincoln, Nebraska.

Lakes/Water Quality

Quality Reviewer – City of Omaha and P-MRNRD P-MRNRD Basin Water Quality Management Plan, Nebraska, 2015

Carter Lake Water Quality Improvements Construction Services ● Carter Lake, Iowa and Omaha, Nebraska ● Metropolitan Area Planning Agency ● Current – Project Manager for $3.5M construction project which implemented in-lake management practices focusing on nutrient reduction of 320-acre Carter Lake. Includes shoreline stabilization, detention basin construction, hydraulic dredging and spoils disposal. In-water construction and complex water budget issues added to the project complexity. The project utilized six funding sources and required coordination and involvement with thirteen stakeholder agencies/organizations.

Carter Lake Water Quality Improvements Final Design and Permitting ● Carter Lake, Iowa and Omaha, Nebraska ● Metropolitan Area Planning Agency ● 2012 – Project Manager and Civil Engineer of record that performed the design and permitting of best management practices to improve the water quality in Carter Lake. This included features such as shoreline stabilization, wetland creation, wet detention basins and dredging. Developed construction plans, specification and bid tabulations, and obtained the necessary 404 nationwide permit for the construction activities.

Carter Lake Watershed Management and Final Alternatives Analysis ● Carter Lake, Iowa and Omaha, Nebraska ● Metropolitan Area Planning Agency ● 2009 – Project Manager for developing the watershed management plan to improve the water quality Carter Lake in order to remove it from the 303(d) list of impaired waters. Assessed the cost effectiveness and site specific feasibility of watershed and in-lake best management practices to reduce the pollutant loading to the lake. Determined the most cost effective combination of alternatives to reach the water quality goals and take into final design and construction.

Lake Manawa Diagnostic and Feasibility Study ● Council Bluffs, Iowa ● Iowa Department of Natural Resources ● 2008 – Project Manager for development of diagnostic and feasibility study for Lake Manawa to improve water quality including a major dredging project and the implementation of watershed better management practices to improve water quality.

Cunningham Lake Aquatic Habitat Improvement Project Design, Permitting and Construction ● Omaha, Nebraska ● Nebraska Game and Parks Commission ● 2006 – Project Manager for Nebraska Game and Parks Commission Cunningham Lake Aquatic Habitat Improvement Project. Project provided riser modification, habitat enhancement, in-lake shoreline erosion control, fishery enhancements and dredging to improve water quality.

Cunningham Lake Land Use Analysis Project ● Omaha, Nebraska ● City of Omaha ● 2005 – Project Manager for City of Omaha Cunningham Lake Land Use Analysis Project. Project created overlay district to help guide the appropriate BMPs for watershed development to help protect water quality work recently performed in Cunningham Lake.

Stormwater

26th & Corby Neighborhood Combined Sewer Separation Study and Design ● Omaha, Nebraska ● City of Omaha ● 2012 – Stormwater Design Engineer for the investigation, modeling and design of the partial separation of the combined sewers in the neighborhood.

Raven Oaks Storm Drainage Improvements ● Omaha, Nebraska ● City of Omaha ● 2001 – Design Engineer for City of Omaha Raven Oaks Storm Drainage Improvements. The residential storm sewer improvement project addressed some localized drainage problems and a few safety issues related to overland flow of stormwater runoff.

Other

Nebraska Water Funding Task Force (LB517) Facilitation and Consultation ● State of Nebraska ● Nebraska State Legislature In Accordance with 2013 Legislative Bill 517 ● 2013 – Consultant team member responsible for the development of ranking and weighting criteria for the proposed Water Sustainability Fund, given input from the Task Force. Other responsibilities included the organization of current sustainability-themed projects throughout Nebraska from which the annual program funding level was set.

Carter Lake Well Design and Permitting ● Omaha, Nebraska ● City of Omaha ● 2010 – Civil Engineer of record for the planning and design of the supplemental supply well and delivery system to Carter Lake.

Mapping and Data Management for Master Plan ● Omaha, Nebraska ● Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District ● 1998 – Provided mapping services and database management, Papio-Missouri River NRD 10-year Master Plan.

PRESENTATIONS

Sotak, Michael K. Space Saving Fuse Plug Spillway in Lincoln, Nebraska. In: Association of State Dam Safety Officials 2007 West Regional Technical Seminar; Omaha, Nebraska.
Sotak, Michael K. Surprise! You Own a High Hazard Dam In: Kansas Dam Safety Seminar 2007; Wichita, Kansas.
Sotak, Michael K. Fuse Plug Auxiliary Spillway In: Kansas Dam Safety Seminar 2007; Wichita, Kansas.
Sotak, Michael K. Lake Manawa Geophysical Investigation In: Kansas Dam Safety Seminar 2009; Lawrence, Kansas.
Sotak, Michael K. A Unique Approach to Investigating Levees – A Toolbox Approach In: American Society of Professional Floodplain Managers (ASFPM) National Conference, Oklahoma City, OK 2010
Sotak, Michael K. Geophysical Investigations for Levee Systems – Killing Several Birds with One Stone In: United States Society on Dams (USSD) National Conference, April, 2012
Sotak, Michael K. Sliplining vs. Cut & Cover Spillway Rehabilitation – Lessons Learned. Association of State Dam Safety Officials National Conference, Providence, Rhode Island, September, 2013
Sotak, Michael K. Rehabilitating CMP Pipes with HDPE. American Public Works Association – Eastern Nebraska Spring Conference, Omaha, NE, April, 2015

AWARDS

2006: American Consulting Engineers Council / Nebraska Grand Project Award – Campbell’s Nursery Dam

WORK EXPERIENCE

FYRA Engineering ● Omaha, Nebraska – July 2012 to Current, Principal Engineer/Owner
Tetra Tech ● Omaha, Nebraska – January 2008 to June 2012, Program Manager/Office Lead
Olsson Associates ● Omaha, Nebraska – July 2001 to December 2007, Project Engineer/Water Resources Group Leader
Olsson Associates ● Phoenix, Arizona – July 2000 to July 2001, Project Engineer/Office Manager
Olsson Associates ● Omaha, Nebraska – July 1997 to July 2000, Office Manager/Water Resources Group Leader
Olsson Associates ● Lincoln, Nebraska – September 1990 to July 1997, Assistant Engineer