Hannah is a coastal engineer with a focus on restoration design development in coastal, fluvial, and estuarine environments. Her project portfolio includes tidal wetland, beach, and river restoration projects; sea-level rise and climate change assessments; flooding vulnerability studies; and fish passage design.
Hannah thrives on working with interdisciplinary teams and developing creative engineering solutions that work within client’s constraints. She collects and manages geospatial datasets, models dynamic aquatic environments, and identifies critical physical processes driving site design. Her environmental modeling skill set consists of wind wave, tidal circulation, sediment transport, and water balance modeling.
Hannah’s design experiences ranges from conceptual design through construction phase services, including permit documentation support. She excels at communicating complex technical concepts to clients, stakeholders, and the public through presentations, technical writing, and graphics.