Kevin is a water resources engineer with more than 30 years of experience in hydraulic engineering and hydrology. During his graduate school work, he was involved in the physical modeling of river systems and participated in some of the early efforts to bring engineers and biologists together for culvert fish passage and habitat restoration projects in the 1980s.

He has performed several riverine and coastal flood studies in the Pacific Northwest for FEMA and has accomplished numerous projects for other federal, state, and local government, and non‐profit environmental organizations in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, California, and Montana. Kevin has conducted projects at a range of spatial scales, including floodplain restoration planning throughout the Central Valley and GIS analyses of the entire United States to assess national flood risk for FEMA. In addition to technical work, he has assisted FEMA with the development of flood insurance study guidance and national flood policy. Kevin’s diverse experience includes hydrology; hydraulics; stormwater management; flood hazard, vulnerability and risk assessment; water supply investigations; coastal and river flood risk and floodplain evaluations; fluvial geomorphology; reservoir operations; river engineering investigations; fish passage and fisheries habitat restoration; NPDES stormwater permitting; and, public education for stormwater pollution prevention.