Sky is a civil engineer with 35 years of water resources engineering experience in the Pacific Northwest. Sky uses his ability to lead multi-disciplinary teams to assist clients in developing fish-friendly flood strategies, and with the feasibility, design, and construction of flood protection, stormwater, wetland, habitat, and river restoration projects. He is known regionally for several large-scale river and flood plain planning and engineering studies that improved community and agricultural resiliency from the threats increased by climate change. These studies identify and quantify increased threats from wildfires, higher intensity rainfall and flood events, increased groundwater elevations, increased coastal wave intensity, higher king tides, landslides, saltwater intrusion, and glacial melting on volcanoes.