Expert in Engineering: Wastewater Collection, Water Distribution, Water Resources, Hydraulic Modeling, GIS
Expert ID: 724401 Illinois, USA
He has used hydrology in stormwater, wastewater, and water resources engineering while modeling and analyzing collections and drainage systems. Hydrology is the study of water cycle as it moves from one stage to the other in our environment. Hydrology is a critical component of any systems analysis that requires "wet-weather" considerations. It is considered in water resources, stormwater drainage, and sewer system infiltration/inflow analyses. Hydrology is a main component of hydraulic/hydrologic (H/H) computer modeling when analyzing drainage and sewer systems under storm or wet-weather conditions.
He has modeled large water distribution system models as part of developing comprehensive system wide master plans. Using the analysis of these models, he has developed capital improvement plans for various water utilities. These analyses required analyzing population projections and determining water demands to be applied throughout the system. System analysis includes scenarios such as peak day demands, extended period simulations, and fire flow analysis. He has experience with various water distribution models including H2ONet and WaterCAD.
He has extensive experience, all over the United States, in developing sewer system master plans. His expertise is in all aspects of collection system analysis including data management, hydraulic modeling, flow and rainfall analysis, GIS, pump station capacity analysis, gravity sewer pipe sizing, and CIP development. Over the past 15 years he has used several models and has completed dozens of master plans. Some of the models he is proficient in include EPA SWMM, XP-SWMM, InfoWorks, InfoSewer, H2OMap, SewerCAD, Hydra, and adICPR. Furthermore, he has developed software for sewer system modeling including SWMM CONNECT (GIS interface to EPA SWMM 5), and QP Manager (flow and rainfall data management and analysis software).
He has conducted several surface modeling studies in South Florida both as part of research and consulting projects. Within the surface water modeling, he is more specialized in urban stormsheds. He has applied various hydraulic/hydrologic models as part of these studies including EPA SWMM and XP-SWMM. He has also performed water quality analysis in addition to water quantity of surface water runoff. As part of these modeling studies he has modeled and analyzed pipes, pumps, canals, and culverts.
He has performed systems planning studies all over the country for various small to large sized utilities and carries a wealth of knowledge in wastewater collection system, water distribution systems, and water resources studies.His keen interest in applying technology to engineering analysis has led to development of several software tools for the industry in the areas of hydraulic modeling and flow analysis.
Expert may consult nationally and internationally, and is also local to the following cities: Peoria, Illinois - Springfield, Illinois - Decatur, Illinois - Bloomington, Illinois - Davenport, Iowa - Iowa City, Iowa
|Year: 1990||Degree: BS||Subject: Civil Engineering||Institution: Oregon State University|
|Year: 1995||Degree: MS||Subject: Civil and Environmental Engineering||Institution: Florida International University|
|Years: 2003 to Present||Employer: Undisclosed||Title: President||Department:||Responsibilities: Business Development, Project Management, Technical Analysis in hydraulic modeling and planning studies|
|Years: 2000 to 2003||Employer: Black & Veatch||Title: Project Engineer||Department:||Responsibilities: Technical Project Management, Consulting, Technical Analysis in hydraulic modeling and planning studies|
|Years: 1995 to 2000||Employer: PBS&J||Title: Senior Engineer||Department:||Responsibilities: Consulting engineering and technical lead in hydraulic modeling of wastewater and water resources engineering|
|Years: to Present||Agency: Highline Water District||Role: Hydraulic Modeler||Description: He is conducting the system water hydraulic analysis of the water distribution system|
|Years: 2005 to 2006||Agency: Rock River Water Reclamation Distriction||Role: Technical Advisor/ QA / QC||Description: Assisted the prime consultant in completing a system wide wastewater collection system master plan|
|Years: 2005 to 2006||Agency: Wheaton Sanitary District||Role: Technical Advisor/ QA / QC||Description: Assisted the prime consultant in completing a system wide wastewater collection system master plan|
|Years: 2006 to 2006||Agency: City of Kansas City Missouri||Role: Technical Advisor / QA / QC||Description: Assisted the prime consultant in completing a combined sewer system basin study|
|Associations / Societies|
|Water Environment Federation|
|Licenses / Certifications|
|He is licensed in the States of IL, FL, and WA|
|Publications and Patents Summary|
|He has 20 publications ranging from regional conferences to international journals|
|Training / Seminars|
|As part of project completion, he has developed delivered Hydraulic Modeling Training courses to several utilities all over the country.
He has presented papers at several regional and national conferences.
|Other Relevant Experience|
|Custom Software Development for the related industry.|
|Urdu||100% fluent in Urdu|