Water Resources Engineer
Andrew Smith is a civil engineer experienced in civil works planning, design, and construction. He has led design efforts throughout the Bay Area, including his work for the Santa Clara Valley Water District on the Guadalupe River Flood Risk Management Program. Andrew is experienced in implementing environmental restoration techniques in both rural and urban settings. He has developed large and complex designs, drawings, specifications, and cost estimates for multipurpose projects.
Andrew works in the civil engineering hydrology/hydraulics service line at WRA. He helps develop feasibility studies, terrain models, design drawings, specifications, and cost estimates. His expertise focuses on providing engineering services for streams, rivers, and tidal marsh restoration projects.
Santa Clara Valley Water District, Upper Guadalupe River Flood Risk Management Project, Reaches 7 and 8, San Jose, California
Sonoma County Water Agency, Dry Creek Restoration, Healdsburg, California
Marin County Public Works, Corte Madera Creek Flood Risk Management, Kentfield, California
California State Coastal Conservancy, Hamilton Wetlands Restoration, Novato, California
B.S., Civil Engineering, Santa Clara University
Professional Engineer (Civil): CA #C82649
US Army Corps of Engineers Leadership Development Program