Alexander Huizenga, EIT Water Resources Engineer
Alex is a water resources engineer focused on environmental monitoring, hydrology, hydrogeomorphology, and restoration. After earning his M.S. in Environmental Engineering from Colorado State University, Alex served as an environmental engineer in Washington, DC, and an asset management engineer in New Zealand where he scheduled and managed fieldwork and performed data analysis and report writing.
At Stone, Alex:
- Applies a hands-on approach to site evaluation, design of stormwater treatment practices, and preparation of engineering drawings and permit documents;
- Conducts field testing and desktop analysis to evaluate the capacity of potential wastewater dispersal sites and infiltrative stormwater practices;
- Supports analysis and data management for ongoing phosphorus control planning and asset management projects;
- Conducts topographic survey, hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, and drafting assistance for stream restoration projects, including dam removals, culvert upgrades, streambank stabilizations, and floodplain reconnection projects;
- Provides field support for flow gauging and water quality monitoring studies; and develops report maps for IDDE studies, watershed plans, engineering reports, and various field experiments.
Years of Experience 10
Years at Stone 2
Master of Science, Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2015, Colorado State University
Bachelor of Science, Environmental Analysis and Assessment, 2011, University of Vermont