Kerri A. Puckett, P.E.Water Resources Engineer
Kerri Puckett is a project manager and water resources engineer with experience in hydraulics, hydrology, design of dams, and stormwater management engineering. She has managed projects ranging in value from a few thousand dollars to a multi-million dollar construction effort. The majority of her experience involves hydrology and hydraulics for design of dams and other hydraulic structures. Her design experience includes hydraulic structures such as outlet works, diversion structures, spillways, stilling basins, impact structures, erosion protection, and fish passageway structures.
She is experienced with dam safety inspections and evaluations, potential failure mode analyses (PFMA), preparation of CSIRs, STIDs, and DSSMP/Rs. Ms. Puckett’s engineering expertise includes evaluating design storms based on Probable Maximum Precipitation and Floods (PMP and PMF), frequency flood analyses, and inflow design studies. Her hydraulic modeling experience includes dam breach studies, overtopping analysis, flood wave routing, incremental damage assessments, and inundation mapping.
She holds a B.S. and an M.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Wyoming.
- Licensed Professional Engineer: MI, WI, IL, OH, CO, GA
- USSD Leveraging PFMA to Perform SQRA
- USACE RMC Risk Tools and Calculations for Risk Assessments
- USSD Probabilistic Flood Hazard Analysis
- Leadership Development Program Graduate
- OSHA Construction Safety and Health
- Adult First Aid/CPR