Alberto Pujol, P.E.Senior Principal Engineer
Alberto Pujol is a registered civil engineer with over 30 years of experience. He has been responsible for the planning, siting, evaluation and design of a wide range of water resources projects as well as numerous projects involving the rehabilitation or replacement of existing infrastructure, including levees, dams, pipelines, roads, tunnels and impoundments. Managing contracts with professional service budgets up to $25 million, he has directed conceptual and feasibility engineering, planning and execution of investigations, development of construction plans and specifications, preparation of reports and construction management. He has extensive experience in the supervision of multi-disciplinary teams of engineers and scientists, as well as a strong technical background with emphasis on solving problems and reducing costs.
Mr. Pujol has provided engineering support of construction operations for dams, power plants and flood control projects, including temporary support of excavations, river diversions, cofferdam design, borrow area operations, material processing, dewatering systems, sediment control and access roads.
Alberto has a M.B.A. in Business Administration from the University of California, a M.S. in Civil Engineering/Geotechnical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin, and a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Madrid.
- Project Manager for Bear River Setback Levee, 2008 Flood Control Project of the Year (ASCE Region 9)
- Project Manager for Feather River Setback Levee, 2010 Outstanding Flood Management Project (ASCE Region 9)
- Project Manager for Upper Sand Creek Detention Basin, 2014 Project of the Year (American Public Works Association Northern California Chapter)
- Licensed Professional Engineer: CA, WA
- Licensed Geotechnical Engineer: CA
- FERC – Independent Consultant
- Member ASCE, USSD, ASDSO