Location: Seattle, WA
Owner: City of Shoreline
OCI was responsible for the TESC and stream bypass plan for this flood management and habitat restoration design project. Deliverables included plans and detail sheets, specifications, engineer’s cost estimate, and the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP). Challenges included: bypass of a flashy, urban stream and isolation of the sediment pond during dredging. Construction in Meadowbrook Pond was completed in the 2012 fish window and Thornton Creek Confluence was constructed in the 2013 fish window.
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- Fish Passage Analysis and Design
- Stream and Habitat Restoration
- Bioengineered Bank Stabilization
- Wetland Restoration
- Barrier Assessment
- Hydrologic and Hydraulic Modeling
- Alternatives Analysis
- Large Woody Debris (LWD) Design
- Environmental Permitting and Documentation
- Temporary Erosion and Sediment Control (TESC)
- Construction PS&E
- Construction Services
Matthew has 26 years of experience planning, analyzing, designing, and managing a wide variety of water resources related projects including levee assessments, flood protection, and floodplain studies, fish passage and culvert replacement projects, wetland mitigation and river restoration projects, stormwater, and various hydrologic and hydraulic basin studies. Matt has worked with federal, state, tribal staff, and local agencies to lead multidisciplinary teams for complex projects throughout Washington State.
Joined OCI: 2019
Education: MS, Civil Engineering, Colorado State University; BS, Civil Engineering, University of Washington
Licenses and Certificates: PE in Washington State, WSDOT Fish Passage and Stream Restoration Design Trained
Associations: ASCE, AWRA, SAME
HOBBIES & INTERESTS
Matthew enjoys skiing, attending Seattle Sounders matches, watching the University of Denver Men’s Lacrosse, and having fun in the great PNW outdoors with family and friends.