Geosyntec Consultants welcomes Wayne Huber, Ph.D., P.E., to its Portland, Ore., office as Senior Consultant in watershed and stormwater management. Wayne brings a wealth of experience in stormwater modeling, water resources, urban hydrology, and environmental issues in natural waters. Before joining the firm, Wayne spent more than 40 years in research and teaching at the University of Florida and Oregon State University (OSU), collectively.

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Wayne is a primary author of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Storm Water Management Model (SWMM). He has authored or co-authored more than 100 peer-reviewed journal papers, conference proceedings papers, and technical reports, addressing topics such as best management practices (BMPs), low impact development (LID), control trade-offs, and stormwater management methodologies.

Wayne has served as principal investigator or co-principal investigator for projects sponsored by the U.S. EPA, National Cooperative Highway Research Program, and Water Environment Research Foundation related to guidance methodology for evaluation, selection, placement, and design of BMP and LID facilities. Most recently, he served as principal investigator on a project for Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) involving the conversion of their stormwater sewer modeling basis to SWMM5 with input from an ArcGIS database.

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In addition to serving as Senior Consultant at Geosyntec, Wayne serves as Professor Emeritus of Civil and Construction Engineering at OSU. He received his B.S. in engineering from the California Institute of Technology and both his MS and PhD in civil engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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