OCI completed the alternatives analysis design and construction documents (PS&E) for a 60-foot long 12-foot by 7-foot bottomless precast culvert for Little Swamp Creek at the NE 192nd Street crossing in Kenmore, WA. The culvert will relieve persistent flooding and meets WDFW fish passage standards. The project includes: fish passable culvert design, XPSWMM H&H analysis, in-channel grading, franchise and district utility relocations, water and sanitary sewer encasement, restoration planting, permit coordination with WDFW and the Muckleshoot Tribe, and raising the roadway to provide adequate protection of the culvert. The project design documentation will be used by the City to establish a 100-year Base Flood Elevation for Little Swamp Creek. The culvert ribbon cutting ceremony was held in fall of 2017.
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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
- Construction PS&E
- Construction services
Vice President of Engineering / Senior Project Manager
As Vice President of Engineering and Senior Project Manager, Laura provides specialized hydrologic and hydraulic engineering, modeling, and design on OCI projects. Laura’s professional engineering experience and background includes hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, flood reduction studies, stormwater management plans, small drainage projects and providing field direction during the placement of large woody debris. Her technical expertise also includes stormwater master planning, preparation of construction documents (PS&E), and capital improvement plan development. Laura is organized with a strong attention to detail.
OCI Shareholder and Board Member
Joined OCI: 2010
Education: BS in Civil Engineering, University of Washington
Licenses: PE in Washington State
Associations: ASCE, APWA
HOBBIES & INTERESTS
Laura likes to get out and move. She loves the rush of running races and doing CrossFit, as well as the more relaxed pace of walking the dog, working in the garden, and tending to the chickens.