Green River Stormwater Retrofit Planning Project
The project management team is comprised of individuals from King County, UW, representatives from the cities of SeaTac, Covington, and Auburn, and the Department of Ecology.
|Jim Simmonds||Retrofit Project Manager & Supervisor - Science and Technical Support Section||206-477-4825
|Larry Jones||Senior Water Quality Planner - Science and Technical Support Section||206-477-4718|
|Curt Crawford||Section Manager - Stormwater Services Section||206-477-4675|
|Doug Navetski||Supervisor-Engineer IV - Stormwater Services Section||206-477-4783|
|Doug Osterman||Watershed Coordinator - WRIAs 8 & 9||206-477-4793
|David Batts||Engineer III - Stormwater Services Section||206-477-4636
|Jeff Burkey||Hydrologist & Computer Modeler - Science and Technical Support Section||206-477-4658|
|Curtis DeGasperi||Engineer III & Computer Modeler - Science and Technical Support Section||206-477-4677
|David Funke||Engineering Lead, Hydrology - Science and Technical Support Section||206-477-4692|
|Daniel T. Smith||Engineer II - Science and Technical Support Section||206-477-4827|
|Brendan Grant||Engineer II - Science and Technical Support Section||206-477-4698|
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
|Professor Erkan Istanbulluoglu||Assistant Professor - Civil and Environmental Engineering||206-543-7923|
|Dr. Richard R. Horner||Research Associate Professor - Landscape Architecture & Civil Engineering, Adjunct Associate Professor - Center for Urban Horticulture||206-782-7400 or 206-543-9240|
|Professor Robert Edmonds||Professor - School of Forest Resources|
|Olivia Mary Wright||Modeling Intern - Graduate student in the Hydrology and Water Resource Department||404-216-7890|
|Ben Parish||Engineering Technician II - City of Covington||253-638-1110, ext. 2273|
|Ed O'Brien||Washington State Department of Ecology||360-407-6438|
|Mindy Roberts||Washington State Department of Ecology||360-407-6804|
|Don Robinett||Stormwater Compliance Manager - City of SeaTac||206-973-4722|
|Chris Thorn||Water Quality Programs Coordinator - City of Auburn||253-804-5065|
|Dino Marshalonis||Stormwater Technical Coordinator - US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Office of Water and Watersheds||206-553-1519|
University of Washington (in kind match ~$20k): UW Researchers will lead development of the water quantity and quality goals for the study. Secondly, the University will development and apply DHSVM watershed and SUSTAIN models, including visualization of model output for the study area. Dr. Erkan Istanbulluoglu and Dr. Bob Edmonds are principal investigators, and Dr. Rich Horner is a contributing investigator.
Cities of Auburn, Covington, and SeaTac (in kind match ~$5k each): Stormwater managers from these three cities participate in the project management team that provides technical guidance, oversight, and review for the project.
Cities of Black Diamond, Burien, Des Moines, Federal Way, Kent, Maple Valley, Normandy Park, Renton, and Tukwila (no match): Stormwater managers from these cities support this project and will participate as their budgets allow by providing input and reviewing products.
Muckleshoot Indian Tribe (no match): Staff from the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe will participate as their time and budget allows by providing input and reviewing products.
Department of Ecology (no match): Staff from the Washington State Department of Ecology will participate in the project management team, and provide input at each stage of the project, and review project deliverables.
WRIA 9 Forum (no match): The WRIA 9 Forum will be briefed and provide input at all stages of the project. The Forum has representatives from each jurisdiction within the WRIA, along with state and federal agencies, tribes, businesses, and environmental groups.