Chris Frei, M.S., P.E.

Chris is a senior hydraulic engineer with over 10 years of professional and academic experience working on complex hydraulic and water resource projects throughout the Pacific Northwest.

His background covers a wide range of river and stream related issues including floodplain management and regulation, floodplain permitting, infrastructure protection, sediment management, scour analysis, stream restoration, bridge and culvert design, and flood and erosion hazard assessment and prioritization. Chris has practical experience applying a variety of H&H models to support hydraulic analyses and design, and has spent hundreds of hours observing and documenting stream and floodplain conditions, collecting topographic and bathymetric surveys, and implementing stream monitoring programs for urban runoff and natural stream systems.

When not in the office Chris enjoys anything outdoors including mountain climbing, backpacking, skiing, road biking and running.