Tim Tobin, PE, PMP, ENV SP

BHC Since:
2020

Registration/Certification:
Professional Engineer, WA
Project Management Professional (PMP)
Envision Sustainability Professional (ENV SP)

Education:
Master of Business Administration at National University, San Diego
BS, Civil Engineering at University of Washington, Seattle
Certificate in Green Stormwater Infrastructure Design and Management at University of Washington, Seattle
Certificate in Construction Practices at San Diego State University, San Diego

Bio:
Tim is a senior project manager and project technical leader who draws upon his broad experiences as a naval officer, systems integration engineer, teacher, technical writer, heavy civil construction superintendent, and civil engineer to effectively lead and manage project teams in the successful delivery of solutions to public-client goals for water, sewer, stormwater, and municipal street and sidewalk improvements. A Seattle native, proud Husky, and former Bothell Councilmember, Tim is invested in the welfare of this community and appreciative of the opportunity to work closely with local cities and special water and sewer districts to enhance vital public infrastructure.

Peter Heller, EIT

BHC Since:
2020

Registration/Certification:
EIT

Education:
BS, Environmental Engineering at University of Colorado Boulder


Bio:
Peter is a staff engineer that provides technical support on various civil, sewer modeling, and wastewater treatment projects. He joined the BHC team shortly after graduating from CU Boulder in 2020. Peter was born and raised in Colorado, which provided him with a passion for solving water issues and appreciating the outdoors. His background in environmental engineering pushes him to always seek the most sustainable solutions to public health crises. He also has a desire to travel the world after studying in both Tanzania and Australia during his time at CU. Peter spends his weekends hiking, backpacking, and learning to kayak around the PNW.

Emma Van Orden, EIT

BHC Since:
2020

Registration/Certification:
EIT

Education:
BS, Civil Engineering at the University of Washington


Bio:
Emma is a staff engineer who joined BHC in the spring of 2020. She most enjoys working on stormwater and wastewater projects but is passionate about creating and maintaining all kinds of sustainable and equitable infrastructure. While she loves travelling, she has lived in Seattle her entire life. She is also a lifelong dancer, having started ballet classes at the age of four and continued formal dance training through college. In her free time, Emma enjoys spending time with friends and family, cooking, taking dance classes, and tending to her growing collection of houseplants.

Kevin Garcia, EIT

BHC Since:
2020

Registration/Certification:
EIT

Education:
BS, Civil Engineering at University of Washington

Bio:
Kevin is a staff engineer who strives to develop a well-rounded skill set in pursuit of assisting his colleagues and providing the best possible service to the client. He is a team-player who aims to continually develop his skills and knowledge to add value to the projects on which he works. Kevin loves to travel and has been to four continents. He grew up in the Philippines, migrated to the United States, did an internship in France, and studied abroad in Australia. He is fluent in both English and Tagalog, and he speaks some French. Kevin enjoys staying active through hiking, dancing, and working out. He also enjoys watching films and playing board games.

Chuck Linders, EIT

BHC Since:
2007

Registration/Certification:
EIT, WA

Education:
BS, Civil Engineering, Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA

Bio:
Chuck is a civil engineering specialist with a focus on water, wastewater, and stormwater engineering. Much of his career has emphasized his expertise in hydraulic and hydrologic analysis. He began his career working in the solar engineering field, applying skills learned in the integrated Environmental Studies and Alternative Energy Systems programs studied in college. He later began working with civil engineering firms, contributing to, and later leading multidisciplinary teams working on comprehensive plans, collection system and distribution system designs, I/I reduction, and hydraulic modeling.

Chuck is a native Washingtonian, growing up in eastern Washington before moving to the “west side.” He and his wife Teri moved to the Seattle area in 1980 where they raised two daughters, Kendra and Savannah. Chuck now has new best-buddy in Henry, his first grandchild. Strong family ties bind Chuck’s family and extended families together.

Outside of work, Chuck’s favorite activities are golfing, fly fishing, and kayaking on the small lake where he and his family live. His family’s involvement in the eastern Washington wine industry often takes center stage for summertime travels, activities, and events.

Chris Schmidt, PE

BHC Since:
2020

Registration/Certification:
Professional Engineer, WA

Education:
BS, Civil/Environmental Engineering at University of Washington

Bio:
Chris leads the planning, scheduling, and development of scopes of service for water and sewer projects, as well as quality assurance/control, design work, contract writing/coordination, construction administration/coordination, technical guidance and assistance to verify design goals are met and applicable codes and requirements are adhered to. He is also a liaison between regulatory agencies and owners. As a project manager for capital projects in special purpose districts and developer extensions, he leads the design of sewer and water systems from the pre-design stage to construction close-out. Chris also works with project managers and other engineers and technical staff in planning, designing, construction administration, research and analysis, comprehensive planning, construction and site observation, client, subconsultant, and general public coordination and communication, as well as client/owner representation. Chris is the District Engineer for Soos Creek Water and Sewer District.

Venu Kanthan Kandiah, PE

BHC Since:
2019

Registration/Certification:
Professional Civil Engineer, WA
Professional Civil Engineer, CA

Education:
PhD, Civil Engineering, North Carolina State University
MS, Earth System Science, University of California, Irvine
MS, Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Berkeley
BS, Civil Engineering, University of California, Irvine

Bio:
Venu is a water resources engineer with a solid background in modeling. He enjoys learning and pursuing new knowledge across a broad variety of fields. He is passionate about using his knowledge and experience in helping clients. Venu was born in Sri Lanka. He lived in Ethiopia and Italy before moving to the US. He has lived in California, Texas, North Carolina; and the last few years in the Pacific Northwest with his wife Dayini.

Venu and Dayini enjoy traveling and exploring places, cultures, and food from near and far.

Margarita Rodriguez

BHC Since:
2020

Education:
BS, Environmental Engineering at University of California, Riverside

Bio:
Margarita is an environmental engineer with experience in planning utility projects and design in stormwater projects. Her interests include stormwater, green infrastructure, and wastewater engineering. She values great team effort, mentorship, and interesting design challenges. Margarita was born and raised in Southern California. She is passionate about music and enjoys serving at her local church. Margarita was first introduced to Seattle when she came for a Society of Women Engineers conference and has fallen in love with the city since. Now Margarita spends time in Seattle hiking beautiful trails by the mountains and exploring lively events in downtown.

Jim Gross, PE, PMP

BHC Since:
2012

Registration/Certification:
Professional Engineer, WA
Professional Engineer, PA
Project Management Professional

Education:
BS, Civil Engineering at Lehigh University

Bio:
Jim manages water and wastewater planning and design projects and leads the engineering group at BHC. He especially enjoys the long-standing relationships he has formed with clients, some spanning more than 20 years. Jim also appreciates that BHC has made a difference in the region – cleaner drinking water, healthier waterways, and better communities. Jim’s hobbies include running, biking, hiking, skiing and all things Steelers, Penguins, and Springsteen.

When not doing those things, he is likely watching his two teenage daughters playing soccer or basketball.

Tony Fisher, PE, PMP

BHC Since:
2008

Registration/Certification:
Professional Engineer, WA
Project Management Professional (PMP), Project Management Institute

Education:
BS, Civil Engineering at University of Washington

Bio:
Tony is a project manager engineer that has spent his entire engineering career in the greater Seattle area. He has a broad background in water and sanitary sewer engineering projects with a keen interest in trenchless construction methods. Tony enjoys interacting with clients to assist them with overcoming their project challenges via creative and innovative solutions. On a personal note, Tony enjoys spending time with his wife (Becky) and his twin daughters (Maggie and Katie). When he isn’t at work or chauffeuring his daughters to gymnastics, he may often be found on the golf course or rooting on the Husky football team.

Tom Giese, PE

BHC Since:
2013

Registration/Certification:
Professional Engineer, WA

Education:
MS, Civil Engineering at Oregon State University
BS, Civil Engineering at Oregon State University

Bio:
Tom believes that the keys to successful client service are responsiveness and attention to details. Tom works hard to develop collaborative relationships with clients and be a reliable resource. As a principal engineer, Tom manages a variety of projects, but that does not deter him from attending to even the smallest details. It is through this immersive involvement that Tom can confidently stand behind his work. Tom’s love of music and playing guitar stretch back over 30 years and continue to this day. His fondness for camping and hiking became ingrained from dozens of campouts and hundreds of miles hiked on his way to becoming an Eagle Scout. Tom and his wife Melinda are parents to two teenagers, Jonathan and Anna. 

Sara Palmerton, EIT

BHC Since:
2018

Registration/Certification
EIT

Education:
BS, Environmental Engineering at the University of Michigan

Bio:
Sara is a staff engineer who provides technical support for wastewater treatment and conveyance projects. She finds great reward working on projects that both safeguard human health and protect the integrity of the environment. Sara grew up and went to college in the Midwest. As an outdoor enthusiast constantly yearning for more elevation gain, she relocated to Washington in 2018. When she is not helping solve Western Washington’s sewer related challenges, Sara spends her time hiking and backpacking around the PNW, mastering the art of skiing in dense Cascade powder, dabbling in crocheting and needlepointing projects, and enjoying Washington’s superior craft beer scene.

Ron Dorn, PE

BHC Since:
2006

Registration/Certification:
Professional Engineer, WA
Professional Engineer – Inactive: Guam, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands

Education:
BS, Civil Engineering at University of Washington

Bio:
Ron is a senior project manager and President of BHC. Ron has extensive experience with water and sewer pump station design, water system planning, quality control reviews, and project management. Ron is focused on delivery of excellent designs to our clients, both for his projects and for those being managed by other staff. He is committed to providing a fun, challenging, and rewarding environment for everyone working at BHC. Ron is a Western Washington native, being born and raised in the area. He has lived here his entire life, except for an 18-month stint in Guam. Ron is a life-long fly fisherman and enjoys camping, skiing, and traveling to far-away places with his wife, Lori. Most weekends, you can find Ron spending time with friends or with his grandkids (currently 4 granddaughters with another grandkid due in May 2020).

Noah Allen, PE, PMP

BHC Since:
2006

Registration/Certification:
Professional Engineer, WA
Project Management Professional

Education>:
BS, Civil Engineering, Specialization in Environmental Engineering at Seattle University

Bio:
Growing up on the southern slopes of the Big Island of Hawaii gave Noah an appreciation for both the access to clean water and the need to responsibly manage waste (solid waste and wastewater). After graduating from Seattle University, Noah joined BHC at the formation of the company. As a project manager serving municipal water, wastewater, and solid waste clients, Noah has the opportunity to not only provide necessary infrastructure, but also build lasting relationships. Like many in the pacific northwest, Noah enjoys hiking, backpacking, and exploring the natural beauty of the region.

Nate Palmatier, PE

BHC Since:
2016

Registration/Certification:
Professional Civil Engineer, WA
Professional Civil Engineer, OR
Professional Civil Engineer, ID
BICSI RCDD/NTS

Education:
MS, Chemistry at Central Washington University
BS, Chemical Engineering at Colorado School of Mines
BS, Mathematics and Computer Science at Colorado School of Mines

Bio:
Nate, a native of Washington, resides with his wife, Kristina, and two Miniature Schnauzers, Bob and Harley. Nate’s love of electrical engineering began at 6 years-old when his father purchased a computer as a gift to the family. Nate took an affinity to programming. First, using this gift for evil to re-program his 7th grade classroom computers as a prank. Fortunately, Nate has turned to use his skills for good and now designs control systems for BHC. When not working at BHC, Nate spends his time traveling (Peru, Greece, Indonesia, South Africa, etc.), snow skiing, and cooking with Kristina.

Mark Wildhood, PE

BHC Since:
2019

Registration/Certification:
Professional Engineer, WA

Education:
BS, Civil Engineering at Penn State University

Bio:
Mark is a structural engineer with over seven years of experience providing residential and commercial engineering design for projects throughout the PNW. Mark enjoys the complexities of structural design in the context of water infrastructure projects, and he has a passion for bridging disciplines and making technical information understandable and accessible.

Mark spends almost all his free time drawing, painting, and taking photos.

Kranti Maturi

BHC Since:
2016

Education:
BS, Civil Engineering, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, India
MS, Civil Engineering, University of Illinois, Chicago

Bio:
Kranti is a civil engineer focusing primarily on stormwater, site civil design, and permitting. She values communication, responsiveness, and strong relationships with clients and project teams. She believes understanding client’s needs and delivering high quality products in a timely manner are key elements for a successful project. Kranti grew up in India and moved to the United States in 2001. Kranti has a creative side as well; she loves designing and stitching clothes, cooking (yummy Indian food), and baking/decorating cakes. Kranti and her husband, Vijay, have two smart and creative daughters, Aanya and Maaya. Together, they enjoy hiking and traveling.

Kenneth Gray, PE

BHC Since:
2010

Registration/Certification:
Professional Engineer, WA

Education:
MS, Civil Engineering at University of Washington
BS, Civil Engineering at University of Washington

Bio:
Kenneth, a self-declared “jack of all trades, master of none,” brings a wealth of ingenuity and knowledge to the wastewater engineering world. From his earliest days working in construction to detailing complex mechanical systems today, Kenneth’s background and big-picture focus fosters a unique distinction in expertise and execution. Although sometimes the conversations go astray on topics abroad, Kenneth thoroughly enjoys working together with clients to identify and implement their goals. Outside the office, Kenneth can often be found with his wife and daughters exploring the outdoors, hanging out with friends and family, and on occasion netting a nice fish.

Ken Dahl, SE, PE

BHC Since:
2010

Registration/Certification:
Structural Engineer, WA
Structural Engineer, AK
Professional Engineer, CA

Education:
MS, Structural Engineering, Stanford University
BS,  Civil Engineering, Santa Clara University

Bio:
Ken is a principal structural engineer at BHC. He became a structural engineer because he thrives on the challenges and responsibilities for safe and efficient structural designs. Ken enjoys the fact that each project has its own specific needs and a typical approach cannot always be used. Ken has designed buildings all over the world and has been able to travel to many of their construction sites for first-hand observations. He has experience in most structural materials and uses that expertise to determine the right structure for each project. Ken grew up in the Puget Sound area and has always lived in the region other than his college years.  He is an avid Seattle sports fan with season tickets for the Mariners, Seahawks, Huskies, and Sonics (Where are they now?). Ken and his wife, Mary, enjoy going to sporting events, traveling, and spending time with their adult daughters Melissa and Suzanne. 

Katie O’Neill, PhD

BHC Since:
2018

Registration/Certification:
Chartered Engineer, Ireland

Education:
PhD, Biosystems Engineering at University College Dublin, Ireland
B.AgrSc, Environmental Engineering at University College Dublin, Ireland

Bio:
Katie is a biosystems engineer that works across a variety of areas including water, wastewater, and solid waste management. Katie enjoys the broad range of projects available to work on at BHC and believes the key to successful projects hinges on building good working relationships with co-workers and clients alike.

Katie and her Husband, Niall, moved to Seattle in 2014 from Dublin, Ireland. They are enjoying all that family life has to offer them and their twins, Alanna and Oisin, and labrador Ralph.

Jordan Zier, PE

BHC Since:
2008

Registration/Certification
Professional Engineer, WA

Education:
MPA, Public Administration, University of Washington
BS, Civil Engineering at University of Colorado

Bio:
Jordan is a project manager and project engineer with broad experience in water and wastewater engineering, working on planning, design, and construction project phases. He prides himself on responsiveness and understanding of client project objectives and goals. Jordan has past residences in California, British Columbia, and Sydney, Australia, but Washington has been his home for more than 20-years. Jordan and his wife, Megan, enjoy the challenges and rewards of raising their two daughters, Hadley and Holland. When he is not spending time with his family, Jordan can be found at a Seahawks game, playing golf, or exploring the mountains.

John Gillespie, PE

BHC Since:
2018

Registration/Certification:
Professional Engineer, WA

Education:
BS, Civil Engineering at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
BS, Industrial Technology at Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, Louisiana

Bio:
John is a civil engineer/project manager that enjoys working closely with clients and colleagues and developing valuable relationships. John’s primary focus is on municipal utility engineering projects. John enjoys working on many different types of projects involving water, sanitary sewer, storm water, and facilities. John was born and raised outside of New Orleans. He moved to Seattle in 1990. John enjoys activities in the Great Northwest, such as hiking, climbing, boating, fishing, and golfing. Geaux Tigers!

John Frech, PE

BHC Since:
2006

Registration/Certification:
Professional Engineer, WA
Professional Engineer, AK

Education:
MS, Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering and Sciences at Stanford University
BS, Civil Engineering at University of Washington

Bio:
John is a process and civil engineer that enjoys working with clients to help improve their municipal infrastructure. His goal is to create environmentally friendly, long-lasting solutions that are tailored to his client’s needs. John grew up locally in Bremerton and was commonly out on the Puget Sound and the Straights of Juan de Fuca fishing for the elusive salmon.  It was on those fishing trips that he first fell in love with the beauty of the water and the Northwest, and where he forged a desire to protect it. John strives to continue to grow, and as a result, has a broad range of experience with projects including; water distribution, municipal sewage collection systems, pump stations and treatment improvements, and landfill leachate collection and treatment projects.

John and his wife Michele are proud parents of two active boys, Cole (13) and Sam (11).  When they are not coaching one of them in soccer, or watching them play lacrosse, they love to get up into the mountains to share time with them on the ski slopes.

Jeff Gibson, PE

BHC Since:
2014

Registration/Certification:
Professional Engineer, WA
Professional Engineer, AK
Professional Engineer, CA

Education:
BS, Electrical Engineering at University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Bio:
Jeff is an electrical engineer who relishes in problem solving. Jeff builds long-term relationships with his clients by designing safe, reliable, maintainable, and affordable systems. His favorite part of engineering is learning from and providing mentoring to his colleagues. Jeff often travels with his wife Adrienne or spends winter days chasing their twin boys down the ski slopes. Year round you might find him looking for his ball on the golf course. He’s lived his entire life in the Pacific Northwest.

Gustavo Franco, PE, SE

BHC Since:
2016

Registration/Certification:
Professional Structural Engineer, WA
Professional Structural Engineer, CA
Professional Engineer, AK

Education:
BS, Architectural Engineering at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, CA

Bio:
Gustavo is a senior structural engineer with extensive experience designing and providing construction administration services for a variety of building structures. Gustavo provides complete structural engineering solutions to projects while delivering projects, focused on completeness, efficiency, and on schedule. Gustavo grew up in central California with 4 siblings and moved to Seattle in 2008. Gustavo spends most of his free time with his two boys, Helio and Marcelo.

Dave Harms, PE

BHC Since:
2007

Registration/Certification:
Professional Engineer, WA

Education:
BS, Civil Engineering at University of Washington

Bio:
Dave is a senior engineer with BHC. His primary focus is water, sewer, and stormwater computer modeling in support of comprehensive planning efforts and design studies. His passion for modeling began in 1983, performing a SWMM modeling analysis for an EIS. Dave values responsive client service and enjoys the challenge of using hydraulic models to find innovative solutions for utility capital improvements and optimizing system operations. Dave grew up in the Seattle area and his main passion is spending time with his family. He also enjoys getting outdoors and especially hiking the Cascades and Olympics. One of his favorite hikes is Granite Mountain in the fall, when the huckleberries are ripe.

Darin Rogers, PE

BHC Since:
It’s complicated.

Registration/Certification:
Professional Engineer, WA

Education:
BS, Civil Engineering at Montana State University, Bozeman

Bio
A native of the Pacific Northwest, Darin has partially escaped to warmer climates and likes to spend his time growing fruits and vegetables using organic methods and developing his property in Hawai’i using permaculture methods. Darin also enjoys exploring the world and experiencing different cultures. As a civil engineer, he brings his concern for the environment to providing solid waste and stormwater solutions to clients.

Cris Castro, PE

BHC Since:
2016

Registration/Certification:
Professional Engineer, WA

Education:
BS, Civil Engineering at Purdue University

Bio:
Cris is a civil engineer that enjoys getting involved in projects, from cradle to grave, including planning, alternatives analysis, conceptual design, detailed design, permitting, construction, and closeout. Cris is a native Pacific Islander (Guam) and uses his cultural values, of mutual respect and the island spirit, to foster great working relationships with co-workers, clients, and other engineering/construction colleagues. He moved from Guam to the “States” in 2000 to acquire a more diverse engineering work experience. Cris and wife, Felice, are proud parents of Lyla and Luke; and spend a lot of time on weekend adventures (traveling, hiking, biking, and an occasional microbrewery visit).

Chris Kelsey, PE, PMP

BHC Since:
2013

Registration/Certification:
Professional Engineer (WA, OR and AK)
Project Management Professional (PMP), Project Management Institute

Education:
BS, Civil Engineering at Lehigh University

Bio:
Chris is a water/wastewater project manager who has spent the entirety of his engineering career based in the Puget Sound. He counts the many friendships he has developed with clients since 1990 as far more memorable than any technical accolades his projects have received.

A true dual-coaster who maintains his deep friendships with those he grew up with “back east”, Chris feels most at peace when recreating outdoors. He immediately migrated west after college to gain exposure to the vertical landscape of the Northwest, which is offered in greater supply than the flat terrain of his Long Island, New York heritage. Chris and his wife, Vonda, are the proud parents of their two overgrown sons, Nate and Cole.

Casey Bryant, EIT

BHC Since:
2019

Registration/Certification:
EIT

Education:
MS, Civil Engineering at University of Idaho
BS, Civil Engineering at University of Idaho
BA, Spanish at University of Idaho

Bio:
Casey is a staff engineer that started with BHC in the summer of 2019, and has enjoyed every moment with the company thus far. Casey’s passion for environmental health has led him to focus on wastewater and process engineering. He plans to obtain his professional engineering license in 2022. In his spare time, Casey enjoys exploring the beautiful Pacific Northwest through camping, backpacking, and hiking. He also enjoys traveling the world. In college, Casey studied abroad in Spain for a year to study the Spanish language and culture. Later, he returned to walk the Camino de Santiago, exploring Spain’s northern coast with his novia.

Carla Talich, PE

BHC Since:
2016

Registration/Certification:
Professional Engineer, WA

Education:
BS, Civil Engineering,Washington State University
BA, Physics, Whitworth College

Bio:
Carla is a senior project manager and civil engineer specializing in stormwater and water resources.  She has gained experience through working in both public and private sectors.  An important goal for Carla is to develop high quality, functional, and durable projects for our clients in a cost-effective and efficient manner.  She understands the permitting processes and collaboration needed to implement complex multi-disciplinary projects.  Carla and her husband Robert have two creative and hardworking sons, Brady and Eli, and an exuberant dog named Zoey. Together, they enjoy soccer, tennis, year-round camping, dock-diving, and innovating on home and garden projects.

Cameron Ochiltree, PE

BHC Since:
2016

Registration/Certification:
Professional Engineer, WA

Education:
BS, Environmental Engineering at Montana Tech of the University of Montana

Bio:
Cameron is an engineer and project manager who enjoys working closely with clients and colleagues on large, complex water and wastewater projects, resolving challenges through creative solutions.  Cameron enjoys building relationships with clients and assisting them in planning, designing, and executing projects to address the objectives of their organizations and stakeholders with creative and value-added solutions. Cameron was born and raised in the Puget Sound area.  He and his wife Becca enjoy building, creating, camping, and exploring with their two boys,Owen and Emmett.  He is also a novice bird-dog trainer and enjoys training, testing, and chasing birds with Kobi, his German wirehaired pointer.

Becca Ochiltree, PE

BHC Since:
2016

Registration/Certification:
Professional Engineer, WA
Washington Low Impact Development Design Certificate

Education: BS, Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Washington

Bio:
Becca is a civil engineer focusing primarily on stormwater, surface water, site civil design, and environmental permitting, who loves looking at the big picture and then breaking down the details to ensure a successful project for her clients. Becca believes communication, attention to detail, and a good dose of humor is the key to building strong relationships with clients, regulators, and co-workers alike. She appreciates BHC’s culture of work-life balance, giving her plenty of time for playing with her two young sons, camping, skiing, wine tasting, and fantasy football.

Bard Horton, PE

BHC Since:
2007

Registration/Certification:
Professional Civil Engineer, WA
Professional Civil Engineer, AK
Professional Civil Engineer, OR
Professional Civil Engineer, NV


Education:
MS, Civil Engineering at University of Washington
BS, Civil Engineering at University of New Mexico


Bio:
Bard is a civil engineer specializing in solid waste facility engineering. In school, his emphasis was hydraulic and hydrologic analysis and he began his career focusing on stormwater, water, and wastewater facility design. His first solid waste facility experience was designing stormwater facilities for a landfill closure. He now focuses on leading multidisciplinary design teams in all aspects of landfill engineering. Bard was born in Detroit but grew up in northern New Mexico. He and his wife, Jessica, moved to Seattle in 1987 to attend graduate school at UW where they developed close and lasting friendships with several other graduate students and their partners. They raised two children, Zach and Hannah.
Outside of work, Bard’s favorite activities are kayak camping in the San Juan Islands, vacationing on the Oregon Coast, grilling with family and friends, and enjoying a hoppy IPA.

Greg Mockos, PE

BHC Since:
2015

Registration/Certification:
Professional Engineer, WA

Education:MS, Civil – Water and Wastewater Engineering at University of California At Davis
BS, Environmental Engineering at Montana Tech of the University of Montana

Bio:
Greg is a process engineer that values strong and long-lasting relationships with clients and engineering colleagues in the field of wastewater engineering. Greg continually seeks innovative approaches and designs in his projects with the goal of providing clients with added value while stimulating his project staff with new and interesting design challenges. Greg grew up overseas in Italy and speaks fluent Italian. He often returns to visit old friends and family and always brings back the family’s very own extra-virgin olive oil, so ask him for a sample! He came to the States in 2001 to attend his studies and has been in the Pacific Northwest since 2007. Greg and his wife, Kara, spend most of their time showing the world to and having fun with their daughter, Elsebeth.