Daniel is an experienced stormwater and water resources designer, who excels at analysis of urban hydrology and hydraulics. He has assisted jurisdictions across Western Oregon in the development of Stormwater Master Plans and Capital Improvement Programs by providing exemplary technical analysis and conceptual design services. His design experience focuses heavily on Low Impact Design Approaches (LIDA), and he is well-versed in the design of bio-retention and bio-filtration facilities such as rain gardens, green roofs, swales, and permeable pavement. His experience also includes stormwater management planning, riverine hydraulic analysis, bridge and culvert scour analysis, revetment design, underground injection control, and floodplain mapping. Daniel is an expert in the development of stormwater management designs that make the best use of the often-limited right-of-way available for transportation projects.