John Covey,

PE, CFM

John has over 15 years of experience in the planning, analysis, design, program financing, and policy development of water resources related projects. He has performed countless watershed studies using a variety of hydrologic and hydraulic methods across the North American continent in varying terrestrial ecosystems. Since the FEMA Map Modernization era to today’s Flood Risk era he has been a part of flood study development in FEMA Region 3, 4, 6, 7, and 8. In 2013, he assisted in flood mitigation studies in relief of the flood recovery of City of Calgary, Alberta. In addition to FEMA studies he has supported numerous water resources projects including dams & dam breach analyses, levee certification & rehabilitation, CIPs, urban development plans, master drainage plans, stormwater program business plans, stormwater policy development, and stream restoration. He has developed hydrologic and hydraulics models for numerous stormwater projects specializing in 1-D and 2-D methods, single-event & continuous simulations, NEXRAD calibration & historical event simulation/calibration, and numerical analyses of urban closed systems. John is a certified PC-SWMM Instructor and has provided general H&H modeling workshops for a variety of software systems & methods across the US and Canada. Finally, John is a key service line leader specializing in H&H, stormwater, and digital & technology services which develop applications supporting stormwater as well as flood risk identification, communication, mitigation, and resiliency.