DEANNE M REYNOLDS, PE
316 S. Washington St.
Chelan, WA 98816
ENGINEERING EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
SCJ ALLIANCE 2018
Project Engineer for consulting firm
QA/QC on drawing sets; preparation of permit applications (JARPA, HPA, etc.) and grant applications; water, sewer, and other design elements for a variety of projects.
CITY OF CHELAN 2006-2017
Development Project Manager for City of Chelan Public Works
Oversight of domestic water, sanitary sewer, and transportation projects, including conceptual design, budget, plans & specifications, bid process, field engineering, and close-out. Review of all engineering plans and specifications to insure compliance with City of Chelan Development Standards, Chelan Municipal Code, and other applicable regulations.
Preparation of grant and loan applications, from funding sources such as Transportation Improvement Board (TIB), Safe Routes to School, Public Works Trust Fund (PWTF), Surface Transportation Programs (STP), and State Revolving Fund.
Coordinate with Planning Department to provide Public Works input on all new development: subdivisions, short plats, binding site plans, commercial development, and multi-family residential. Provide input to Planning Department regarding code changes, zoning issues, sub-area plans, multi-modal transportation plans, Downtown Master Plan, GMA updates, and UGA expansion.
Coordination with other agencies, such as Washington State Department of Transportation and Chelan County PUD, during project development, design, and construction.
Responsible for in-house design and construction management of small utility and transportation projects.
Oversee consultant efforts on water and sewer comprehensive plan updates, and provide updates to city-wide Capital Facilities Plan. In charge of updates to the City Development Standards and six-year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).
Preparation of permit applications, including shorelines permits (JARPA), and coordination with regulatory agencies such as Fish & Wildlife, Army Corps of Engineers, Department of Natural Resources, etc.
In charge of construction management for other City departments, for projects such as park & marina expansion and city-wide energy upgrades.
CONSULTING ENGINEER (self-employed) 2003-2006
Water system design (source, treatment, storage & distribution, technical reports), on-site septic system design (pressurized systems, sand filters, aerobic treatment units, drip disposal, and packed bed), retaining wall design (concrete cantilever & MSE), dock and seawall design, structural design for single family homes and light commercial buildings, drainage plans for residential and commercial sites.
HAMMOND COLLIER ASSOCIATES 1990 – 2003
Chelan and Wenatchee, WA
Consulting Engineer for branch offices of Seattle-based engineering firm. Prepared plans, specifications and cost estimates for municipal projects in Eastern Washington: domestic water (technical reports for WSDOH, reservoirs, main replacements, booster pump stations), sanitary sewer (feasibility studies, STEP systems, sewer line replacements, on-site septic systems, vacuum sewage systems), and streets & sidewalks; field engineering for utility and transportation projects; structural design, including retaining walls and foundations.
FORT WORTH WATER DEPARTMENT 1983 – 1984
Ft. Worth, Texas
Design Review Engineer and Assistant Construction Engineer for the department in charge of both domestic water and sanitary sewer service for the City of Fort Worth.
FISCHBACH/LORD, A JOINT VENTURE 1981 – 1982
Field Engineer for electrical contractor on Washington Public Power Supply System Nuclear Plant No. 2 at Hanford; inspected and directed rework required on Class I conduit and cable tray supports.
MONTANA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS 1979 – 1980
Field Engineer on Interstate-90 bridge construction near St. Regis, Montana.
WESTINGHOUSE HANFORD 1978 – 1979
Associate Engineer at Hanford Engineering Development Laboratory; assisted in the design effort for a nuclear hot cell and fuel reprocessing facility.
WATERWORKS EMPLOYMENT HISTORY (part-time) 2002 – 2013
Certified Operator under contract to several Group A and Group B small water systems in Chelan & Douglas counties; these systems utilized bag filtration or diatomaceous earth filtration, and chlorination.
University of Washington, Seattle, Washington – B.S. Degree, Civil Engineering, 1977
Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan – B.S. Degree, Letters & Engineering, 1976
Registered Professional Engineer in State of Washington since 1987, No. 24206
WSDOH Water Works Operator Certification No. 8190: Water Treatment Plant Operator I, Water Distribution Manager I, Water Distribution Specialist, Cross Connection Specialist.