Paul Glenn – Water Resources Engineer
Paul is a civil engineer and hydrogeologist with over 14 years of experience in delivering water resources-related projects. He has significant experience in hydrologic, hydraulic and water quality modeling for both surface water and groundwater environments. Paul is highly experienced in the environmental aspects of engineering projects including environmental impact analysis, chemical analysis interpretation, and the development of groundwater and surface water sampling plans.
Kristin Tirado – Water/Wastewater Engineer
Kristin joins RMC after working a number of years for both Kennedy/Jenks and CDM. She has managed the design of a variety of water/recycled water projects including treatment facilities, pipelines, pump stations, water turnouts, wellhead equipping and disinfection and wastewater disposal facilities. Kristin received her bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo.
Ricardo Martinez – Senior CAD Designer
Ricardo Martinez is a civil/mechanical design CADD technician with 23 years of experience. His strengths include extensive experience in AutoCad and working knowledge of MicroStation Software.
Brenda Ponton – Water Resources Planner
Brenda is a water resources planner who received her master’s degree from the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management at UC Santa Barbara, and her bachelor’s degree in Molecular and Cell Biology from UC Berkeley. Her master’s thesis was titled “Sustainable Water Use in the Ventura River Watershed”, which included integration of hydrologic and water use data into one comprehensive model as well as an examination of different scenarios such as climate change and land use changes and how they impact the water budget.
Dominick Amador – Water Resources Engineering
Originally from Turlock, Dominick completed his B.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Cornell University and his M.S. in Water Resources Engineering from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. Prior to joining RMC, Dominick was a graduate student engineer for the Cal Poly Irrigation Training and Research Center and held an internship at Turlock Irrigation District, where he assisted in the design and implementation of the District’s SCADA system and ArcGIS software development.
Katie Cole – Water Resources Planner
Katie is a water resources planner who received her master’s degree from the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management at UC Santa Barbara, and her bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Environmental Studies at Santa Clara University. Her master’s thesis was a Water Action Plan, which involved examination of UCSB’s historical and current water use data to identify and evaluate strategies for reducing future consumptive water use.
David Moering – Environmental Engineering
David has an undergraduate and graduate engineering education from UCLA, where he completed his master’s thesis on comparative evapotranspiration rates in Los Angeles parks. He has spent the past few years working at the LA Bureau of Sanitation, both as an intern and a contract employee through MARRS Services, Inc.; and during that time he gained experience working on master planning, stormwater permits, wet weather storage modeling, and integrated resources planning.
Madison Casserly - Project Engineer
Madison Casserly has a background in wastewater and recycled water conveyance, treatment, and infrastructure. She comes to RMC after working at Kennedy/Jenks for the past two years and before that, for the City of San Jose’s South Bay Water Recycling Program. Madison has experience providing project management, design, bid support and construction support services for replacement/retrofit of existing infrastructure. In addition, Madison has experience with state and federal grant funding proposals, grants management, and is also a LEED Green Associate.
Shelly Masuda – Project Engineer
Shelly Masuda earned a master’s degree in civil and environmental engineering from Stanford University and a bachelor’s degree in environmental engineering from the University of Southern California. She joins RMC after working at Locus Technologies in Mountain View where she assisted with soil and groundwater investigation projects, provided regulatory compliance oversight, and supported the development of an online environmental data management software. In addition, she worked as a graduate research assistant at Stanford University.
Sally Johnson – Planner
Sally Johnson has a background in both environmental science and history. Her environmental focus is on conservation planning, with additional training in water resources management on the watershed level. Her past experiences include regulatory work on the Federal level, as well as ecological field work with an emphasis on entomology.