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Denver employees Andrew Stevens, Patrick Radabaugh & Carl Bundschuh have all received promotions
Dewberry recently promoted three water/wastewater experts in the firm’s Denver office. The work of Andrew Stevens, Patrick Radabaugh and Carl Bundschuh has helped grow the water /wastewater engineering practice in the Southwest region.
Andrew Stevens, P.E., project engineer, has been promoted to associate. He has more than 20 years of experience, specializing in water/wastewater, computerized hydraulic modeling, utility master planning and construction engineering services. He has designed more than 40 miles of pipeline ranging up to 66 in. in diameter and is experienced in trenchless technologies and pipeline rehabilitation methods. Stevens earned his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Auburn University and is a licensed professional engineer in Colorado.
Patrick Radabaugh, P.E., has been promoted to associate. Radabaugh has more than 15 years of experience in wastewater treatment plant planning, design and construction. He has served as project manager, lead engineer and construction manager on various wastewater projects including lift stations, treatment facilities, process optimization, and planning studies. Radabaugh’s specialties include master/facility planning, flow and load projections, chemical and biological process modeling (including Biowin), process optimization, process design, energy conservation, clarifier modeling and biological phosphorus removal. He has a bachelor’s degree from New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology and a master’s degree in environmental engineering from Michigan State University. He is a member of the Water Environment Federation and the Rocky Mountain Water Environment Assn.
Carl Bundschuh, P.E., has been promoted to associate. He has 18 years of experience in civil and environmental engineering. His pipeline work experience includes large diameter steel water pipeline alignment studies and designs for water transmission mains. Bundschuh also has experience in route assessment and screening, appurtenance selection, hydraulics and transient modeling, pipeline outlet and connection design, boring and jacking, river and railroad crossings, cost estimates, regulatory coordination, and construction management. Bundschuh has a bachelor’s degree in civil and environmental engineering from Clarkson University and a master’s degree in environmental engineering from the University of Buffalo.