New Senior Water Resources Engineer at USKH
Margaret 'Mel' Langdon, P.E.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – USKH Inc. (USKH) is pleased to announce that Margaret (Mel) Langdon, P.E., has joined the multi-disciplined firm as a senior water resources engineer/hydrologist.
Langdon provides USKH’s clients with more than 15 years of experience in water resources engineering, specifically on water resources investigations, water supply planning, advanced detention design, storm water quality, low-impact development and risk assessment. Langdon returns to Alaska after one year working in Oregon.
Langdon’s previous Alaska experience includes four years working as a watershed hydrologist for the Municipality of Anchorage and three years working as the storm water and wetlands program manager for the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation.
Langdon is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers / Environmental and Water Resources Institute and the American Water Resources Association.
“Mel brings a wealth of experience to USKH from her many years in private practice and public service and will be a tremendous asset to our clients with needs in hydrology and hydraulics, early agency coordination, and storm water management,” says Raymond Plummer, P.E., head of USKH’s Environmental and Water Resources Division.
Since joining USKH, Langdon has been busy working on a variety of projects, including the Campbell Creek at Greenhill Way Water Quality Enhancement for the Municipality of Anchorage, the Storm Water Management Program for the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, and the Kotzebue Airport Runway Safety Area Improvements for the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities.
Langdon is a graduate of the University of Washington, and she received her Master of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Colorado. She is licensed in Alaska, Washington, Oregon and Colorado.
About USKH Inc.
USKH is an employee-owned, solution-oriented full service design firm offering fully-integrated architectural, landscape architecture, engineering, environmental, planning, and surveying services to clients throughout Alaska and the Pacific Northwest since 1972. Our mission is creating sustainable solutions to improve quality of life for communities.
Posted: December 10, 2012