RJH is proud to announce that four of our engineers have passed the Professional Engineer (P.E.) Exam and have obtained their
P.E. License for the State of Colorado. All registered P.E.s are required to have graduated from an accredited engineering program, have at least four years of experience under the supervision of another P.E., and pass the P.E. exam. Our newest P.E.s are:
Samantha Guillies has been with RJH for nearly five years, and specializes in civil and geotechnical engineering. She has been instrumental in the development of the South Boulder Creek Regional Detention project, and has provided services that include geotechnical analyses, cost estimates, concept-level design drawings, and field engineering.
Adam Merook has been with RJH for more than four years, and specializes in hydrologic and hydraulic engineering. He has served as a design engineer for outlet works and spillway projects in Colorado and Wyoming, and has significant experience in complex groundwater modeling.
Ezra Stockton joined RJH in July 2018 and specializes in geotechnical engineering. He is experienced in subsurface exploration; interpretation of test results; cost estimating; and geotechnical analyses including seepage, slope stability, settlement, lateral earth pressures,
and seismic deformation. He is also experienced in the design of seepage collection and
seepage risk mitigation systems.
Chris Leclair joined RJH in August 2020 and has expertise in civil and hydraulic engineering.
His services provided to date includes the design of spillways and water conveyance
structures, hydrologic modeling and flood mapping, conducting risk assessments, and developing emergency action plans for dams operated by the U.S. Forest Service.