Since joining MSA in 2003, Brad has become our Potable Water Community of Practice (CoP) chair. As a project manager and senior project engineer, he works closely with municipalities to plan, design and construct a wide variety of infrastructure systems, including potable water supply and distribution systems.
Brad provided planning, well site evaluation, financing, design, DNR permitting and construction services to the City of Horicon, Wis., to address two non-code-compliant wells in River Bend Park. The result was a new 1200 gpm well that does not require costly radium removal facilities. The project, which also included two test wells and a wellhouse facility, was funded in part by the Safe Drinking Water Loan Program.
In the first phase of an indoor fish hatchery project in Wisconsin, Brad provided pre-design planning and preliminary engineering studies to evaluate anticipated raw water quality from different aquifers and corresponding treatment alternatives. In the second phase, he provided design-related services for the well siting, DNR permitting services and design of four new high-capacity wells.
A native of Amherst, Wis., Brad graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a degree in civil engineering and is a licensed professional engineer in Wisconsin. He also is a LEED® Accredited Professional and a member of the American Water Works Association.
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