Provide statewide direction on hydrologic and hydraulic design relating to the drainage and distribution of water on all Interstate, State and Local Highway Systems.
Assure the hydraulic design, construction and maintenance of highway bridges and culverts are economical yet adequate in protecting the environment, minimizing flooding and preventing erosion of private and public property.
Provide technical assistance and training to Consultants /District Design Staffs, and review and approve Hydraulic Reports for all bridge and culvert construction and replacement statewide.
Serve as a voting member of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Technical Committee on Hydrology and Hydraulics representing Region 4 (16 western states).
Manage the Statewide Bridge Scour Evaluation Program and serve as chairman of the Interdisciplinary Bridge Scour Committee.