Brian Dietrick has worked in an Operations Manager role for RMC Water and Environment, a 110-person engineering company in California, covering responsibilities for three of eight offices that included recruiting, onboarding, training, mentorship, office management, staffing, quality assurance and control, performance reviews, and other management duties. In 2016, RMC Water and Environment was acquired by Woodard & Curran, Inc., a 1,100-person engineering company headquartered in Portland, Maine. Since that time, Brian has served as a Senior Environmental Engineer, specializing in facilities planning and design for recycled water, water resources, and wastewater projects. He has experience in technical planning for collection systems, distribution systems, groundwater recharge facilities, integrated regional water management plans, urban water management plans, and environmental impact and regulatory compliance reports. Brian’s design experience includes large-diameter trunk sewer relief and replacement projects, sewer force mains, and sewer rehabilitation. He is also experienced in funding, cost estimating, industrial waste discharge, and public outreach.
In addition to his engineering planning and design experience, Brian has served as a faculty lecturer at Loyola Marymount University for graduate level solid waste management courses.