Rajesh 2019Senior Water Resources Engineer

Years of Experience: 10


  • M.S., Environmental Engineering, 2010
  • B.S., Civil Engineering, 2006
  • Rosgen Level IV, River Restoration & Natural Channel Design, 2018
  • Rosgen Level III, River Assessment and Monitoring, 2017
  • Rosgen Level II, River Morphology and Applications, 2016
  • Rosgen Level I, Applied Fluvial Geomorphology, 2016
  • Introduction to Arc GIS 1, 2009
  • AutoCAD Training, 2007
  • Certificate in Web Application Programming, 2002
  • OSHA 40-Hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Course, 2016
  • OSHA 8-Hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Refresher Course, 2018


  • Professional Engineer, Maryland, 2018
  • Professional Engineer, Virginia, 2019
  • Professional Engineer, Kentucky, 2018
  • Registered Engineer, Nepal, 2007
  • MDE Erosion & Sediment Control Responsible Personnel Certification, 2016

Highlights of Experience

Rajesh has extensive technical experience as a Water Resources Engineer, working with City, Federal, State and County governments. He has more than 10 years of experience in water and natural resources management and stream restoration design.  He is competent in wide extents of ecological resources assessment, planning, permitting, design, construction, monitoring, and maintenance of environmental restoration projects.  Highlights of Rajesh’s experience include:

 Stream Restoration and Wetland Mitigation
  • performs stream restoration using natural channel design and function-based stream restoration project process to improve their function and stability
  • performs stream functional assessment, channel stability assessment, fluvial geomorphic assessment and stream classification
  • designs stream and stormwater outfall retrofit projects to meet the TMDL goals by providing functional uplift to maximize the water quality credit potential
  • prepares design plans, cost estimates, and specifications for habitat restoration projects
  • performs environmental mitigation design for wetland mitigation
Stormwater Management (SWM)
  • performs planning and design for new and retrofit stormwater management projects
  • obtains National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits
  • designs and evaluates best management practices
  • prepares SWM reports, plans, specifications and estimates for construction
Hydrology and Hydraulics
  • performs hydrologic and hydraulic modeling and computations necessary for obtaining permits, including those for SWM, Erosion & Sediment (E&S) Control wetland creation and stream restoration
  • calculates TMDL reductions and impervious area credits associated with restoration projects per the Maryland Department of the Environment’s Guidance
Construction Oversight
  • performs construction oversight for ecosystem restoration projects including SWM, streams and wetlands and their associated floodplains and riparian buffers for project implementation