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2016 GREATWEST STOZ `TZ aagwaoaQ . t�. �I SaM.19S u01jeJISiuivapd }u0aq pua �?uiaa9uOu3 K r AiNn-Coij NOSH3ass • • • HELENA PO Box 4817 • 2501 Belt View Drive Helena, MT 59604 • 406.449.8627 • Fax 406.449.8631 Gr t est engineering • • • December 21,2015 • Board of Commissioners Jefferson County Commission Office PO Box H • Boulder,MT 59632 RE: Jefferson County Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal • • Dear Commissioners: • It is remarkable to think that the relationship between Great West Engineering and Jefferson County is entering its second decade. During this time,we have assisted the County in • securing over$1 million in grant funding that led to the replacement of 13 bridges. Our partnership has also produced$1.45 million in grant funding for the Big Pipestone Creek • watershed study and associated improvements and$259,000 in grant funding for the Sugarbeet • Row wastewater improvement project. Grant funds aside,we have assisted the County with nearly 80 projects in recent years ranging in complexity from stream permit applications to the • creation of Rural Special Improvement Districts. Great West has developed strong working relationships with a broad cross section of County staff and possesses a thorough knowledge of the infrastructure concerns faced by Jefferson • County. Through the years,the relationship between Jefferson County has developed through mutual trust,respect,and communication. We look forward to strengthening this partnership in the future. • Sincerely, • Great West JE ngineering, Inc. • i B' Lloyd,P i i � • Principal Enclosures:6(Five copies and 1 original) • • • • • BILLINGS 115 N Broadway Suite 500 Billings,MT 59101 • 406.652.5000 • Fax 406.248.1363 • • • /�1 • G�eatWest Table of Contents • engineering PAGE • • • • • About Great West 1 • Lump Gulch Bridge Project Approach&Understanding 2 • O Work Plan &Schedule 3 • le • Project Team 4 Experience with Jefferson County 7 UJ Project Experience 9 • Dunn Lane Bridge 0 Availability&Capacity 24 • References 25 Team Resumes AppendixA • • Montana City Trail • • • - • HELENA �. PO Box 4817.2501 Belt View Drive = '" Helena,MT 59604 PHONE 406.449.8627 . Frx:406.449.8631 �. - • _ - • T. y BILLINGS :• ,• _ •_. • I cram 1 115 N.Broadway,Suite 500 S G B.B 1 Billings,MT 59101 . PnoNE:406.652.5000 406.248.1363 0 B: Ili • • • JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 1 • • • • GreatWest About Great West • engineering Great West understands the needs of county governments and is excited to continue our relationship with Jefferson County. . Great West has provided On-Call engineering ser- vices to Jefferson County for over 10 years. During our 31 years of service, we have designed over 250 • bridge and culvert replacements and implemented miles of county road improvements. Boulder Courthouse Sidewalks • Great West offers unmatched grant writing success that will GREAT WEST'S SUCCESS save you money! WITHIN THE TSEP PROGRAM IS Great West has secured over $2.9 million in grant • EXCEPTIONAL. and reimbursable funding for Jefferson County. Our firm has prepared over 200 grant applications that • ' " ' projects have secured over $145 million dollars in State and • of - top 10 ranked projects Federal grant funding for our clients. . 2005: 13 of the top 16 ranked projects 8 o.. 16 ranked projects- 2011: 17 of the top 30 ranked projects • . 2013: 19 of the top 31 ranked projects 'l am very mile Great West will go to make sure . of o projects a project is completed pr..- Ma ison County Schulz, Commissioner • �. - • We are a 59 person firm Our experience preparing • with a strong knowledge Preliminary Engineering Reports of Jefferson County (PERs) and improving roads and infrastructure. bridges will result in a better • Great West has managed over 78 infrastruc- project. • ture projects for the County ranging from Great West has prepared 13 PERs and 4 success- • RSID road improvements and bridge replace- ful Treasure State Endowment Program (TSEP) grant ments to wastewater system improvements applications for Jefferson County. We have prepared 0 and comprehensive planning services. over 45 TSEP bridge grant applications for Montana • counties which have resulted in 160 bridge and culvert . projects. 0 JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 1 40 Gr�tWest Project Approach & Understanding engineering PROJECT APPROACH a priority for the County. The Kountz Road Culvert is a key element of the Big Pipestone Creek restore- Great West has partnered with Jefferson County on tion project. Jefferson County has spearheaded the nearly 80 projects since 2005. The projects range restoration of Big Pipestone Creek to mitigate the in scope from comprehensive planning services to loss of prime agricultural land, prevent the spread the creation of Rural Special Improvement Districts of Eurasion Milfoil throughout the Jefferson and (RSIDs). This experience has allowed Great West to Missouri River systems, and protect Whitehall from develop a strong working relationship with all levels flooding. The Hot Springs Road Bridge is located on of Jefferson County staff. Our intent is to utilize the a farm to market route that experiences significant w knowledge gained and relationships developed to heavy truck traffic. The PERs will form the basis of improve Jefferson County's infrastructure and sup- a TSEP grant application to be submitted in May, • port economic growth. 2016. Great West offers unmatched experience with the development of bridge PERs and prepara- Our firm is very familiar with the Jefferson County tion of TSEP grant applications. bridge system. We have inspected every structure With the retirement of the long time County Planner in the County, many on multiple occasions. Great • this past November, Jefferson County is in need of West prepared a Bridge Evaluation and Capital to provide planning services. Great West is excited Improvement Plan in 2006. The CIP was updated vide these services either on a long-term or in 2008, 2010, and 2012. Our firm partnered with to pro Jefferson County to submit 4 TSEP grant applica- temporary basis. One example needed services a♦ is the status of the County Subdivision ision Regulations. tions that led to the replacement of 13 bridges. The current regulations are substantially out of date Great West understands Jefferson County's bridge with regards to statutory requirements and profes- system and will efficiently develop the PERs and sional best practices. The Montana Department of • TESP grant application for the Hot Spring Road Commerce will soon be releasing an updated ver- Bridge and Kountz Road Culvert. sion of the Model Subdivision Regulations that are based upon state statute and best practices. Our senior planner,Jerry Grebenc, is on the state-wide team of land use professionals that is reviewing the model document. He has in-depth knowledge of the document and will be able to help the County tailor the document to its needs to quickly and ef- ficiently adopt it. r In addition to these assets,Jerry has over 15 years of land use planning experience in a variety of • High valley Road Culvert capacities throughout the State of Montana. He is Great West's approach to client relations involves known as an excellent communicator and respected • the assignment of a Client Champion that serves as land use planner. He can efficiently review subdivi- the primary point of contact and client advocate. In sion applications and zoning requests, facilitate the update the event that the Client Champion may be unavail- the County's growth policy and other able, a Lead Project Engineer will be designated planning documents. He will ensure that planning and community development services will be oor- to serve as a secondary point of contact for the dinated with other County departments and boards County. Great West is proposing to assign Bill Lloyd such as the Clerk and Recorder's office, the Envi- as the Client Champion for Jefferson County and ronmental Health Department and Planning Board. Jeremiah Theys as the Lead Project Engineer. Jefferson County- Project Understanding w The development of PERs for the Kountz Road Cul- vert replacement and Hot Springs Road Bridge are JEFFERSON COUNTY i Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21,2015 2 • • • GreatWest Work Plan and Schedule • engineering • WORK PLAN AND SCHEDULE Geotechnical investigation. Great West developed the following proposed work Phase 4- Project Design • plan and schedule for the preparation of the Kountz • Prepare hydrologic and hydraulic study reports. Road Culvert and Hot Springs Road Bridge PERs • Preliminary structure design and layout. • and Treasure State Endowment Program grant . Preliminary review meeting with County. application. • Final design, plans, and specifications. • Phase 1-County Bridge Inventory&CIP • Final review meeting with County and TSEP. • • Coordinate with County staff, review existing Phase 5-Bidding Procedures • data and MDT NBIR reports. • Assist County with soliciting bid proposals from • Inspect critically rated structures. contractors. • Prepare bridge evaluation and update Jefferson . Prepare bid tabs, Notice of Award,Agreement, • County Bridge CIP. bond & insurance review, and Notice to Proceed. Phase 2-Preliminary Engineering Reports and Grant Phase 6-Construction Management • Application • Coordinate with County, Contractor,TSEP, utili- • Confirm County's intent to select the Kountz ties, and landowners. • Road Culvert and Hot Springs Road Bridge for . Conduct preconstruction conference. • the grant application. • Submittal reviews. • Prepare PIERS per Uniform Preliminary Engineer- ing Analysis for Montana Public Facility Projects • Construction observation and progress reports. outline. Labor standards reviews and reporting. • • Oversee development of Environmental Assess- • Final inspection and as-built drawings. • ments (EA) and conduct public hearings. • Prepare TSEP grant application, respond to Phase 7 -Grant Administration agency comments, and testify at Legislature. • Prepare and submit TSEP start-up documents • • Prepare and maintain project files. Phase 3-Field work,Survey,Mapping,&Data Collection • Review and track project expenditures and pre- • • Conduct topographic survey of each site and pare TSEP drawdown forms. • prepare base maps. • Prepare and submit TSEP quarterly reports and • • Incorporate utility and easement information final closeout documents. WORK ELEMENT 2016 2017 • Physical Inspections Finalize Bridge Inventory • Prepare PERs&EAS • Prepare TSEP Applications • Respond to Agency Comments • Legislative Involvement • Secure TSEP Funding&Contract with TSEP Field Survey&Data Collection --- Project Design - • Advertise&Award Bids,Sign Agreement - Construction Project Closeout • • 3 JEFFERSON COUNTY ( Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 • • • • Project 4Team • Great West engineering • ORGANIZATION CHART w • JEFFERSON COUNTY • • • • CHARGE/PROJECT Bill Lloyd, PE • • • LEAD PROJECT ENGINEER Jeremiah Theys,PE • COMMUNITY DEVELOP- ENVIRONMENTAL/ TRANSPORTATION/BRIDGES SITE DEVELOPMENT/ • MENT/PLANNING WATER RESOURCES/ Bill Lloyd,PE SUBDIVISION PLAT AND JerryGrebenc PERMITTING Karl Yakawlch,PE SANITATION REVIEWS • Craig Erickson Jeremiah Theys,PE Jeremiah Theys,PE Jerry Grebenc Amy Chadwick Ryan Holm,PE Collette Anderson,PE • Cole Peebles, PE Ryan Elliott,PE • Jonathan Weaver,PE Grayson Gillin,El • WATER/WASTEWATER FUNDING/GRANT SOLID WASTE • Craig Pozega,PE ADMINISTRATION Robert Cherch,PE Collette Anderson,P Bill Lloyd,PE Stephanie Beckert,PE • Jeremiah Theys,PE • Craig Erickson • SURVEY/DRAFTING TRAILS/PARKS CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION/ • Matt Morris,PLS Jeremiah Theys,PE INSPECTION Dan Karlin,PE Karl Yakawlch,PE Karl Yakawich,PE • Bret Anderson Grayson Glllin,El Jeremiah Theys,PE • Jack Knorr • • • PROJECT TEAM • • The following provides a brief description of the • responsibilities of key staff that will be involved with Jefferson County projects. Resumes for all • key personnel are included in Appendix A. Please • note that although the following are listed as part j of the immediate project team, numerous other individuals with varied experience will be available • as needed. Kounh Road Culvert • • JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineeringand Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21,2015 4 • • • ^Cnitl�est Project Team engineering • Bill Lloyd, PE—Principal-in-Charge/Project Manager • Bill will serve as the primary point of contact for Great West. He will be responsible for ensuring staff avail- ability, quality assurance checks,and overall coordination. Recent work with Jefferson County includes the Jack Mountain Estates RSID Road Improvement project, Sugarbeet Row Wastewater project, and the TSEP- funded Saturday Night Bridge and Dunn Lane Replacements. Bill is very familiar with Jefferson County staff • and infrastructure having served as the County On-Call engineer since 2005. He has a strong background in county infrastructure funding and serves as the engineer for several Montana counties. Bill graduated from • Montana State University with a degree in Civil Engineering and is a licensed Professional Engineer in the • State of Montana. • , •u • Jerry Grebenc- Senior Planner • Jerry will offer excellent planning and community development expertise to Jefferson County. He _�'.!, • has been involved with community develop- ment and planning in Montana for over 16 years • including work in both the private and public • sector. Jerry has managed the development of • private lands, served as a local land use planner and county planning director in Lewis and Clark • County, and worked for the State of Montana Jeremiah Theys, PE—Lead Project Engineer • providing practical land use advice and assis- Jeremiah will be the Lead Project Engineer for the • tance to local governments. Most recently,Jerry Jefferson County On-Call Contract and will serve served as a project manager for the non-profit as the secondary point of contact for Great West. • organizations the Sonoran Institute and Future He will manage the TSEP grant application project • West working on conservation and community for the Kountz Road Culvert and Hot Springs Road development projects in Montana and Wyoming. Bridge. Jeremiah has primarily worked on road, • Jerry received his BA in History from the Univer- bridge, and water resource projects, including • sity of Minnesota, Duluth and MA in Geography, TSEP grant applications, design, and construction • from the University of Montana. administration for bridge replacement projects • in Jefferson, Granite, Carbon, Madison, and Hill counties. He has partnered with Jefferson County • on multiple bridge and culvert replacement proj- ects over the last 10 years. Jeremiah served as the project manager for the Dunn Lane Bridge, • Saturday Night Bridge, Quintance Lane Bridge, • Cottonwood Road Culvert, and nearly a dozen other • �r: tu bridge and culvert replacement projects. He gradu- ated from Montana State University with a degree • in Civil Engineering and is a licensed Professional • Engineer in Montana. Jeremiah is the Lead Proj- ect Engineer for Jefferson, Madison, Carbon, and Blaine Counties. • • Lump Gulch Bridge • • JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 5 • • • GreatWest Project Team engineering • Ryan Elliott, PE- Project Engineer Ryan will serve as the project design and construction engineer on the TSEP grant application for the • Kountz Road Culvert and Hot Springs Road Bridge projects. He will lead the development of the PERs and environmental assessments and be involved throughout the design and construction phases of the • project. Ryan has inspected numerous bridges on the Jefferson County system and provided design and construction engineering for the Saturday Night and Dunn Lane Bridge projects. Ryan has a strong • knowledge of the TSEP process having been involved with the preparation of PERs and grant applica- tions for numerous projects. Ryan has administered grants and managed the construction for multiple • county bridge replacement projects. He graduated from Montana State University with a degree in Civil Engineering and is a licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Montana. • • • • Collette Anderson, PE—Site Development Karl Yakawich, PE—Lead Structural Engineer Collette has ten years of engineering experi- Karl will serve as the Lead Structural Engineer • ence with an emphasis on municipal water and on Jefferson County projects. Karl will primar- wastewater projects, as well as subdivisions and ily assist with the bridge and building related • site development. She is currently managing the projects; however, additional responsibilities • Sugarbeet Row wastewater improvement proj- may include design,bidding oversight, contract • ect and is partnering with the Jefferson County administration, inspection and management Sanitarian to address sanitary approval concerns of projects such as roads, retaining walls, and • on minor subdivisions. Collette has a strong stream rehabilitation projects. Karl has worked . background in design, analysis, preparation of on building and bridge related projects, including technical reports,state and federally funded bridge inventories, building and bridge inspec- • projects,grant writing, project and construction tions, PER preparation, design, and coordination • management, inspection, CAD drafting, and per- for Jefferson,Stillwater, Lewis and Clark, Powell, • mitting. Her responsibilities include all aspects Hill, Mineral, Glacier, and Sweet Grass counties. of subdivision and site development, water and Recently Karl has also been actively involved • sewer system design, and project and construc- on developing structural plans and specifica- tion management. She has extensive knowledge tions for the U.S. Forest Service. He graduated • of the subdivision and site development process from Montana State University with a degree in and septic permitting regulations both at the Civil Engineering and is a licensed Professional State and County level. She is a civil engineer- Engineer in both Montana and Idaho. • ing graduate from Montana Tech, and a licensed • Professional Engineer in the State of Montana. • Cole Peebles, PE—Permitting • • Cole offers ten years of experience in transportation engineering, geotechnical analysis, and environ- mental permitting work. Cole specializes in soil and mineral mine permitting through Montana DEQ for • various counties, private parties, and contractors.Typical duties included client/regulatory consulta- tions,site classification and mapping, graphic information systems and deed research, public notice • creation, plan of operation preparation, bond reclamation calculations,and compilation of opencut mine application and supporting data. Has obtained opencut permits for local government and private • clientele on dozens of different sites in the last 5 years. • • • *resumes for all project team members included in appendix A • JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 6 • • 0. Grclat�4w�cstl Jefferson County Experience • engineering • Jefferson County On-Call Engineer • Project Features 2005- Present • • Comprehensive On-Call planning services Moonlight Ridge/Jackson Creek Road RSID • • Successfully prepared 4 TSEP grants to • replace 13 bridges • • CIP/Buildings evaluation ESQ" • Courthouse sidewalk improvements a • �Mr • • County road evaluations&feasibility • studies • Pavement and Chip Seal Specifications • County Road & Bridge Standards N • Multiple culvert& bridge replacement Quaintance Lane Bridge • projects • Bridge evaluations&inspections • Clerk& Recorder building sitework and • survey • • Formation of 6 Rural Special Improve- ment Districts • • TFID District improvements *- • Clancy wastewater improvement Lump Gulch Bridge • PER • • Montana City wastewater im- provement PER + !II • • Multiple sidewalk, path, and trail r • projects • • Boulder River EPA compliance and monitoring • • Solid waste container site safety • evaluations • FEMA hydrology and hydraulic • reports • • Big Pipestone Creek watershed Project Activities assessment& DNRC grant ap- • plication • Preliminary Engineering Reports(PERs) • • Jefferson Canal headgate replacement • TSEP Grant Application design • Comprehensive Planning Services • • Building inspections and assessments • Design • • South Hills transportation plan • Construction Management • County courthouse structural evaluation • Grant Writing&Administration • Growth policy and subdivision regula- • Inspections • tion updates • Permitting • Fairgrounds improvements • Survey • Resource Advisory Committee grant • Rural Special Improvement Districts applications • Water Resource Studies& Engineering • Technical Suport • • • CONTACT: County Commissioner • 406.225.4025 1 Project completion date:On-going I • • JEFFERSON COUNTY ) Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 7 • • • • Greakst Jefferson County Experience engineering • Jefferson County Infrastructure • Bridge Replacements : 14 Structures • TSEP Planning Grants: $90,000 Funding Assistance • TSEP Construction Grants: $950,000 2005- Present • RAC Planning Grant: $15,000 • RAC Construction Grant: $30,000 • Grant Funds:$1,188,000 Total Project Cost.$1,700,000 • 69.7%Grant Funded • Watershed Improvements - Big Pipe- • stone Creek • DNRC Planning Grant: $80,000 • DEQ Planning Grant: $20,000 • DNRC Construction Grant: $1,372,000 Grant Funds:$1,472,000 • Total Project Cost:$1,487,000 e • 99%Grant Funded u Big Pipestone Creek Watershed Analysis • Wastewater Projects • DNRC Planning Grants: $30,000 • N.Jefferson County Wastewater PER/Clancy Waste- water PER • • DNRC Construction Grant: $125,000 • • Sugarbeet Row • • Rural Development Construction Grant$134,000 • • Sugarbeet Row • Rural Development Loan/Sugarbeet Row RSID: • $51,000 , • Grant Funds:$840,000 Total Project Cost:$870,000 • 78%Grant Funded • 14%Reimbursable Through RSID • Rural Special Improvement Districts • • South Hills-5.1 Miles: $783,000 • • Saddle Mountain-2.7 Miles: $537,000 • • Big Dipper-0.4 Miles: $80,000 • Moonlight Ridge- 1.5 Miles: $298,000 • Jack Mountain Estates-2.4 Miles $340.000 • $2,038,000 i • 12.1 miles of road improvements i • 100%reimbursed to County through RSID Assess- ments F • South Hills Road RSID Road Improvments CONTACT, Leonard Wortman County Commissioner • • • 0. • • JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 8 • • • • AGraWat County On-Call Experience • engineering • Powell County On-Call Engineer Project Features 2004- Present • • Successfully prepared 3 TSEP grant applications to fund 9 bridge replace- ment projects Matt Little Bridge • • Garrison Trail&Interpretive Center • • Powell County Growth Policy • Elliston Floodplain Modeling • • Deer Lodge Roundhouse Site Plan • Rock Creek Cattle Company PUD • Review al i • • Clark,Fourth,Claggett&Main Street . Bridge Replacements(FEMA) • Cottonwood Survey • Orofino Road Resurfacing • Little Blackfoot USFS Mine Reclama- tion Road Mitigation • Yellowstone Trail Bridge Replace- ments(YT34&YT32) • Historic Road Right-of-Way Deer Lodge RiverTrail • Elliston Signing • Floodplain Modeling Perkins Bridge • Perkins Bridge Replacement air • Racetrack Emergency Bridge Re- . placement _ • County Road&Bridge Standards 4 • Road Evaluation s- • Miscellaneous Mapping d • Courthouse Roof Replacement • Old Stage Emergency Bridge Re- r,; • placement • Beck Hill Bridge Replacement(MDT Project Activities • off-system) • • Conceptual Design for an Industrial • Preliminary Engineering Report(PER) Park South of Deer Lodge w `' • TSEP Grant Application • • Johnson Creek CTEP Trail • Survey& Design • • Deer Lodge River CTEP Trail • Construction Management • • Open Cut Mining Permits • Grant Writing&Administration • Bidding • • Growth Policy • • Capital Improvements Plan • • Planning • Permitting • Inspections • County Support CONTACT: Rem Mannix County Commissioner • • • • 6.846.3680 1 Project completion date:On-going I • JEFFERSON COUNTY i Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 9 • • • • GreatWest County On-Call Experience isr i��r�•�•r���errr • engineering • Madison County On-Call Engineer • Project Features 2005 - Present • • Successfully prepared 4 TSEP • grants to replace 17 bridges • Grandstands rehabilitation • • CIP/Buildings evaluation • • Harrison Sewer District Wastewater Treatment, Collection & Lift Station • • Alder Sewer District Wastewater • Treatment, Collection & Lift Station _ • Courthouse improvements • County road evaluations &feasibil- ity studies • Open cut mining permits • Jefferson River/Kountz }' • Bridge flood study P� • Alder shop structural analysis i • Fairgrounds pavilion roof Che CreekBdd • coordination • Safety Committee issues • CDBG Grant Application , • and Administration • • Virginia City Library im- Jack Creek Road 1� provements • • Old Schoolhouse Building Assess- ment • • Justice Center Infrastructure Impact • Report • . Misc. planning assistance (wind tower permitting) • • Railroad car temporary County Fairgrounds • bridge evaluations • Pavement and Chip Seal • Specifications Project Activities • • County Road & Bridge • Preliminary Engineering Reports(PERs) Standards ii _ • TSEP Grant Application • • Multiple culvert& bridge r'" replacement projects Design • • Bridge evaluations& Construction Management • inspections • Grant Writing&Administration • r • Capital Improvements Plan • Inspections • • �`" • Permitting • . Survey • Alder Wastewater Lagoon . County Support • • • CONTACT. Dave Schulz County Commissioner • 406.843.4277 1 Project completion date;On-going I • JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 10 • • • • GreatWest Great West On-Call Contracts • engineering Cr • • • M 70 . • • • 1 COUNTY - • Blaine County • • 5 Years • Carbon • • • • • • • • • 5Years • Chouteau County • • • • 6 Years • Custer County • • • • • • • • • 5 Years • Granite County • • • • • • • • • 4 Years • Hill County • • • • • • • • • 4 Years • Jefferson County • • • • • • • • • 10 Years • • • • • • • • • • 2 Years • Madison County • • • • • • • • • 5 Years • Powell County _' • • • • • • • • • 7 Years • Prairie County • • • • • • • • • 3 Years • • Rosebud County • • • • • • • • • No Term • Stillwater County • • • • • • • • • 5 Years • Sweet Grass County • • • • • • • • • 5Years • Valley County • • • • • • • • • 5 Years • CITY AND TOWN ON-CALLS • • • • • • • No Term • � Cascade • • • • • • • 7 Years • Cut Bank • • • • • • • No Term • Dutton • • • • • • 7 Years • Ennis • 5 Years Flaxville • • • • • • • • • 7 Years • L aurel No Term • Red Lodge 5 Years • �Roundup • • • • • • • No Term • lRudyard it • 10 Years • Ryegate 7 Years .be • • • • • Sheridan • 5 Years • Twin Bridges • 5 Years • Virginia City • No Term • JEFFERSON COUNTY Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 11 • • • • GreatWest Bridge Experience • engineering • Lewis and Clark County • Project Features Bridge & Culvert Replacements • Successfully secured TSEP plan- 1996- Present • ning grantfunds for the Countyto Stem le Pass Brid e inventory and inspect all bridges • Successfully prepared TSEP • grants to replace 20 bridges • • 18 bridges replaced with bridges • 2 bridges replaced with culverts • 1996-Sierra Road East Bridge • (SR2), $180,000 _w • 1998-Country Club Bridge (CC1), Green Meadow Drive Bridges • (GM3&GM4), McHugh Lane • Bridge(ML1), Valley Drive Bridge -° (VD1), Birdseye Road (BE1) Elk Creek Bridge#4 • $1,000,000 • 2000-Elk Creek Bridge(EK3), *' Smith Creek Bridge(SH2),Sierra Road East rs r • Bridge(SRI), Lyons Creek Road Bridge(LC1), • $1,000,000 • • 2002- Lake Helena Drive Bridge(LH1),John G. Mine Road Bridge(JM1),Stemple Pass • Road Bridges(ST3), $340,000 • • 2008-Little Wolf Creek Road (WC1), Elk Creek Road(El Spring Creek Road • (SCR1), Flat Creek Road (FC6), Little • Little Wolf Creek Bridge Prickly Pear Road (LP1), $900,000 �ti • 2012-Sun Canyon Road Bridge (SUI), Flat Creek Road Bridge(FC3), ° A u; • $460,000 • 1996-Present; Performed design, permitting, and construction manage- '� • ment of 10 bridge replacements funded • through County and non-TSEP funding partners E. • Project Activities • Grant Funding Preliminary Engineering Reports(PERs) • Design • TSEP funded 50%of the projects • Construction Management • (1,940,000 in grant money secured) • Grant Writing&Administration • • Capital Improvements Plan • • Bridge inspection and inventory • • Permitting • • • CONTACT: Public Works Director 406.447.8036 • • JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 12 • • • • GreatWest Bridge Experience • engineering • Project Features Sweet Grass County 2002- Present Bridge Replacements • Successfully prepared 4 TSEP grants to replace 15 bridges • • 7 bridges replaced with new Dry Creek Road Culvert • bridges • • 8 bridges replaced with new culverts • 2002-Howie Road(HR29), • Bridger Creek Bridge(BC981), Bridger Creek Stockpass(BC410), • $471,908 • 2004 - Wheeler Creek Road (WC335),Yellowstone Trail (YT536), • Yellowstone Trail (YT391),$274,978 • 2006-Wheeler Creek Road (WC139), Dry Creek Road(DC162), • Glasston Lake Road (GI • Stephens Hill Road _ _- (SH1137), Otter Creek Howie Road Bridge • Road (OC1466),Tony Creek Road(TC1365), s • $287,985 • 2008 - Lower Sweet Grass Road(LSG1184),. • $171,120 • 2010 - Otter Creek Rea (OC1O49),$298,357 • 2014- Lower Sweet • Grass Road(LSG1087); $607,796(pending) • Project cost of$1.8 - million to date 50%of project cost funded by • TSEP($900,000) • • • • Project Activities • • Preliminary Engineering Reports(PERs) • • Design • Construction Management • • Grant Writing&Administration • • Bridge inspection • • Permitting • • • CONTACT. County Commissioner • 406.932.5152 1 Project completion date:On-going I • • JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 13 • I • I : P;c;act COmptzhdnvnFlr Sohadule/Budget Project Management All Phases PrpJxct Managemert Design Only Bridge Repair Conshuctien Inspection C'marnatmer Management Construction Slawrg Grant AdminisBaUDn TSEP Grant Applimtlon Bidding Bridge Load Rating Bridge Inspection Stream Restoration Approach Road Realignment Hydraulic MireeMg Hydrology Design PER _ Permitting Topographic Survey Er IK L - L r. Lr 7c L p w I rn • • GTeatV�est Subdivision Regs, Growth Policies & Review Experience �twa=:,n, R IRMRlliwlrl ■� • engineering • Lewis and Clark County* Updating Subdivision Regulations • Coordination with Planning Board,County Attorney • and County Commission • Facilitation of public outreach and engagement. • Identification of best practices to address local needs • • Compilation of changes and editing of regulations. • Ensured adoption of regulations and compliance • with state statute. • Montana Department of Commerce* • Provided advice and training to local govern- ments,and private sector about for the practical and legal application of Montana Subdivision and • Platting Act. • • Organized and facilitated over 30 educational workshops in locations throughout the state of • Montana primarily focused on administrating sub- • division regulations and the development. • • Project Features Meagher County_ • • Coordinated the project with the Growth Policy • Meagher County Planning Board. • Facilitated public outreach and • engagement • • Compiled data to identify opportuni- ties, needs and trends. • • Developed GIS mapping • • Prepared several drafts and final document. • • Ensured compliance with state MEAGHER COUNTY • statute. • 2015 Daft Growth Policy • • • Project Features Administration of Subdivision Regula- • • Review of subdivision applications tions (Granite, Lewis and Clark*, Madi- • and plats for conformance with son and Sweet Grass Counties) local regulations and with the Mon- • tana Subdivision and Platting Act. • • Review of certificates of survey for conformance with local regulations • and with the Montana Subdivision • and Platting Act. • Review of subdivision applications u +w Rw Y ^R r N • and plats for conformance with sanitation regulations and with the • Montana Sanitation in Subdlvlslonsa `" - R•,. +• ° / e • 4 i • Act. • -Work conducted by Jerry Grebenc as part of the planning staff for Lewis and Clark County V JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21,2015 15 • • • • GreatWest—Comprehensive Land Use Planning Exp®erience engineering Updating Subdivision Regula- ' tions ' . Broadwater County • City of Townsend • Jefferson County not adopted • Lewis and Clark County* -- • Town of Ennis Update and Development of i Zoning Regulations • Custer County • Town of Froid • wWowYbrrtar�w,,; • City of Conrad Administration of Subdivision Regulations and Zoning Regula- tions Draft Custer County ZOMng Districts • Granite County:Subdivisions °. Y • Jefferson County:Subdivisions • Madison County:Subdivisions • Lewis and Clark County: Subdivi- sions and zoning regulations* • Sweet Grass County:Subdivision • Development of Growth Policies • City of Cutbank . City of Glendive& Dawson County • City of Fort Benton • City of Whitehall '"`,°`" • City of Scobey a " ' • Hill County/City of Havre " . ° Meagher County • Mussellshell County I • Powell County MADISON COUNTY . Roosevelt County Capital Improvements Plan • Town of Cascade 2015 Update • Town of Kevin • Town of Sheridan 0 Town of Twin Bridges �✓ •Work conducted by Jerry Grebenc as part of , the planning staff for Lewis and Clark County • a AR Wtaou 0 JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 16 • • • GreatWest Transportation Experience �MRN9p A A®AAl�ipldl®®®®BIAI'•F • engineering ! West Rosebud Creek Road Federal Land Access • Widen roadway and install aggregate surface Program (FLAP) • • Mitigate channel migration and widen curves \� Sweet Grass County/Park County, • Replace Allen Grade Bridge Stillwater County • Total project cost$2,574,994 Hill County • Grant Funding • FLAP grant funded 87%of the projects ($2,229,430 in grant money secured) • Local funding 354,564 West Rosebud Creek Road • Main Boulder Road Stillwater County,MT • • Improve drainage T. hr • • Construct two-lane gravel road and resurfacing existing road with gravel Main Boulder Road • Replace Two Mile and Miller Creek Bridges • 47,500 lineal feet of pave- Sweet Grass&Park Counties,MT • g ment striping • • Total project cost$6,594,522 • Project length = 2.8 miles Grant Funding • Total project cost$454,042 • • FLAP grant funded 87%of the projects ($5,709,537 in grant money secured) Grant Funding • Local funding 884,985 $393,110 FLAP grant funded 879'0 of the project cost • • Local contribution to project budget is $60,932 Fresno Reservoir Road - Hill County(Sur- face Preservation Project) • • Crack sealing over 10,000 lineal feet ONTACT: Maureen Davey Susan Mosness Marty Malone Mike Wendland • Spread over 37,000 sq. yards of chip Stillwater County Sweet Grass County Park County Hill County • sealing, including nearly 8,000 sq. 406.322.8010 •0•.932.5152 406.222.4106 406.265.5481 • yards double shot • Rural Special Improvement Districts • Project Features (RSID1 • Assisted County with the formation Jefferson County, Montana of five Rural Special Improvement • Districts for road improvements r` Road and Drainage Improvements IG • • South Hills • • Saddle Mountain • • Big Dipper • Moonlight Ridge • Jack Mountain Estates • Coordination with County, Prop, • owners and bond counsel to cr ate RSID • Preparation of contract docu- ments, bidding, and construct µr administration for implement • of improvements • Improvement of over 12 miles of South Hills Road y rrt - road • Project cost$560,000 South Hills Road • • Funding CONTACT. Leonard Wortman,Commissioner • 100%reimvursement to county 406.225.4025 • through the creation of an RSID 2006 • JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 17 • • • • GreatWest Transportation Experience • engineering Project Features Main Boulder Road Improvements • Sweet Grass County& Park County, Montana • Assisted County in obtaining RAC grant Road Design and Drainage Improvements funds • • Design and con- s struction of 4.9 miles of rural road • improvements • Road widening/ slope flattening • • Double chip seal • surface � x . • Drainage improve- ments 41 1 • • 4"crushed gravel • surfacing Boulder Road • Project cost • $195,000 • • Funding • Funded through Resource Advisory Boulder Road • Committee(RAC)grants CONTACT: Marty Malone, Park County Commissioner 406.222.4106 1 Project completion date:2012 1 • • Project Features Sweet Grass County • • Successfully designed FEMA funded DES Flood Repairs repair sites • • Bridger Creek Road Wormser Loop Road Repair • • West Bridger Creek Road _ • Terland Bridge • Wormser Loop Slide Repair • Upper Deer Creek Road - • Administered FEMA Hazard Assistance ; program grants �t Bridger Creek Road Repair • Inventoried and inspected all 2011 flood • damage on county roadways . Prepared design estimates to supple- ment FEMA cost estimates for: ,, • 37 road sites(repair) — • 1 bridge(replace) • 1 landslide(design) • Project cost$765,800 • Grant Funding • • 75%of the entire project was funded . with FEMA grant monies CONTACT: Susan• 50%of the Terland Bridge was funded • • r with a match grant through TSEP I Project completion date:2013 1 • • JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 18 • r • • mFZCG,reatWCSt Floodplain Management Experience engineering Town of Broadus and Powder River County_ 0 Project Features Floodplain Study and LOMR Application • The effective floodplain for the Pow- der River is not detailed and is Zone A. This complicates the administra- . tion of the floodplain ordinance • Conducted a detailed hydraulic analysis of the Powder River flood- —.-- 0 plain for a distance two miles up- 7 • stream and two miles downstream of the Highway 212/59 Bridge � 4 :-' • The floodplain study was submitted 0 to FEMA in a LOMR application . The application is currently under review by FEMA and the DNRC • Project cost$40,000 40 CONTACT. 1 e Wanda Smith,City-County Floodplain • 1• 4 •' 1 Project completion date: Current 1 r Floodplain Services Floodplain Administration a Town of Ennis Jonathan Weaver is a Professional 0 Engineer and Certified Floodplain Man- ager(CFM) and currently serves as the Floodplain Administrator for the Town 0 of Ennis. The administration of any • urban Special Flood Hazard Area pres- ents unique challenges and demands a thorough understanding of local,state, • and federal floodplain regulations. His responsibilities include: ..,.. _, • • Develop a quick reference flood- ` plain permitting guide _ Technical review and approval of 0 permits y Coordination with other Town • departments, including Zoning and . Public Works r • Coordination with FEMA and the ` Montana DNRC . 0 Madison River Valley Ennis,MT • 0 406.682.4287 1 Project completion date:2009 1 • CONTACT: Ginger Guinn,Town of Ennis JEFFERSON COUNTY i Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 19 • • • GreatWest Solid Waste & Sidewalk/Trail Experience engineering • Granite County Solid Waste Project Features • Container Site improvements Curb and Gutter, Drainage . • Installed platform truck scales at Philipsburg and Drummond Con- Scale Site • tainer Sites • • Floor Scale • • Concrete Scale Approaches Scale Site Work • New weighing software in- stalled at both sites • • Site grading to accommodate scales • • Concrete wall fencing • • Electric bear perimeter fencing - • Relocation of scale houses • Signage • • Project cost$245,089 • Funding • The project was funded with 0 TSEP and DNRC grants. • CONTACT: Scott Adler, on 406.859.7022 • 1 Project completion date: 2010 1 i Project Features Ennis Golf Course Connection Trail • Concrete &Asphalt Trail, ADA, Signing, Utility Coordination • 2,050 feet of new ADA accessible asphalt trail • • 1,300 feet of new ADA accessible s • concrete trail a•.;` '+--•"��` "�r sx=, .d+. " •""d- ': New signing and cross-walks • Construction cost$162,500 - • Grant Funding • • CTEP • Ennis School District �,. 0 IM x > • Madison Byways SRTS 1 iy _ - ALI • • River Fund • Town of Ennis • Madison County is • Connection Trail Ennis Golf Course I CONTACT. Becky Vujovich, Mayor of Ennis 0 1 Project completion date:2014 1 JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21,2015 20 0 • • • GreatWPSt Water/Wastewater Experience engineering • Project Features Town of Twin Bridges Storage Lagoon, Irrigation Pivot, Sewer Main, . I&I study Water Service Meters • 900 If of sewer main • 10 acre storage lagoon • 200 gpm effluent lift station • 900 If of force main • 6,100 If of irrigation main • 690 foot center pivot . 34.3 acres of irrigated crop land • Water service meters • SCADA control system • Project cost$3.35 million 0 Grant Funding 73%of the project was funded with grants obtained by Great West Engineering. • • $750,000 TSEP • • $100,000 DNRC Floating Irrigation Pump • • $450,000 CDBG • $1,733,100 Rural Development 40 • The project was completed$800,000 • under budget. These funds were re- . Director turned to the funding agencies. 1 406.596.1017 w Project Features Town of Sheridan • 7,000 LF of 8-inch water main Water Main Replacements • 5,000 LF of 6-inch water main 0 8,000 LF of new service lines • Valves • Hydrants • Meter pits on high-volume users i • Project cost$2.25 million a 0 r Grant Funding 0 81%of the project was funded with grants • obtained by Great West Engineering. • • $500,000 TSEP • $100,000 DNRC • $500,000 CDBG • $245,000 WRDA 0 • $485,000 STAG Water Main Installation • • $423,000 SRF • CONTACT. Mark McLaughlin,Council Member 1 Project completion date: r JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 21 r � r Funding Agency _ 0 W K Q 4 F LL 0 � Beaverhead County Bridges(2011) Carbon County Bridges(2009,2011, 20:L3,2015) Carbon County Shane Ridge Road Bridge ,= . •,' Chouteau County Bridge Replacements (2013,2015) Custer County Ash Creek Bridge •,' Custer County Bridge Replacement •'. (2015) Glacier County Bridge Replacement (2005) Granite County Bridges(2011,2013) Hill County Bridge Replacements(2003, 2005,2011,2015) Jefferson County Bridges(2007,2009. , 2011,20:1.3) Jefferson County Basin Creek Bridge • , „'. Lewis and Clark County Bridges(1997, .'. 1999,2001,2003,2007,2013) Lewis and Clark County Poorman Creek • , •.' Bridge(2010) Lincoln County Bridge Replacements .' (2011) Madison County Bridges(2001,2003.. 2005,2007,2009,2011,2015) Mineral County Bridge Replacements •• •' (2005) Missoula County Bridge Replacements •.• •:, (2013) Powell County Bridges(2005.2007, •:, 2009,2013) Powell County 4th&Clark Street Bridge , (2007) Powell County Rock Creek Bridge •• •, ••' Rosebud County Sand Creek Bridge •. ,• ,•'. '.. Stillwater County Bridges(2003,2005. ,' 2007,2009,20:13) Sweet Grass County Bridges(2003, , •' 2005,2007,2009,2011,2015) Sweet Grass Bridger Creek Replacement (2007) Sweet Grass County Terland Bridge , :, •,' Valley County Bridge Replacements Total • • • GreatWest Permitting & Environmental Services engineering • Stream Mitigation & Watershed Studies Project Features Big Pipestone Creek Watershed Study . • Establish long-term channel & riparian • monitoring locations • Assessed existing channel &riparian • conditions • • Gathered baseline geomorphological, Big Pipestone Creek Data Collection riparian, in-stream habitat data • • Evaluated existing transportation and • irrigation structures throughout water- shed 0 • Evaluated sediment transport and flood- ing characteristics in watershed ,... • Established 10 sites for long-term moni- toring • • Created GIS maps of priority sites and J a condition assessments �' + • • Identified over 40 project areas and • provided budget and prioritization of projects • Project cost$100,000 CONTACT: Lenard Wortman, Commissioner 406.225.4025 1 Project completion date:2012 1 • Project Features Gravel Pit Permitting • • Application form Powell County McKee Gravel Pit Permit • Land owner consultation form • Consult with DEQ . • Zoning compliance • Surface landowner list • Plan of operation • Area map • Site map • Well Research • Soil/over burden thickness 0 Spill guidelines • Weed control plan • Seed mix • • CONTACT: Rem Mannix,Commissioner r. : :r • Project r 0 0 JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 23 • • • w GreatWest Availability and Capacity • engineering • • AVAILABILITY AND CAPACITY Our firm recently completed the design for a For- est Service bridge rehabilitation project in Idaho. Funding constraints and environmental compli- es Ability to Meet Schedules ance conditions mandated that the project be fully • Great West has consistently proven our ability to designed and complete within 30 days. Great • adhere to the budget, stay on-schedule, anticipate West conducted a site visit, comprehensive bridge delays,and plan ahead. As an example, Great West inspection, geotechnical investigation and Bevel- 0 contracted with the U.S. Forest Service to design oped the plans,specifications, and estimate (PS&E) w replacement structures for eighteen bridges in for the project. The entire project was finalized and 2010. The project was brought to us in the sum- transferred to the Forest Service two days ahead • mer of 2010 with the stipulation that all designs of schedule. Expedited delivery of the project was be complete and ready for procurement by May, made possible through comprehensive scheduling • 2011. On April 15, 2011, all designs were finalized and project management by Great West staff. • and contract documents transmitted to the U.S. Forest Service for solicitation. The total project was Commitment to Jefferson County • completed within the proposed budget and sched- ule. For verification, please contact John Kattell, Over the last ten years, Great West has demon- • USFS Northern Region Structures Engineer, 406- strated our commitment to provide responsive, 329-3324. quality service to Jefferson County. On-call clients • are the top priority. As such, Jefferson County is • Great West maintains a detailed manpower sched- the top priority client for Great West Engineering. ule that establishes labor needs for all current Our 59-person staff will respond to requests from • projects under contract for 24 months in advance. County staff in a timely manner and will consistently • This schedule is used to determine project assign- prioritize Jefferson County planning and engineering w ments and assess the feasibility of pursuing new projects. projects. Whenever we consider undertaking new • work we first look at our current manpower needs Jerry Grebenc will continue to responsive and • under contract. We then estimate the proposed efficient comprehensive planning services to Jef- • project's needs and realistically assess our avail- ferson County. Our engineers and scientists will be ability and capacity to respond to the job in a quality consistently available to address County needs and • and timely manner. produce quality service whenever called upon. Our • commitment to Jefferson County is efficient and • Based upon and projected workloads, responsive service, every day. Great West is well structured . . . • hensive On-Call • • Project Management w • Quality, scope, budget,and schedule are powerfully • tied within a successful project. Delivery of a qual- ity project on budget and schedule requires care- 0 ful planning and intensive on-going management • throughout the implementation of the project. In • order for this to occur, clear channels of communi- cation must be established during project seeping. • Our project managers receive extensive training in • communication to facilitate successful projects. • • w JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 24 • • • GreatWest References • engineering• • Sweet Grass County On-Call Engineer 2005-Present • • Successfully prepared 4 TSEP grant applications for the replacement of 13 • bridges • Provided design and construction management for 5 new bridges and 8 • new culverts • • Provided floodplain modeling and FEMA coordination for Fairgrounds • floodplain evaluation • Provided subdivision review services and floodplain permit reviews • Dry creek Road Contact:Susie Mosness-406.932.5152 • • Valley County On-Call Engineer 2011-Present • • Provided design and construction management for the Skylark Road Bridge " replacement �� f • • Evaluated and inventoried county bridge system I ° • • Developed PER for bridge spanning Milk River • FEMA/DES damage assessments and repair assistance CTEP sidewalk replacements- Hinsdale, Nashua, Opheim � .- • • Provided design and construction management for Whatley Road Bridge �� '" Y 6 • extension Cut Across Road Bridge • Contact: Paul Tweten-406.228.4233 • Granite County On-Call Engineer 2008-Present • • Successfully prepared 2 TSEP grant applications for the replacement of 5 bridges • • Subdivision & COS reviews • ""'° • Landfill container site improvements • • Travelers Home culvert replacements- Funded through an HMGP Grant • Contact: Bill Slaughter-406.859.7088 Douglas Creek Road Bridge • Hill County On-Call Engineer 2004-Present ■ Provided design and construction management for 3 new bridges and 4 • new culverts _ • ■ Presently providing design and agency coordination services for the repair and recertification of the Milk River Levee _ • • Presently providing design and agency coordination services for • improvements to the Beaver Creek Dam Presently providing design and construction management for the North • Havre Sewer District improvements project. Fresno Bridge Rehabilitation • Contact:Jerry Otto-406.265.8507 • Carbon County On-Call Engineer 2012-Present • Iq • Successfully prepared 3 TSEP grant applications for the replacement of 9 • bridges • FEMA flood repair projects- Multiple sites during the 2011 flood • ;M ; • Shane Ridge Road Emergency Bridge replacement • t- '� yt>'. Contact:John Grewell-406.446.1595 • =- - } • Shane Ridge Road Bridge • JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 25 • • • • Gr a west Team Resumes • engineering • PROJECT MANAGER BILL LLOYD, PE • • 14 years with Great West Bill has been involved with the design and inspection of numerous structural,civil,and • 21 years of experience environmental projects. He has extensive management experience on engineering related projects that require close coordination and communication between multiple entities. Bill EDUCATION serves as the County Engineer for several counties and has gained valuable experience in public • Montana state University, involvement efforts,permitting review,subdivision and site development regulations and review, Bs,Civil Engineering, road design,bridge design,and irrigation hydraulics. Responsibilities include design,bidding • 1993 oversight,contract administration,and inspection of projects such as roadways,parking areas, bridges,and retaining walls. He has been involved with project coordination,public involvement PROFESSIONAL efforts,alternatives analyses,technical report writing,design review,and project management. • REGISTRATIONS Bill also has extensive experience in preparing funding packages and securing grant and loan • Professional Engineer commitments so that projects may be implemented at affordable costs to users. MT,1998 • ID,2008 FEATURED PROJECT EXPERIENCE ND,2009 • AD,2009 County On-Call Engineer-Jefferson County, Montana N M,,2 20011 1 2005-Present N Client champion and project manager responsible for overseeing all engineering,survey,and • PROFESSIONAL TRAINING planning services for Jefferson County. Task order based services include the development of five . Rural Special Improvement Districts(RSIDs)that resulted in the improvement of over 13 miles of Safety Inspection of In- road,replacement of thirteen bridges partially funded through the TSEP,and numerous sidewalk • service Bridges(NBI) and multi-use path projects. Close coordination with the3 County Commission and Road PROFESSIONAL Supervisor during emergency flood events to facilitate replacement of damaged culverts and road AFFILIATIONS repairs. Permitting of County-installed culvert projects and miscellaneous services are requested • American Council of by the County Commission and Road Department. • Engineering Companies, Pas Chapter President • • National society of RELATED EXPERIENCE • PS&E,and Permitting-Boulder River Road Professional Engineers Restoration,Jefferson County • County On-Call Engineer,Carbon County, • PS&E,and Permitting-Boulder River Road • Montana Restoration,Jefferson County • County On-Call Engineer,Stillwater County, • PS&E and Construction -Busha St. Montana Reconstruction, Big Timber,Montana • • County On-Call Engineer,Valley County, • PS&E-West Fork Rock Creek Value Analysis, • Montana USFS Custer National Forest • County On-Call Engineer,Prairie County, • PS&E-Lightning Creek Road Repair, USFS Montana Idaho Panhandle National Forest • • County On-Call Engineer,Rosebud County, • PS&E,Permitting,and Construction Montana Management-Dunn Lane Relocation, • • County On-Call Engineer,Custer County, Jefferson County • Montana • PS&E,Permitting,and Construction • County On-Call Engineer,Chouteau County, Management-Warren Road Relocation, • Jefferson County Montana County On-Call Engineer,Blaine County, • Planning and Design-Fish Creek Road Route Montana Assessment, USFS Lolo National Forest • County On-Call Engineer,Sweet Grass County, ' PS&E and Construction Management-Laurel Montana Airport Road Extension,Yellowstone County • County On-Call Engineer, Hill County, Montana PS&E-Rock Creek Road Reconstruction and Retaining Wall Design Phase II&III, USFS • • PS&E,Permitting,and Construction -South Lolo National Forest Hills Rural Special Improvement District, Jefferson County, Montana • • PS&E,Permitting,and Construction -Saddle Mountain Rural Special Improvement District, Jefferson County, Montana JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 AA. • • • GredtWest—" Team Resumes engineering • • PROJECT MANAGER JEREMIAH THEYS, PE • • 13 years with Great West Jeremiah is a registered professional engineer with extensive experience in hydrologic,hydraulic, • 14 years of experience environmental,and transportation design. His responsibilities include project management, field surveys,design,specifications,technical reports,grant writing and administration,contract • EDUCATION administration,and inspection of projects such as road construction,bridges replacements, • stormwater collection systems,stream rehabilitation,and irrigation projects. He is proficient Montana state university, in Microstation,Geo ak and AutoCAD Land Development Desktop drafting&design software BS,Civil Engineering, P p P g g V2002 programs. Jeremiah has excellent communication skills,a good understanding of the engineering Y • Flathead Valley design process,and is able to make sound decisions which help him to continually provide Community College,AS, superior client service. • AA,2000 • PROFESSIONAL • REGISTRATIONS FEATURED PROJECT EXPERIENCE • Professional Engineer, • MT,2006 County On-Call Engineer-Madison County,Montana • Professional Engineer, 2005-Present ID,2006 project Manager responsible for overseeing all engineering services for Madison County. Task order based services have involved utilizing the TSEP program to inspect and inventory bridges; • PROFESSIONAL TRAINING preparing and updating the Bridge Evaluation and Capital Improvements Plan;writing multiple • Rosgen Level 1 Training, bridge PER's;and successfully prepare six TSEP grant applications. To date Madison County is • 2013 responsible for maintaining a total of 71 bridges(38 minor and 33 major),of which,the County has • • Streambank Stabilization replaced 27 of those bridges utilizing TSEP funds. Great West Engineering and Jeremiah Theys for Restoration,2010 have been involved in the preparation of all these past TSEP Grants including final design and • • Stream Instability, construction management of the bridge replacement projects. Much of the success of past county Bodge scour and bride replacement projects can be attributed to the close working relationship established Countermeasures,2008 g P P 1 g p • • advanced HEC-RAS and between Madison County and Great West Engineering. HEC-HMS With Application to Dam Break Analysis, RELATED EXPERIENCE • Little Blackfoot River Bridge -3 Mi. East 2007 of Garrison, Montana Department of • Storm water Detention • Blaine Springs Bridge Design, Ennis,MT Transportation • Basin Design,2005 • St.Mary River- N of Babb, Montana • Storm sewer system MT nington Bridge Permitting,Twin Bridges, Department of Transportation • Design,2006 • Lima Rest Area, Montana Department of • Laurel Riverside Park EA,Laurel,MT • HEGRAS Computer Transportation Workshop,ASCE,2003 • Forest Road#821, Lewis and Clark National . Red Lodge Office Parking Storm Drainage • Design of Geosynthetic Forest,Montana Analysis,Custer National Forest, Montana Reinforced Flexible • Front Street Replacement,Cascade, Montana . Pavement,MDT,2002 • U.S. Highway 93 Evaro to McClure Road, • Nuclear Gauge User • Warren Road Realignment,Jefferson County Montana Department of Transportation • Training • Dunn Lane Road Reconstruction,Jefferson • BNSF 2 KM West Pompey's Pillar Bridge • County,Montana Replacement, Montana Department of PROFESSIONAL • West Fork Rock Creek Road#201,Custer Transportation AFFILIATIONS National Forest, Montana • Main&Jackrabbit Lane Belgrade,Montana • • Association of Montana • Street Improvement Plan,Town of Ennis, Department of Transportation Floodplain Managers Montana • Rocker Scale Site,Montana Department of • • American water • Road Improvements,Madison County, Transportation, Rocker,Montana . Resources Association Montana • Stormwater Collection System,City of Laurel, • Montana Association of Montana • Dams and Canal Systems ' Great Northern Town Center Traffic Study,City -Board Member of Helena, Montana • Storm Drain Improvements,Town of Fort • • C Street SW Roadway Improvements,City of Benton,Montana Auburn,Washington • Warren School Path,Lewis and Clark County, • • Custer Avenue Upgrade,City of Helena, Montana Atrium Building Sidewalks,City of • Montana Havre, Montana • • JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 A-2 • i i / � Team Resumes • t�reatWest engineering • a PROJECT ENGINEER JERRY GREBENC • Joined Great Westin Jerry has been involved with community development and planning in Montana for over 15 years. March 2015 He has a vast amount of experience with planning and development which includes working in • • 20 years of experience both the private and public sector. Jerry has managed the development of private lands,served i as a local land use planner and county planning director, and aided the State of Montana by • EDUCATION providing practical advice and assistance to local governments. Most recently,Jerry served as • university of Montana, project manager for the Sonoran Institute working on conservation projects in Montana and 0 M.A.In Geography,2002 Wyoming. Jerry received his BA in History from the University of Minnesota,Duluth and MA in • • University of Minnesota, Geography,from the University of Montana. Duluth,B.A.in History, 0 1991 AWARDS • Governor's Award for FEATURED PROJECT EXPERIENCE Excellence,2008,State of • Montana Madison County Capital Improvements Plan Update . • certificate of Men1,1994- Served as Lead Planner to assist the County with the update of current capital improvements 1997(4 consecutive es plan. Project tasks included gathering updated project information and costs,providing public years)S United States es meeting materials and writing the final draft of the plan. The project is being funded solely b Forest service g g P P j g Y Y . Madison County.Having an accurate and up to date capital improvements plan ensures that the • County will make infrastructure spending decisions based upon accurate project cost estimates and public priorities. RELATED EXPERIENCE • Managed the operation of the Community Technical Assistance Program for MDC . • Compiled and published"The High Divide,A • Administration of the planning grants for the Survey of Community Based Conservation" CDBG and TSEP for MDC Survey • Advised land use professionals,local • Workingwith the Sonoran Institute and boards,local governments and legislators Craighead Institute staff to use free market on best practices for sustainable community . solutions to limit the development of vacant development and planning,for MDC subdivision lots located in areas identified as . Worked on the efforts to revise the model important wildlife habitat. subdivision regulations forthe state. • Providing facilitation and management for . Assisted clients with the practical application the Montana Headwaters Abandoned Mine of statutes governing land use planning and iReclamation Project community development. • Outreach and communications on the • Organized and facilitated 31 educational Highway Mitigation for Wildlife in Northwest workshops in locations around the state for Montana project MDC • Facilitation and administrative support to . Closely involved in state-wide initiatives Montanans for Safe Wildlife Passage related to land use planning and riparian • • Consulted for community development protection,the wildland-urban interface, legislation during the 2015 Montana wildlife,and floodplain development for MDC Legislative Session • Regular speaker at professional conferences • • Coordinated the work of Western including the Montana Association of Transportation Institute and the Center for Planners and Montana Association of Large Landscape Conservation and Sonoran Registered Land Surveyors for MDC • Institute to identify critical wildlife travel corridors in the"Crown of the Continent" region that will be impacted by future residential growth and the resulting increases • in vehicle traffic. i • Provided technical advice to partner organizations regarding community development legislation during the 2013 Montana Legislative Session. JEFFERSON COUNTY 1 Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 A-3 i • / GreatWest Team Resumes engineering 0 0 PROJECT MANAGER KARL YAKAWICH, PE Karl's primary responsibilities include the project management and technical design of, . • 14 years with Great west transportation related facilities,including roads&e bridges. Responsibilities include design, • 14 years or experience bidding oversight,contract administration,and inspection and management of projects such • as roadways,bridges,trails,retaining walls,and stream rehabilitation projects. He has been EDUCATION involved in the preparation of numerous federally funded projects meeting NEPA requirements including several MDT,FEMA,Safe Routes to Schools,(SRTS),and Community Transportation • Montana state Umversity, Enhancement Program(CTEP). Karl is experienced with the project coordination and BS, Engineering,O l administration necessary to ensure successful project delivery. + PROFESSIONAL . REGISTRATIONS • • Professional Engineer, FEATURED PROJECT EXPERIENCE MT.2006 • Professional Engineer, Blaine Spring Creek Bridge, Montana Department of Transportation, Madison County ID.2006 Montana This on-going project involves the reconstruction of 1,500 linear feet of roadway and replacement • PROFESSIONAL TRAINING: of a 130'span steel truss bridge on a county maintained secondary route.The project,located • in an area with abundant wetland and riparian habitat,requires full environmental compliance • safety Inspection of In- in accordance with Federal Highway Administration and the MDT guidelines.To date,Great 0 service Bridges West has conducted cultural,wetlands,rare plant,and hazardous materials surveys,along with • Fracture Critical associated environmental documents.Proposed road improvements occurring on paved and Inspection Techniques for ravel sections of the roadway are intended to improve driver safety while minimizing wetlands Steel Bridges g y P Y g . and right-of-way acquisition.The project is currently moving into final road and bridge design • Design for Aquatic Species m g e P activities developing the plans,• Passage at stream P specifications,and estimates. Crossings . • _RFD Highway Bridge RELATED EXPERIENCE • Honeymoon Creek Bridge Replacement, Lolo Design National Forest, Montana • AISC Steel Field Fixes • Varney Bridge Scoping, MDT/Madison County, • East Rosebud Creek Bridge Replacements, • • SEAStructural MT Custer National Forest,Montana Engineering Emergency do Response • Wormser Loop Road Stabilization-FEMA/ • Big Beaver Creek Bridge Replacement, Sweet Grass County Beaverhead-Deer Lodge National Forest, WoodStructures Design of wood • Copper Creek Road Rehabilitation-Helena Montana • Nuclear Gauge user National Forest • Jacobson Creek Bridge Replacement, Training • SF Judith River Road Repairs-Lewis and Beaverhead-Deer Lodge National Forest, • PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS: Clark National Forest Montana • Saint Mary's River Bridge- Montana • Suspension Trail Bridge Repairs,Clearwater • Structural Engineers Department of Transportation(2005) National Forest,Montana Association • Malcolm Creek and Upper Priest Falls Trail • Main Street Bridge-MDT/POwel!County g American Concrete Bridges- Idaho Panhandle National Forest, • Institute • Jim Darcy Pedestrian Bridge-Lewis and Clark Idaho- • Association of County&CTEP • Gates Park Trail Bridge Repairs, Lewis and • Conservation Engineers • Deer Lodge River Trail-CTEP/Powell County Clark National Forest,Montana Stemple Pass Road Bridge Replacements- • USDA Forest Service ID/IQ, Montana Major 0 CIVIC AFFILIATIONS: Lewis and Clark County Bridge Inspections, Montana . • Applegate Drive Improvements-Lewis and • USDA Forest Service ID/IQ, Idaho Major • STEM(Science, Technology,Engineering, Clark County Bridge Inspections, Idaho Math)After School Kids • Dillon Area TSEP Bridge Replacements, . Program Mentor Beaverhead County,Montana(2010) • • Henry's Bridge,Chippewa Cree Tribe, Montana • Red Bridge Replacement,Stillwater County, • Montana 0 JEFFERSON COUNTY ) Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 A-4 1 • • ' Greatwest Team Resumes engineering • • PROJECT MANAGER RYAN ELLIOTT, PE • Ryan is a Project Manager whose background includes experience in transportation,structural • 6 years with Great West and hydraulic engineering. His primary design responsibilities include:roads,vehicular bridges, • • 6 years experience culverts,stream restoration projects,irrigation structures,sidewalks,parking lots,retaining • walls and fish passage structures. He's also an experienced bridge inspector in both routine and EDUCATION fracture critical bridge inspections of timber,concrete and steel structures. Ryan's technical • writing background includes;Preliminary Engineering Reports,project specifications and special Montana state university, provisions,and joint application stream permitting. He has experience working with many BS,Civil Engineering, design programs such;Auto-CAD Civil 3D,Flowmaster,HY-8 and TBAR 2.1. A 2007 CERTIFICATIONS • • Licensed Professional Engineer,Montana, FEATURED PROJECT EXPERIENCE License No.23790PE • • Licensed Professional Moores Creek Culvert Replacements,Madison County,Montana(2015)-This project was initiated due Engineer,Idaho,License to inadequate culvert crossings at eight locations on Moores Creek in the Town of Ennis. Ryan No.15446 was the Project Engineer responsible for assisting with the preliminary structure design,roadway • PROFESSIONAL TRAINING design,structural details and cost estimating for the project.He took the lead on project permit development and coordinated with numerous entities to ensure permits were obtained. He was • ASDSO Inspection and also responsible for the development of project specifications.This project is currently under Assessment of Dams construction with anticipated completion in 2016. • • NHI Safety Inspection of • In-Service Brdges • NHI Fracture Critical Inspection for Steel Bridges • Nuclear Gauge User RELATED EXPERIENCE • Johnson Creek Trail, Deer Lodge,Montana Training • Cascade Sidewalk,City of Cascade,Montana • AuWCAD Civil 3-D • Cataract Creek Road Bridge(Saturday Night . Picket Pin Retaining Wall,Custer National Bridge),Jefferson County, Montana Forest, Montana PROFESSIONAL • Upper Highwood Creek Road Bridge,Choteau . Rock Creek Retainin Wall, Lolo National AFFILIATIONS County,Montana Retaining Wall, Montana • Association of state Dam • Otter Creek Road Bridge Design,Sweet Grass . Lightning Creek Road Repairs,Idaho Safety Officials County,Montana Officials(ASDSO) Panhandle National Forests, Idaho • • Elk Creek Bridge,Lewis&Clark County, . Big Dipper RSID Road Improvements, Montana Jefferson County,Montana • Little Wolf Creek Bridge,Lewis&Clark County, Montana • Graham Creek and Upper Priest Falls Trail Bridges, Idaho Panhandle National Forests • Spring Creek Bridge, Lewis&Clark County, Montana • Cedar Groves,Cornwall and Telichpah Trail Bridges, Idaho Panhandle National Forests • Cherry Creek, Boulder&Coy Brown Bridges, • Madison County, Montana • Copper Falls Trail Bridges, Idaho Panhandle National Forests • • Deer Creek,Jim Creek&Keno Creek Bridge Replacements,Idaho Panhandle National Red Bridge,Stillwater County,Montana Forests, Idaho • Mill Creek Stream Restoration and Big . • Little NF River,Red Ives Creek&Cliff Creek Canyon Creek Culvert Replacement, Nez Bridge Replacements,Idaho Panhandle Perce National Forest,Idaho National Forests, Idaho • Sieben Canyon Road Bridge, Lewis&Clark . • Absarokee Sidewalk,Stillwater County, County,Montana Montana • Helena Middle School Sidewalk, Helena . Public Schools, Montana • • JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 A-5 • • • GreatWest Team Resumes engineering • • PROJECT ENGINEER RYAN HOLM, PE Ryan is a graduate from the civil engineering program at Carroll College. His experience includes • 9 years with Great west site development,hydraulic,road,bridge,water and wastewater design;drafting;construction • 15 years of experience inspection;and field surveying. His responsibilities include design,plan production,technical • reports,specifications,construction inspection and field surveys. Ryan is proficient in AutoCAD, EDUCATION Civil 3D,Land Development Desktop,Eagle Point,Civil Storm,and HEC-RAS design software. He is knowledgeable in a wide range of standard design practices and regulatory requirements, . • Carroll College,BA,Civil has a good understanding of the engineering design process,and is able to make sound decisions. Engineering,2010 • • IUPUI,Indianapolis,IN, Civil Engineerng,2003- 2004 • Montana State University, Civil Engineering,1998 . 2000 FEATURED PROJECT EXPERIENCE CERTIFICATIONS Preliminary Design for Main Boulder Road Improvements, Park&Sweet Grass Counties, Montana • Licensed Professional Design Engineer involved with the preliminary design of 17 miles of mountainous recreational • Engineer,Montana, road improvements for the purpose of applying for Western Federal Lands Forest Highway Certificate No.30606PE Grants and Forest Service Resource Advisory Committee Grants. Developed recommended roadway improvements using GIS information and field analysis. Improvements included PROFESSIONAL TRAINING widening and resurfacing the road,improving drainage structures,and replacing four bridges spanning the Boulder River. Recommended improvements were estimated to cost$12.1 million Indiana Rule s Stormwater dollars. The Forest Service Resource Advisory Committee Grant was awarded for approximately Quality Workshop (construction&post- $350,000 and was used to construct drainage improvements and gravel surface the roadway of the construction stormwater first 5 miles of road. These improvements were constructed in spring 2012. The Western Federal quality),2004 Lands Forest Highway Grant is on hold pending further agency review. • Nuclear Density Gauge User Training RELATED EXPERIENCE &Clark County,Montana Using HEC- to . compute Water Surface • South Laurel Business District Storm Water Profiles for Floodplains, • Twin Bridges Stormwater PER,Twin Bridges, Collection System, Laurel,Montana Bridge and Culver MT • Little Blackfoot River Bridge-3 Mi.East Hydraulics,2007 • Riverside Park Bank Stabilization,Laurel, of Garrison,Montana Department of • Autodesk University 2007, Montana Transportation Civil 3D software training • Preliminary Design for Main Boulder Road • Roadway Reconstruction Design for Kiowa Jct • Montana Joint Engineers Improvements, Park&Sweet Grass Counties, N&S and N of Kiowa N-MDT(2012-Present Conference,2008 Montana • Preliminary Design for Main Boulder Road • Autodesk University 2009, Civil 3D software training • FEMA Hydrologic Flow Studies,Multiple Improvements,Park&Sweet Grass Counties, • Autodesk University 2010, Counties,Montana Montana Civil 3D Software training • Morris Property Floodplain Analysis,Boulder, • Dakota Prairie National Grasslands AOP • Upstream Fish Montana Structures, U.S. Forest Service, DPG, North Passage:Behavioral, • Trail Creek Bridge Replacement Design,U.S. • Engineering,and Related Forest Service, Lolo National Forest, Montana • North Fork Teton Road Construction Staking, Considerations,2011 Western Federal Lands Highways Division, • • Introduction to • Beaver Creek Road Preliminary Design, Rocky Montana Microstatlon software Boy's Indian Reservation, Montana • training,2012 • Idaho Panhandle National Forest Timber Lewis&Clark National Forest AOP Structures • Introduction to Geopak Bridge Replacements,U.S.Forest Service, Design,U.S.Forest Service,LCNF,Montana software Gaining 2012 IDPH,Idaho Lolo National Forest AOP Structures Design, • GuidslGN software • Lightning Creek Road #419 Reconstruction U.S.Forest Service, LNF, Montana . training 2013 &Rehabilitation Design, Panhandle National • Helena National Forest AOP Structures Forest,Idaho Design, U.S.Forest Service,HNF,Montana • • Forest Road#343(Fish Creek Road) • Main Street Bridge Replacement Design, Deer Assessment&Design,Lolo National Forest, Lodge,Montana • Montana • North Star Planned Unit Development Road • • Valley View Road Improvements Design,Lewis Design, Lewis&Clark County,Montana • JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21,2015 A-6 • • • 0 GreatWeSC Team Resumes engineering PROJECT ENGINEER JONATHAN WEAVER, PE,CFM • 0 • 6 years with Great west Jonathan's primary responsibilities include the design of irrigation infrastructure,stream crossing • • 6 years of experience structures,Preliminary Engineering Reports,specifications and special provisions,field surveys, construction inspection,irrigation projects,permitting,computerized drafting,and roadway • EDUCATION design.He has experience working with many design programs such as Auto-CAD and HEC- • Montana State university, RAS. BS,Civil Engineering, • 2009 • PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATIONS • Licensed Professional • Engneer,Montana, Certificate No.29128 • Certified Floodplain FEATURED PROJECT EXPERIENCE Manager 0 • Portable Nuclear Gauge Floodplain Administration,Town of Ennis,Montana • Certified.6/26/2009 Certified Floodplain Manager responsible for administering the FEMA floodplain within the Town of Ennis. This includes regulation interpretation,general guidance,and permit review and 0 approval. Any development with the regulated floodplain requires a permit,and the rules and regulations surrounding the permit process are complex. Jonathan has been a great asset to the Town in providing guidance in this area. i RELATED EXPERIENCE • Flat Creek Road Bridge Replacement,Lewis and Clark County,Montana(2010) • Crawford Creek Fish Barrier,Lewis and Clark • Fourth Street over Bear Creek Culvert,Carbon National Forest,Montana(2010) County,Montana(2010) • Greycliff Streambank Stabilization Study, • Quaintance Lane Bridge Replacement, 0 Sweet Grass County(2009-present) Jefferson County, Montana (2010) • Mark Young Bank Stabilization on Elk Creek, • Hanson Lane,Two Culvert Replacements, • Sun River Watershed Group,Montana(2010) Jefferson County, Montana(2010) Elk Creek and Smith Creek Irrigation • Warren Road Realignment,Jefferson County, • Diversion Improvements-Sun River Montana(2009) • Watershed Group, Montana(2010) • Picket Pin Creek Bridge,Custer National • Deep Creek Miller and Hodgkiss Site Forest(2009) Improvements-Teton River Watershed • Old Boulder Road Stockpass,Sweet Grass S Group,Montana(2010) County(2009) • Cow Creek Bridge Replacement,Granite • Wyman Gulch Culvert Replacements,Clark County,Montana(2011) Fork Coalition(2011) • Boulder Creek Bridge Replacements,Granite • Lewis and Clark National Forest,Three 0 County(2011) . Campgrounds and One Trailhead Design • Coconino National Forest,Two Bridge (2010-present) Replacements and Nine Box Culvert Replacements(2010-present) • • Helena National Forest,Two Bridge . Replacements and Four Culvert Replacements(2010) • • Jack Creek Road,Two Bridge Replacements, • Madison County, Montana(2010) 0 JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 A-7 • • • GreatWest®° Team Resumes • engineering • • PRINCIPAL/PROJECT ROBERT CHURCH, PE . MANAGER Bob has been involved in numerous solid waste,drinking water,and wastewater projects • 26 years with Great west throughout the western United States. Related experience includes planning,permitting, • • 26 years of experience licensing,design,and construction of many projects. Typical solid waste projects have included • licensing of new sites,expansion design,master planning,landfill closures,and transfer stations. • EDUCATION Typical drinking water projects have included supply,distribution,storage,and treatment • Montana state university, projects. Typical wastewater projects have included collection,pumping,and treatment projects. • B.S.,Civil Engineering 1989 • • PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATIONS • • Professional Engineer, • MT,1994 FEATURED PROJECT EXPERIENCE Professional Engineer, • ID,1998 Granite County Solid Waste District-Philipsburg and Drummond, Montana • • Nuclear Gauge operator, Principal for Preliminary Engineering Report,funding assistance,design and construction 1989 management. Project includes installation of platform scales at Philipsburg and Drummond roll- . • Cert.Mgr.of Landfill off container sites. The Solid waste District is implementing a Pay-As-You-Throw waste variable Operations,1992 rate system which will be based on actual tonnage disposed of by each resident and business • in the County. Weight-based Pay-As-You-Throw is a unique approach which the District is PROFESSIONAL implementing to control landfill and transportation costs. DNRC and TSEP funding provided • ORGANIZATIONS 75%grand funding for the project. The project was constructed in budget and weighing Will Water Environment began in October 2010. • Federation • Solid Waste Association of North America • • Montana Rural Water systems • American water works RELATED EXPERIENCE • Old Dump Remediation Project,Planning and • Association Funding Laurel, Montana • Roll-Off Container Site Upgrades, Lake County • Industrial Storm Water Permit,Wastewater . Solid Waste District,Polson Montana Treatment Facility,Glendive, Montana • • Scale,Scalehouse&Site Access • Wastewater Collection&Treatment, Improvements,Gallatin County Solid Waste Preliminary Engineering Report(PER),Design • District,Logan, Montana and Construction-Town of Dutton, Montana • • Landfill Master Plan and Lined Cell • Wastewater Treatment Facility,Townsend, Construction,Gallatin County Solid Waste Montana District,Logan,Montana • Wastewater Treatment System,Cascade, • Stormwater Discharge Permitting and SWPP Montana Plans • Wastewater System Project Design and • Multiple Facilities Statewide Landfill Closure Construction,Whitewater, Montana Projects,Permitting Design and Construction, • Wastewater System Improvements,Town of • Bozeman, Montana Dodson,Montana • • Corrective Measures Groundwater • Wastewater System Improvements,Town of Remediation Project,Gallatin County Solid Lavina,Montana e Waste District,Logan, Montana • Landfill Master Plan and Multiple Lined Cell Wastewater System Improvements,Town of • Construction Projects,Billings,Montana Augusta,Montana • • Solid Waste System Preliminary Engineering ' Wastewater System Improvements,City of • Report,Granite County Solid Waste District, Scobey, Montana Philipsburg, Montana • Wastewater System Improvements, Private • • Groundwater and Landfill Gas Monitoring, Development Helena, Montana Gallatin County Solid Waste District,Logan, • Wastewater System Improvements, Rudyard Montana Sewer District,Montana i JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 A-8 • • • Greatwest Team Resumes engineering e • PROJECT ENGINEER STEPHANIE BECKERT, PE • • 10 years with Great West Stephanie has ten years of engineering experience,ranging in many disciplines,including solid • • 10 years of experience waste,water,wastewater,site development,and trails.While with Great West Engineering, Stephanie's responsibilities have included project management,design,construction,construction • EDUCATION inspection,analysis,reports,and environmental assessments. • Carroll College,BA,Civil Engineering,2006 • PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATIONS • • Professional Engineer,MT • (2010),#17600PE • Helena AreaCham FEATURED PROJECT EXPERIENCE Helena Area chamber of Commerce(2013) • Gallatin County Landfill Expansion, Montana Project engineer working on design and construction inspection for an 11.9 acre landfill expansion. • PROFESSIONAL The new landfill cell included an alternative liner consisting of a geosynthetic clay liner and an • CERTIFICATIONS HDPE liner with leachate collection system. Construction of this project is complete;however, • Sanitary Landfill Design currently working with the District on several other projects including:a Corrective Measures • • Nuclear Density Gauge Assessment,evaluating long term alternatives for landfill expansion on the properties adjacent to • User Training the landfill,and conducting groundwater and gas monitoring on the site. • Leadership Helena(2011- • 2012) • RELATED EXPERIENCE and Tri-County Disposal Valley View Landfill • High Plains Landfill Boundary Licensing,Great • City of Bozeman Landfill Closure,Montana Falls, MT • • City of Billings Landfill Phase 3 Expansion, • High Plains Landfill 0&M Update with E&P . Billings,Montana Wastes,Great Falls, MT • City of Billings Landfill Phase 4 Expansion, • Gallatin County Phase 2 Landfill Closure, • Billings,Montana Montana • • Granite County Container Site Improvements, • Water System Improvements,Lake County Drummond, Montana&Philipsburg,Montana Transfer Station,Montana • City of Billings Phase 2 Landfill Closure, • Sewer Extension,City of Bozeman Landfill, • Montana Montana • Lewis and Clark County Landfill Phase 3 Expansion, Helena,Montana • • Lake County Solid Waste District Proctor Container Site Improvements, Montana • Gallatin County Leachate Pond Expansion, • Montana • • Bonneville County Landfill Phase 3 Expansion, Idaho • • City of Billings Landfill Phase 5 Expansion, • Billings,Montana • City of Billings Landfill Solid Waste Management Plan,Billings,Montana • • SWPPP reports for six landfills including Gallatin County,Lewis and Clark County,City • of Billings,City of Glendive,City of Bozeman, • JEFFERSON COUNTY l Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 A-9 • • • - GreatWest "'— Team Resumes • engineering a • • VICE PRESIDENT CRAIG POZEGA, PE • • 16 years with Great West Craig has 21 years of engineering experience,most of which has been with municipal water and • • 21 years of experience wastewater projects,and is quite familiar with regulatory agencies and funding programs. Craig has prepared numerous Preliminary Engineering Reports for water and wastewater projects. • EDUCATION While with Great West Engineering,Craig's responsibilities have included project management, • design,construction,construction inspection,regulatory and permit negotiation,grant writing, Montana college Science ant administration,analysis,reports,land acquisition,and environmental assessments. Craig of Mineral Science $r Y � 1� � n+ $ • and Technology,BS, has extensive experience with preparing funding packages and working with funding agencies Engineering science, such as TSEP(Treasure State Endowment Program),CDBG(Community Development Block • 1994 Grant),SRF(State Revolving Fund)and DNRC(Department of Natural Resources and • PROFESSIONAL Conservation). • REGISTRATIONS • Professional Engineer, FEATURED PROJECT EXPERIENCE MT,2005 Regional Wastewater Management Plan for Helena Valley, Lewis and Clark County, Montana • PROFESSIONAL Assisted with a facility plan that evaluated wastewater collection and treatment alternatives AFFILIATIONS for the entire Helena Valley.Evaluated seven of the Helena valley's sewer district systems to • • Montana Water determine the condition of facilities and identify needed improvements.Several collection and Environment Federation treatment system alternatives were evaluated to replace onsite systems.Hooking up to the City of • Montana water Helena sewer was ultimately investigated,along with several regional plant alternatives to serve • Environment Federation the entire valley.Recommendations were incorporated into the County Comprehensive Plan and -Government Affairs • committee Chair consist of more than$7 million of needed improvements in the immediate future and$60 million • National water in improvements through the 50-year planning cycle. . Environment Federation • GAC/MA Liaison Sub Committee • • PROFESSIONAL RELATED EXPERIENCE • Design and Construction for 2008 Sewer CERTIFICATIONS Rehabilitation,City of Bozeman, Montana • National Association of sewer service • Regional Wastewater Study,Gallatin County, • Preliminary Engineering Report,Design Companies(NASSOO), Montana and Construction for Wastewater Collection • Pipeline Assessment and • Design and Construction of 2013 Sewer System Rehabilitation,Three Forks,Montana Certification Program Rehabilitation,Bozeman, Montana • Preliminary Engineering Report, Design IPACP) and Construction for Wastewater Collection • • National Association • Design and Construction of 2012 Sewer Main System Improvements Phase ll,Rudyard of sewer service Replacement Project,Glendive,Montana Sewer District, Montana • Companies(NASSCO), • Preliminary Engineering Report and Grant Manhole Assessment - Preliminary Engineering Report for and Certification Program Writing far Wastewater Treatment and Wastewater Treatment and Collection System Collection System Improvements,City of Cut (MACP) Improvements,Ten Mile/Pleasant Valley, • • NaUOnal Association of Bank(2012) Helena,Montana Sewer service companies • Design and Construction Management for I&I • (NASSCO),Inspector Reduction and Disinfection Improvements, Preliminary Engineering Report for New • Training&Certification Whitefish,Montana Wastewater System, Raynesford, Montana Program(ITCPCIPP) • Preliminary Engineering Report for New • Design for 2001 Sewer Rehabilitation, New • Wastewater Collection and Treatment System, Hyalite View Subdivision,City of Bozeman, Seeley Lake, Montana Montana • Preliminary Engineering Report for • Design and Construction for New Wastewater • Wastewater Treatment Improvements,West Treatment and Collection System System, • Glendive, Montana Cascade, Montana • Preliminary Engineering Report for Wastewater Collection System Improvements, • Hill County,North Havre,Montana • Analysis and Design for Phase II Wastewater • Collection Improvements,Virginia City, Montana JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 A-10 • O r GreatW Team Resumes engineering. i • PROJECT ENGINEER COLLETTE ANDERSON,PE . • 5 years of experience with Collette has 9 years of engineering experience in municipal water and wastewater projects,as Great west well as subdivision projects. She has a strong background in design,analysis,design reports, 0 • e years of experience and Preliminary Engineering Reports,with additional experience in construction management, • inspection,CAD drafting,grant writing,and permitting. While with Great West Engineering, PROFESSIONAL Collette's responsibilities have included design,analysis,reports,CAD drafting,construction REGISTRATIONS inspection,grant writing,and permitting. • Professional Engineer, State of Montana,2012 • . EDUCATION • Montana Tech of the University of Montana,BS, • Civil Engineering,2006 FEATURED PROJECT EXPERIENCE PROFESSIONAL Design and Construction Inspection of Wastewater Lagoon Improvements, Leisure Village, CERTIFICATIONS Helena, Montana • Nuclear Density Gauge Project engineer responsible for design and construction inspection of a new total retention • Userrraimng wastewater lagoon system. Design tasks included flow monitoring,construction plans, . specifications,and a design report for review and approval by DEQ. The wastewater PROFESSIONAL improvements consisted of a new primary treatment lagoon and four storage lagoons with a total • AFFILIATIONS operating surface area of 33 acres and an operating capacity of nearly 21 million gallons. The • • MSAWWA(Montana project also included installation of polypropylene and PVC liner,a new meter manhole and flow Section American water meter,pond piping and valves,a level transmitting structure,and sludge disposal. Also provided • Works Association) review and approval of project submittals,oversight of day to day construction activity and on- • • Junior Trustee-MSAW WA site construction meetings,and review of payment applications. Construction was completed in B08fC 2012 and total project cost was approximately$2.0 million. RELATED EXPERIENCE Disinfection System Improvements,Plains, • Montana • Preliminary Engineering Report Wastewater • Design of New Water Treatment System& Improvements,Clancy Wastewater System, Meters,Sun Prairie Village • Jefferson County • Preliminary Engineering Report and Grant . • TSEP and DNRC Grant Writing for Wastewater Writing for Water Distribution Improvements, System Improvements,Seeley Lake Sewer Cascade Water System • District • Preliminary Engineering Report and Grant • TSEP and DNRC Grant Writingfor Wastewater Writing for Water Supply and Distribution • System Improvements,City of Glendive Improvements,Dutton, Montana . • TSEP and DNRC Grant Writing for Wastewater • Design of Water Distribution Improvements, System Improvements, Dawson County,West Plains Ranger Station Glendive Wastewater System • Water System Monitoring Plan and Design • • Design of Wastewater Treatment System, of Automatic Chlorine Monitor, Fort Harrison Hebgen Lake Estates Military Complex 0 • Design of Wastewater Lift Station and Farce • Design of Water Storage System 40 Main, Hebgen Lake Estates Improvements,Phase ll, Loma,Montana • New Wastewater Collection and System • Permitting for Bynum Water System • Improvements- Pine Butte Guest Ranch Improvements,Bynum, Montana • • MPDES Permit for Wastewater Treatment • Design and Construction Management of Facility,Ennis,Montana Water System Improvements Project,Woods • Design and Construction Management and Bay,Montana • Inspection of Sewer Force Main, Plains, Montana • Preliminary Engineering Report for UV JEFFERSON COUNTY j Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 A-11+ • • Gr Mesr Team Resumes • engineering e • . SR.WATER RESOURCES AMY CHADWICK SCIENTIST • • 2 year with Great West Amy specializes in watershed assessment and determining the influence of management practices . • 14 years of experience on water,biological resources,wetlands,riparian areas,and floodplains.She has over ten years of experience in natural resources monitoring and reporting.Ms.Chadwick's recent projects include EDUCATION• M.S.in Forestry,2001. NEPA analysis and reporting,stream bicengineering design and passive restoration planning, • The University of wetland delineation and mitigation,watershed assessment and restoration planning,fisheries Montana,Missoula,MT. surveys,and riparian and aquatic habitat assessment. Emphasis on Stream Ecology,Watershed Management • B.A.in Biology,1993. • The Colorado College, Colorado Springs,CO. . cum laude.Emphasis on Botany and Ecology. • PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FEATURED PROJECT EXPERIENCE • Regional Supplement Biological Resource Report for Blaine Spring Creek Bridge Replacement Project Update for Wetland • Delineators in Montana. Lead Ecologist for development of a Biological Resources Report(BRR)for TSEP,county,and wetland Training Institute, MDT funded bridge replacement on Varney Road Crossing Blaine Spring Creek south of Ennis, • Inc.,Helena,MT.October, zoos. MT.Report includes characterization of terrestrial and aquatic resources including rare plant • • Water safety and survey,wetland delineation and functional assessment,and evaluation of impacts to Threatened Electrofishing.Montana and Endangered Species occurring at the project site.Includes calculation of potential wetland • FWP,Helena,MT.June impacts,provides streambank stabilization concept,and recommends measures to avoid and • 2010. minimize potential impacts from construction activities. • Restoration Project • Management.Portland State University,Portland, RELATED EXPERIENCE in the Prospect Creek watershed.Worked OR.Dec.2007. with Lolo NF resource managers to develop • Advanced Wetland soils Biological Assessment(BA)for Bull inventory protocols,culvert risk of failure • and Hydrology for Wetland Trout,FEMA Flood Mitigation Culvert algorithm,and AOP analysis.Supervised • Delineators.Wetland Replacement Protect-Ecologist development of analysis queries and mapping Training Institute.Inc., responsible for NEPA reporting on the of priority restoration sites in web-based data • Portland,Oregon.June management tool. 2007. Travelers Home culvert replacement project within critical bull trout habitat.Completed BA Viking Creek Wetland Preserve • • Wetland Mitigation and to assess and document potential effects of Restoration and Mitigation-Developed Restoration.Wetland existing culverts and proposed culvert design restoration plan and wetland mitigation • Training institute,Inc., to bull trout and critical bull trout habitat. design.Created 1.8 acre wetland and Portland,Oregon.April w 2004. Recommended minimization measures to .restored 10 acre wet meadow to wet forest reduce impact of construction activities to community.Conducted baseline wetland • • watershed Strategic aquatic resources. condition monitoring and completed MDT Planning,Restoration,and functional assessment.Submitted post- social Change.Portland Biological Assessment(BA)for Bull construction monitoring report.Leading • State University Executive Trout,FEMA Road Damage Mitigation mitigation monitoring and maintenance,in • Leadership Institute. -Completed Biological Assessment to g Portland.Oregon.April document likely effects to bull trout from progress. • 2002. repair of Stemple Pass Road near Lincoln, Wetland Mitigation Feasibility,Whitefish, • Hydrogeomorphic(HGM) MT.Submitted BA with preliminary impact MT-Investigated feasibility of wetland • Approach to Functional statement to U.S Fish and Wildlife Service mitigation sites for anticipated wetland Assessment of Riverme and Federal emergency Management Agency, mitigation needs.Developed mitigation • Floodplain Wetlands. concept report and map. Helena,Montana. Wetland Reeonnalssauce Level Survey, • September,2000. Bearmoath RA-Mapped approximate Mine Environmental Compliance • • Basic Wetland jurisdictional wetland boundaries to identify Monitoring,Kline Environmental Delineation.Wetland potential wetland mitigation needs for TSEP- Research-Performed day and night Training Institute.Inc.. funded construction at Bearmouth Rest Area snorkeling in two streams in northwest • Kalispell,Montana. near Drummond,Montana. Montana downstream of existing and September 1998. Passage mining operations to document • Risk of Failure/Aquatic Organism • Applied Fluvial Passage(AOP)Analysis and Mapping- fish species and size ranges. Collected • Geomorphology.Dave Prospect Manager responsible for overseeing inventory,Creek,Lolo National Forest-Project tissue samples for heavy metal bioassays, Rosgen,Instructor, and sampled aquatic habitat,bioindicators • Wildland Hydrology, analysis and mapping of road crossings (macroinvea),ande,water h em and Pagosa springs.Colorado. chlorophylls),and water chemistry. • August 1997 A-J JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 20A-1.2 • • /400 Team Resumes � • GreatWest-- • engineering • • PROJECT MANAGER& COLE PEEBLES, PE • DESIGN ENGINEER Cole is a Project Manager and a member of the Transportation Design Team. His background • • 6 years with Great west includes experience in transportation engineering and geotechnical analysis and design. His • 10 years of experience typical responsibilities include road design,bridge and culvert design,dam inspection,project specifications,project management,construction management,construction inspection,field . EDUCATION survey,opencut permitting,performing field surveys,geotechnical investigations and evaluations, site layout and design,computerized drafting using AutoCAD Civil 3D,and completion of MS Geotechnecaniversity, permit applications. He has authored numerous technical studies including several Preliminary • Engineering,2007 Engineering Reports in supplement of Treasure State Endowment Program grant applications. • Montana state university, Cole's communication skills and critical thinking abilities enable him to make sound engineering • 200 Civil Engineering, decisions and provide clients with superior products and services. PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATIONS FEATURED PROJECT EXPERIENCE • Licensed Professional • Engineer,Montana, Facility Condition Inventory(FCI),Montana State Parks Certificate No.17314 Project Manager responsible for project development,team coordination and oversight,and field • PROFESSIONAL infrastructure evaluations of more than 30 of Montana's State Parks on behalf of the Department AFFILIATIONS • of Fish,Wildlife&t Parks. The primary objective of this work is to present State Parks with an Former Chapter vice independent and objective look at the overall health of the existing parks facilities&t systems President a current and to document observed needs/deficiencies ranging from bridge conditions and septic systems Member Chi Epsilon Civil • Engineering Fraternity to lighting fixture efficiency. Currently working with State Parks Administration to identify Member-American and prioritize more than$20 Million in infrastructure projects that are recommended for • Society of Civil Engineers implementation within the next 10 years. As Project Manager,Cole leads a team of experienced • CERTIFICATIONS& structural,mechanical,electrical,historic preservation,geotechnical,municipal,and architectural TRAINING professionals who are working to provide Parks Leadership with tools and information that will • • 2015 Joint Engineering aid in prioritizing,selecting,and scheduling future capital improvement and major maintenance • Conference projects across Montana. • FHWA GRS-IBS Bridge Foundations Seminar, 2012 RELATED EXPERIENCE • Lower Sweet Grass Road Bridge • • 2013 ASCE Geo. Replacement,Sweet Grass County, Montana Congress Stability and Performance of slopes • Cyr Opencut Amendment-Lewis&Clark • Casner Park Bridge Replacement,Coconino and Embankments County, Lincoln MT National Forest,Region 3 • 2013 USFS Northern • Region University Asphalt • Hayes Opecut Amendment- Missoula • Oregon Gulch Culvert Replacement, Lolo Workshop County,Potomac, MT National Forest,Region • Nuclear Gauge User Training • Winderl Opecut Amendment- Fossum Ready • Culvert Creek Culvert Replacement,Lewis • Mix,Glasgow, MT and Clark National Forest, Region 1 PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS • Cameron Opencut Assignment- Madison • Duncan District Bridge Replacement, • County,Ennis, MT Madison County,Montana . Evaluation of • Steinberg Opencut Application -Sweet Grass • South River Road,Carbon County, Montana the Engineering County,Big Timber, MT . Characteristics of RAP/ • Stemple Pass FEMA Road Repairs Aggregate Blends, • Brickley Opencut Amendment-Stillwater Technical Report No.: • Prairie County CTEP Sidewalks,Terry, • FHWA/MT-05-008/8117- County,Rapefje, MT Montana 25,2005 • Strength, Christensen Opencut Application - Plote Compressibility of RAP/ Construction,Scobey,MT • 2nd Ave Fast CTEP Sidewalks,City of Aggregate Blends,ASCE Roundup,Montana • Geotechnical Special Wormser Loop Rock Fall Mitigation • Sheridan CTEP Sidewalk&Safe Routes to • 2006 Laboratory G$P 154, Bridger,W.Bridger,and Upper Deer Creek School,Sheridan, Montana • Laboratory Testing of FEMA Road Repairs,Sweet Grass County • Powell County On-Call and Infrastructure High Density Resintered Grangeville-Salmon Road Slide Repair,Idaho Improvements,Montana • Snow,41"Engineering County Geology and Geotechnical • Twin Bridges Trail,Twin Bridges, Montana • Symposium,2008 • Clearwater National Forest Trail Bridge Repairs, Lochsa River,Idaho • Burma Road Feasibility • • 19th Street Bridge Replacement,Carbon ' Mill Creek Bridge Replacements • County,Montana • JEFFERSON COUNTY ( Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 A-13 • • • • GreatWest Team Resumes • engineering • • GRANT WRITER/ CRAIG ERICKSON • ADMINISTRATOR Craig has over 15 years of grant administration and grant-writing experience.While the Director 5 years with Great West of Infrastructure Services at Bear Paw Development Corporation in Havre,Craig used his • • 15 years experience extensive communication and consensus-building skills to effectively,facilitate and administer • community and economic development initiatives for twelve municipal and county governments • EDUCATION in north central Montana. Craig's management of public facilities project's for Bear Paw • Broadcast Development's member governments provided him with intimate knowledge of each major state . Communications,Brown and federal infrastructure development program,including CDBG,TSEP,RD,SRF,BRIG,STAG, college,Minneapolis, VVRDA,INTERCAP,EDA,and CTEP. • Minnesota,1988-84 • • High School,Moorhead Senior High School, Moorhead,Minnesota, 1977-80 FEATURED PROJECT EXPERIENCE PROFESSIONAL RTIFIC ON TRAINING& Grant Administration-Twin Bridges, Montana • CERTIFICATION Wastewater System Improvements and Water Meter Installation • • National Development Responsible for the administration of the$4.1 million funding package that includes the Council Economic • Development Finance participation of CDBG,DNRC,TSEP,Rural Development,and INTERCAP grants and loans. Professional Certification Project administration services include assisting the Town with meeting the start-up conditions • • Advanced Facilitation associated with each source of funds,including the preparation of the application for interim • rrammgthrough construction financing from the Montana Board of Investment's INTERCAP loan program. Leadership Strategies Also includes assisting he Town's C1erk/Treasurer with the preparation of the monthl • Institute g P P )' • Workplace Mediation drawdown requests,the preparation of the monthly and quarterly project progress reports, • Training through the assisting with the analysis of the Town's current rate structure,and assuring the Town's • University of North compliance with federal Davis/Bacon wage requirements. Dakota's Conflict • Resolution Center Montana Economic • Developers Association/ RELATED EXPERIENCE • May 2010-Prepared CDBG funding PPL Montana Economic application for$3.5 million water system • Development Course improvements project;Sun Prairie Village • Administration of$4.1 million CDBG,DNRC, Coun Water and Sewer District • U.S.Department of TSEP,RD and INTERCAP funding package for tY Housingand urban wastewater system improvements and water • May 2010-Prepared TSEP, DNRC,and WRDA • Devsk pment(HUD)Art meter installation;Twin Bridges,Montana applications for$1.4 million wastewater and sgTrain o Train-the-Grant system improvements project;Hebgen Lake Writing Train-theGranF Administration of$4.9 million TSEP, Estate County Water and Sewer District writers'-training DNRC, RD,and WRDA funding package • • ACCRA Research Methods for wastewater improvements;Whitehall, May 2010-Prepared TSEP, DNRC,SRF and for Economic Developers Montana STAG/WRDA applicationsfor$1.6 million • Training . Administration of$1.8 million TSEP, for Phase IV/Schedule 3 of water system • HUD Environmental DNRC,and SRF/ARRA funding package for improvements project;Cut Bank, Montana • Review Training wastewater system improvements; Dutton, May 2010-Prepared TSEP and DNRC • Montana applications for$4.3 million wastewater • Administration of$1.5 million TSEP,SRF/ system improvements project;Gallatin • ARRA,and WRDA/ARRA funding package Gateway County Water and Sewer District . for Phase IV/Schedule 2 of water system + May 2009- Prepared CDBG application improvements; Cut Bank,Montana (Ranked#1)for$1.1 million Liberty County • Administration of$1.6 million TSEP,DNRC, Senior Center project;Chester,Montana • WRDA,and SRF funding package for • May 2008-Prepared CDBG application wastewater system improvements;Whitefish, (Ranked#2)for$1.2 million Day Treatment • Montana Center for Big Sandy Activities;Big Sandy, • Administration of$510,000 TSEP, DNRC, Montana • and SRF funding package for water system • May 2008-Prepared CDBG application improvements;St. Ignatius, Montana (Ranked#3)for$4.8 million Hi-Line • Administration of$917,000 DNRC and RD Retirement Center Renovation and Expansion; • funding package for wastewater system Malta,Montana • improvements;Sheridan, Montana • JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 A-14 • • • • GreatWest— Team Resumes • engineering • • PROJECT ENGINEER DAN KARLIN,PE • Dan graduated from the civil engineering program at Montana State University in 2006. He has • 8 years with Great West experience with site inspection,surveying,road and bridge design,bridge load rating,retaining • • 9 years of expenence wall design,trail design,land development,permitting,fish habitat enhancement,and design • programs such as AutoCAD. Primary responsibilities include bridge load rating,stream crossing EDUCATION design,Preliminary Engineering Reports,permitting,construction inspection,construction • management,roadway design,site development,and site restoration design. • Montana State University, BS,Civil Engineering, • 2006 CERTIFICATIONS • Licensed Professional • Engineer,Montana, FEATURED PROJECT EXPERIENCE License No.1789OPE Copper Creek Road Repairs, Lewis&Clark National Forest,Montana • TRAINING Project Engineer responsible for road improvements for 3.75 miles of road repairs. Responsible for survey,the design of road improvements,project specifications,and cost estimates. The project • • SWPPP Administration design was completed in 2012. Certification-Montana • Department of . Environmental Quality • Designingfor Aquatic • Organism Passage at Road Stream Crossings- USDA Forest Service • RELATED EXPERIENCE • Truss Bridge Load Ratings,USFS Region One, • • Fundamentals of LRFR Montana and Applications of LRFR for Bridge Superstructures • Design and Construction for Clearwater • Bridge Load Ratings,USFS Region Three, • OSHA 10-hour National Forest Trail Bridge Repairs, Lochsa Arizona&New Mexico • Construction safety and River, Idaho • Walnut Canyon Creek Bridge Repairs, USFS Health Training • Design and Construction for Lewis&Clark Region Three,Arizona • • Auto CAD 2008 Civil 3-D County Jim Darcy Trail Bridge,Helena,MT . South Fork Judith River Road Repairs, Lewis& • • Nuclear Gauge user • Flat Creek Bridge Design and Permitting, Clark National Forest, Montana Training Lewis and Clark County • Design and Construction for Nez Perce • • USFS Region Three, R3 Bridge Designs, National Forest Three Links Trail Bridge PROFESSIONAL Coconino&Gila National Forests,Arizona& Repair, Idaho • AFFILIATIONS: New Mexico • Design for Lewis&Clark National Forest • • USFS Region Three,Eagle Creek Road AOP Medicine Springs Trail Bridge Repair, • American Societyof Civil Designs,Lincoln National Forest,New Mexico Montana . Engineers-Montana Western Branch Vice • USFS Region One,Little Elk Creek AOP • Design for Idaho Panhandle/Nez Pence • President Designs,Nez Perce-Clearwater National National Forests Bear Creek Trail Bridge • Helena Engineer's Club Forests, Idaho Repair,Idaho • USFS Region One,American River AOP • Poorman Creek Bridge Design and Permitting, • Design, Nez Perce-Clearwater National Lewis and Clark Count Forests,Idaho • Gold Ridge Road Bridge Replacement Design, • USFS Region One,Saddle Camp AOP Designs, Lolo National Forest, Montana • Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests, Ida . USFS Region One, Eastside Fish Passage • USFS Region One,"Avalanche Bridge", Lolo Survey, Montana • National Forest, Montana • R3 Bridge Load Ratings, USFS Region Three, • • Design Frances Copper Mine Reclamation, Arizona&New Mexico . Lolo National Forest, Montana • Canyon Ferry Bank Stabilization, Helena, • Montana • • TSEP Bridge Grant Application,Lewis and Clark County, Montana • • JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 A-15 • • • ' xiv GreatWest—° Team Resumes • engineering a • • PROJECT ENGINEER GRAYSON GILLIN, Ell • • Joined Great West in 2014 Grayson has one year of engineering experience,most of which was obtained at Montana • • 1 year of experience with Department of Transportations student design unit. He has a background in transportation MDT/MSU Design Unit engineering related projects including guardrail design,mixed-use path design,ADA/sidewalk design,forest service bridge and culvert replacements,as well as forest feasibility studies.He • EDUCATION has drafting experience using both Bentley's Microstation V 8i platform and Autodesk's Civil • Montana state university, 3D platform.He is familiar with MDT design and drafting standards.Other relevant software • BS,Civil Engineering, experience includes HY-8 hydraulic modeling software and Microsoft Excel. 2014 • • PROFESSIONAL • REGISTRATIONS Engineer intern,MT, • #38094 • FEATURED PROJECT EXPERIENCE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING • Nuclear Density Testing Jack Mountain Estates RSID,Jefferson County,Montana • Gauge and Hazmat Design engineer assisting in completing the design and plan production for the drainage Twining improvements and chip-seal RSID project.Specific duties included construction plan production, • drainage design,erosion mitigation measures,quantity calculations and contract documents • preparation. • • • • RELATED EXPERIENCE • Multi-Use Path,Arise,Montana- Drafter . assisting in the plan production of the multi- use path in Arlee,Montana.Specific duties • included horizontal and vertical alignment design and crossing design.Plans were • produced in accordance with MDT and AASHTO guidelines for mixed-use paths and • complied with ADA requirements. • Batdeddge Guardrail Widening,Highway 86, Montana - Drafter assisting in the plan production of the guardrail widening project near the summit of Battleridge,along Highway 86 in Montana.Specific duties included surveying the site and performing • a clearzone and obstacle analysis in accordance with MDT standards. Stony Lake Creek Bridge,Lolo National Forest, • Montana - Design engineer assisting in completing the structural and roadway • design,construction plans,structural • details,special project specifications and cost estimates for the new concrete tritfeck • replacement bridge. • Road 360 Reconstruction/Road 111 Decommissioning,Nez Perce-Clearwater National • Forests,Idaho - Design engineer assisting in completing the preliminary design and plan . production for the feasibility study. • JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 A-16 • • vZGr eaM st— Team Resumes engineering • • CAD MANAGER/DESIGNER BRETANDERSON • 17 years with Great West Bret is a CAD technician and designer with more than 27 years of engineering drafting and design • 29 years ofexperience experience. His responsibilities have included design-drafting assignments using fundamental engineering skills and advanced drafting skills to formulate and prepare complex and detailed • EDUCATION engineering drawings. He is proficient in the use of AutoCAD and Microstation;including • Northern Montana AutoCAD Civil3D and Inroads. Bret serves as the company CAD manager. • College,Bachelor of Technology,Drafting& Design,1986 • • SPECIALTIES - • • AutoCAD • AutoCAD Civil3D • • AutoCAD Civil soLand FEATURED PROJECT EXPERIENCE • Desktop Companion Gallatin County Landfill; Logan, Montana • Microstation Provided drafting and design services for the landfill master plan. Calculated quantities in A • Inroads order to estimate the capacity and life of the landfill. Created report exhibits for landfill phases. • • GIs Provided surveying,drafting,and design services for the Phase 3 Landfill Expansion construction • • surveying plans. Provided surveying,design,and drafting services for the new landfill scale house facility construction plans. Provided survey and quantity calculations every six months in order to • estimate the capacity and life of the current landfill cell. • RELATED EXPERIENCE • Water System Analysis&Design;Eastgate • Water&Sewer Association, East Helena, • Billings Landfill Master Plan;Billings, Montana • Montana • Water Main Replacement-Design& • • City of Bozeman Landfill; Bozeman, Montana Construction;Whitehall,Montana 2004 • • Lewis and Clark County Landfill;Helena, • Water System Analysis;Tri-County Water Montana District,Montana • • Lake County Landfill;Poison, Montana • Water System Analysis and Preliminary Engineering Report;Loma,Montana . • Proctor Container Site-Lake County Solid Waste District; Proctor, Montana • Opheim Water Distribution System • Improvements;Opheim,Montana • City County Landfill Master Plan; East Helena, • Montana • • Lewis and Clark County Landfill - Phase 3 Landfill Expansion;Helena, Montana • • City of Billings Solid Waste Division - Phase 5 • Landfill Expansion;Billings, Montana • Lodge Grass Container Site- Big Horn • County;Lodge Grass,Montana • • Wastewater System Improvements; Lavina, Montana • • Hebgen Lake Estates County Water 1111, and Sewer District Wastewater System Improvements; Near West Yellowstone, • Montana • • Water Master Plan;Cooke City,Montana • • Water Master Plan;Town of Power,Montana • Water Master Plan, Design,and Construction; • Town of Stanford,Montana • • JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 A-17 • • • • GreatWest-- --�-� Team Resumes • engineering • w INSPECTOR JACK KNORR • • 8 years with Great West Jack has over 41 years of road and bridge experience and served as the road and bridge • • 41 years of experience superintendant for Stillwater County and Sweet Grass County. During his career,Jack served on the MACO Transportation Committee,was an active member of MACRS(serving as President in • 2003/2004);assisted in directing the LTAP program as an Advisory Board member for many years, • and continues to be involved with Road and Bridge activities by working as the Road Liability Trainer for MACO. • • • • FEATURED PROJECT EXPERIENCE • East Rosebud Creek Bridge Replacement Carbon County, Montana • Provided construction inspection services for the replacement of a deficient two span cast-in- • place concrete bridge with a new 75-foot span precast concrete bulb tee structure. The project also involved coordination with utilities and adjacent homeowners,and approach improvements. • Responsibilities included daily inspection and quality control,density testing,keeping of diary, • communication between contractor,owner,and engineer,and review and approval of contractor • pay estimates. • w • 111 RELATED EXPERIENCE Sweet Grass County Public works Director, 2006-2008. Served as the Public Works • Stillwater County Red Bridge Replacement: Director for Sweet Grass County responsible Provided construction inspection services for overseeing maintenance of the county • for the replacement of a deficient steel pony road system,fairgrounds,and cemetery. • truss bridge with a new 120-foot span precast Stillwater County Road Superintendent, 1998 concrete bulb tee structure. The project also -2008. Served as the Road Superintendent • involved the installation of a new precast for Stillwater County responsible for concrete box culvert on an irrigation diversion overseeing maintenance and improvement of • channel and significant road approach county road system. and vertical alignment improvements. Absarokee West Grove Street CTEP Sidewalks Responsibilities included daily inspection -Stillwater County,Montana.Great West - and quality control,density testing, keeping Engineering was selected by Stillwater of diary,communication between contractor, County to develop plans and specifications • owner,and engineer,and review and approval for construction of 750 linear feet of new of contractor pay estimates. sidewalk with curb and gutter providing safe • Carbon County Tuttle Lane Bridge pedestrian access to the Henry Street Pool. • Replacement: Provided construction Great West provided significant assistance inspection services for the replacement to the county during the public hearing, • of a deficient two span timber bridge with CTEP review,and construction management a new 75-foot span precast concrete bulb phases. This project required coordination • tee structure. The project also involved with the CTEP program to obtain an MDT coordination with utilities and adjacent encroachment permit, receive approval of • property owners,and significant road the new signing,drop-inlet structures for approach improvements. Responsibilities collection of stormwater,and retaining walls included daily inspection and quality to minimize impact to property owners.The • control,density testing, keeping of diary, project was constructed in 2010. communication between contractor,owner, • and engineer,and review and approval of • contractor pay estimates • JEFFERSON COUNTY I Engineering and Grant Administration Services Proposal December 21, 2015 A-18� • • • • • MATTHEW D. MORRIS, PLS, CFedS • 19 3b Street N.E. I P.O. Box 513 I Choteau, MT 59422 1 (406)4663550 • E-mail: mattm @morrislandsurveys.com • PROFESSIONAL OBJECTIVE: To provide an unparalleled service to clientele, by producing professional deliverables, based on project • parameters,while allowing for personal and professional growth in the field of surveying and land • development. • EDUCATION: • Bachelor of Science in Construction Engineering Technology, Business Administration Minor and Licensed Surveyor Intern Candidate; Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana, December 2003, • Certified Federal Land Surveyor program offered by the Department of the Interior,20-week course, February • 2010 • PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATIONS: • • Professional Land Surveyor(Montana) PLS# 16968,October 2007 • Certified Federal Surveyor(US Dept Interior BLM)CfedS# 1342, February 2010 • • Professional Land Surveyor(Idaho) PLS# 14391,September 2010 • • Professional Land Surveyor(Wyoming)PLS#14680,September 2014 PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS: • • Montana Association of Registered Land Surveyors(MARLS), Past President 2013-2014 • National Society of Professional Land Surveyors(NSPS), Montana Director 2014-present • • Professional Land Surveyors of Wyoming(PLSW),Special Member • PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: • Principal, Morris Land Surveys, P.L.L.C., Choteau, MT,January 2008-Present • • Organize and develop a surveying firm in Choteau Montana • Perform all tasks necessary to provide clientele with professional deliverables on a wide range of • projects including: o Perform multiple surveys in support of Engineering services throughout Montana • o Perform multiple surveys for various utility companies throughout the State of Montana • o Create Survey Products for a public right-of-way, under the direction of Lewis and Clark County Officials • o Oil Field Location Plats and Site Planning • o Bureau of Reclamation Control Survey at an Existing Concrete arch dam o Boundary re-tracement surveys • o Subdivisions and exempt transfer parcels throughout Montana • o Adjustment of common boundary lines o FEMA Flood Zone Surveys(determine Base Flood Elevation, prepare Elevation Certificates, • and prepare Letter of Map Amendments), • o Construction Staking for mist projects, including retaining walls,trails, and roads • Survey Department Manager, Pierson Land Works, Inc.,Jackson,WY, May 2004 -Sep. 2007 • Provide technical support at a professional level for field crews and office personnel • • Determine the resources necessary to satisfy project work loads • • Compile estimates and negotiate contracts with clients • Schedule daily field and office operations • • Act as a liaison between other professionals and survey department personnel • • Prepare information for field work and review collected data • • Under the direction of Registered Land Surveyors performed boundary surveys,topographic surveys, construction surveys,etc. • • • • A-19 • • • • • MATTHEW D. MORRIS, PLS, CFedS • 19 3rd Street N.E. I P.O. Box 513 1 Choteau, MT 59422 1 (406)466-3550 • E-mail: mattm @morrislandsurveys.com • PROFESSIONAL OBJECTIVE: • To provide an unparalleled service to clientele, by producing professional deliverables, based on project parameters,while allowing for personal and professional growth in the field of surveying and land • development. • EDUCATION: • Bachelor of Science in Construction Engineering Technology, Business Administration Minor and Licensed Surveyor Intern Candidate; Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana, December 2003, • Certified Federal Land Surveyor program offered by the Department of the Interior, 20-week course, February • 2010 • PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATIONS: • . Professional Land Surveyor(Montana) PLS#16968,October 2007 • Certified Federal Surveyor(US Dept Interior BLM)CfedS#1342,February 2010 • • Professional Land Surveyor(Idaho) PLS# 14391,September 2010 • • Professional Land Surveyor(Wyoming) PLS#14680,September 2014 • PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS: • . Montana Association of Registered Land Surveyors(MARLS), Past President 2013-2014 National Society of Professional Land Surveyors(NSPS), Montana Director 2014-present • • Professional Land Surveyors of Wyoming(PLSW),Special Member PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: • Principal, Morris Land Surveys, P.L.L.C.,Choteau, MT,January 2008-Present • • Organize and develop a surveying firm in Choteau Montana • Perform all tasks necessary to provide clientele with professional deliverables on a wide range of • projects including: • o Perform multiple surveys in support of Engineering services throughout Montana o Perform multiple surveys for various utility companies throughout the State of Montana • o Create Survey Products for a public right-of-way, under the direction of Lewis and Clark County Officials o Oil Field Location Plats and Site Planning • o Bureau of Reclamation Control Survey at an Existing Concrete arch dam o Boundary re-tracement surveys • o Subdivisions and exempt transfer parcels throughout Montana • o Adjustment of common boundary lines o FEMA Flood Zone Surveys(determine Base Flood Elevation, prepare Elevation Certificates, • and prepare Letter of Map Amendments), • o Construction Staking for misc projects, including retaining walls,trails,and roads • Survey Department Manager, Pierson Land Works, Inc.,Jackson,WY, May 2004 -Sep. 2007 • . Provide technical support at a professional level for field crews and office personnel Determine the resources necessary to satisfy project work loads • • Compile estimates and negotiate contracts with clients • • Schedule daily field and office operations • Act as a liaison between other professionals and survey department personnel • • Prepare information for field work and review collected data • • Under the direction of Registered Land Surveyors performed boundary surveys,topographic surveys, construction surveys, etc. • • A-19 • • Water/Wastewater • Transportation • Grant Administration • Development Surveying • Environmental Resources • Planning • Construction Management GreatWe.st engineering iu T. n L �» sq .A y •t , i rti c x`A