Technical Consultant, Civil Engineering & Hydraulics
Federico Maisch, PE, earned an M.S. in Hydraulic Engineering from the University of Iowa – Iowa Institute of Hydraulic Research in 1974 and has 44 years of experience in the field of water and wastewater engineering. His project experience encompasses US and International large, multi-disciplined projects requiring the coordination of multiple specialists and sub-consultants. Representative experience includes water and wastewater master planning, water and wastewater treatment design, wet weather flow conveyance and treatment, water distribution and sanitary collection system evaluation and analyses, combined sewer overflow projects and stormwater and flood control projects.
Based on his specialty in hydraulics engineering, Maisch provides consulting services including hydrology, open channel flow, closed conduit hydraulics and hydraulic transients. Maisch led a team of professionals in authoring Chapter 22 – Water & Wastewater Treatment Plant Hydraulics of the “Hydraulic Design Handbook”. He has coauthored multiple papers published by the Water Environment Federation (WEF), the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), the American Public Works Association (APWA) and international conferences in Europe, Canada and Latin America.
During his career, Maisch contributed to multiple planning and design projects for the City of Richmond, VA including the Wastewater Treatment Plant, the Collection System, the Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Program and Flood Control.
In May of 2016, Mr. Maisch retired from Greeley and Hansen after 41 years where he last served as Executive Vice President for Eastern Operations. He continues his engineering practice by providing technical assistance to Greeley and Hansen on international projects.