Michael Scurlock is a senior hydraulic engineer in GEI’s Denver, CO office. He specializes in open-channel hydraulics, sediment transport, channel stabilization, scour dynamics, diversion and infrastructure hydraulic structure design, spillway and complex flow evaluations, hydraulics research, fish passage and exclusion, habitat improvements, and stream restoration. He has 15 years of experience in research, analysis, and applied engineering design of open-channel hydraulics systems and hydraulic diversion structures. His experience includes development and implementation of local- to system-scale, morphologically stable, and long-term sustainable solutions to instream engineering problems.
- PhD. Civil and Environmental Engineering, Colorado State UniversityM.S., Civil and Environmental Engineering, Colorado State UniversityB.S., Environmental Resources Management, Texas State University
Registrations and Licenses
- Licensed Professional Engineer: TX, WY, CO, NM