Samuel Prentice is a licensed civil engineer working as part of a collaborative team specializing in ecological and environmental consulting. The team works together with several clients to provide data collection, analysis, report, and design services. His responsibilities include data collection, hydraulic modeling, sediment transport analysis, design, and construction oversight for stream restoration and fluvial geomorphology projects. He is also an active designing team member for wetland and other ecological restoration projects. Mr. Prentice completed all four levels of Dr. Dave Rosgen’s Natural Channel Design courses, which are a national standard for quantifying and designing stream restoration and floodplain connectivity projects. He has also completed culvert sizing projects for aquatic organism passage using the U.S. Forest Service’s Stream Simulation design criteria.
- B.A., Physics, Albion CollegeB.S., Biosystems of Engineering, Michigan State University
Registrations and Licenses
- Licensed Professional Engineer: MI
Training and Certifications
- NAUI Certified Open Water DiverHAZWOPER Trained