Amy Goodden

Project Engineer

“Integrating human and natural systems has been the focus of my career from the very beginning. Using design and planning to lessen the impact our infrastructure has on our natural resources means that we can have a positive impact stretching out into the future.” – Amy Goodden, PE

Meet Amy, our permitting guru! She is a Project Engineer within our Civil Design discipline, with 16 years of experience specializing in design and modeling of stormwater and wastewater treatment systems. She is adept at breaking down complex regulation and technical issues for client projects. She earned her first Bachelor’s in Environmental Science from the Florida Institute of Technology, and her second from the University of Florida (UF) in Environmental Engineering. She also earned a Master’s in Environmental Engineering from UF.

Cool Projects: The Sweetwater Wetlands, Masters Tract Regional Stormwater Treatment Facility, and Tumblin Creek Regional Stormwater Facility. Other milestone projects include: managing and designing 12 wetland restoration projects for the NRCS’s Wetland Reserve Program, and the San Juan-Chama Drinking Water Treatment Plant–a $160 M surface water treatment plant in Albuquerque, New Mexico, for which I designed the chemical delivery, storage, feed and monitoring systems.

Fun Fact: My personal superpower is reading. I typically read two or three books per week, and I can visualize the story in my head like a movie.

Amy Goodden

Project Engineer

“Integrating human and natural systems has been the focus of my career from the very beginning. Using design and planning to lessen the impact our infrastructure has on our natural resources means that we can have a positive impact stretching out into the future.” – Amy Goodden, PE

Meet Amy, our permitting guru! She is a Project Engineer within our Civil Design discipline, with 16 years of experience specializing in design and modeling of stormwater and wastewater treatment systems. She is adept at breaking down complex regulation and technical issues for client projects. She earned her first Bachelor’s in Environmental Science from the Florida Institute of Technology, and her second from the University of Florida (UF) in Environmental Engineering. She also earned a Master’s in Environmental Engineering from UF.

Cool Projects: The Sweetwater Wetlands, Masters Tract Regional Stormwater Treatment Facility, and Tumblin Creek Regional Stormwater Facility. Other milestone projects include: managing and designing 12 wetland restoration projects for the NRCS’s Wetland Reserve Program, and the San Juan-Chama Drinking Water Treatment Plant–a $160 M surface water treatment plant in Albuquerque, New Mexico, for which I designed the chemical delivery, storage, feed and monitoring systems.

Fun Fact: My personal superpower is reading. I typically read two or three books per week, and I can visualize the story in my head like a movie.