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Sacramento (C St), California

Welcome to Sacramento

We build better communities through our passion for water.

From the planning, design, and construction of community water treatment plants to watershed-scale efforts to restore the heath of endangered Chinook salmon, we bring a multi-disciplinary team of professionals to address the complex and controversial challenges facing water management in California and the nation.

Our Sacramento office, first established in 1987 as part of James M. Montgomery Engineers, has grown to become a flagship for integrated water resources planning, engineering design, and construction for local, state, and federal agencies. Our deep bench of resources includes engineers, planners, scientists, public outreach professionals, and analytical specialists.

Located in the historic American Can Company complex in East Sacramento, we’re tied to the community in which we live and serve. Our staff engages in a range of activities to improve our health (May is Bike Month, California International Marathon), support those in need in our community (Sacramento Food Bank, Donut Dash Niner), and enhance the environment (Creek Week, American River Parkway Foundation). Through engagement with the communities in which we live and work, we can best design with community in mind.

Meet Our Team

Eric Clyde, Principal

The future of the world depends on water resources, and I have been blessed to work in water resources engineering for over 40 years.

Paul Marshall, Senior Principal

You have to listen well, learn fast, and draw on your experience. That’s the most effective way of translating technical aspects to the public.

Craig Moyle, Principal, Public Affairs Specialist

Stakeholders don’t want to be educated on why a project is important. Successful project communication respects and informs stakeholder understanding.
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Janet Atkinson, Vice President, Chief Civil Conveyance Engineer, Water

In California, transporting water to cities and farms is an economic imperative. By advancing fish screen design, I help keep water moving.
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John Tehaney, Chief Structural Engineer

It’s incredibly rewarding to guide projects from an initial design concept to post-construction use.
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  • Eric Clyde


  • Paul Marshall

    Senior Principal

  • Craig Moyle

    Principal, Public Affairs Specialist

  • Janet Atkinson

    Vice President, Chief Civil Conveyance Engineer, Water

  • John Tehaney

    Chief Structural Engineer

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