Dwyer Joins HDR as Senior Groundwater Engineer
James Dwyer, P.E., has joined HDR’s water resources team as a senior groundwater engineer. In his new position, Dwyer will assist clients with developing sustainable groundwater supplies and increasing the reliability of drought-prone supplies using aquifer storage and recovery.
Based in Austin, Texas, Dwyer draws on more than 30 years of industry experience delivering groundwater projects, from analysis, design and permitting through construction and rehabilitation. He has experience with aquifer storage and recovery as well as identifying and developing brackish water supplies.
Prior to joining HDR, Dwyer worked for CH2M, serving as project manager for several production well fields in Texas and Oklahoma and was senior engineer for the San Antonio Water System 60 million gallons per day ASR project.
Dwyer holds a bachelor of science degree and a master of engineering degree, both from Texas A&M University. He is an active member of the American Water Works Association, Texas Water Conservation Association, and both the National Ground Water Association and Texas chapter.
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