Aimee Navickis-Brasch, P.E., Ph.D.c.
Senior Stormwater Engineer
Aimee Navickis-Brasch is a senior stormwater engineer in Spokane, Washington. She has over two decades of experience in water resources with specialized expertise in stormwater management. Her typical day includes design, research, surface water manual development or technical training.
Her most current projects involve developing quality assurance project plan (QAPP) templates for structural, operational and educational stormwater effectiveness studies, and she is also evaluating the treatment performance of a new sand filter media using flow-through-column testing.
Aimee is passionate about all things related to stormwater. In particular, she enjoys working collaboratively with clients to develop innovative yet practical solutions to challenging regulatory requirements.
Aimee has presented at numerous conferences and is the author of several stormwater publications, including Washington State Department of Transportation’s Hydraulics Manual and the Highway Runoff Manual. She graduated from Gonzaga University with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and from Washington State University with a master’s in civil engineering. She is a Ph.D. candidate in civil engineering at the University of Idaho. Aimee is also an adjunct faculty member at Gonzaga University, where she teaches stormwater management and senior design.