Amanda McInnis, P.E.
Manager, Wastewater Principal Program Delivery
Amanda McInnis is a wastewater principal program delivery manager, responsible for the day-to-day technical delivery on strategic projects and support of strategic business initiatives.
She is passionate about providing a long-lasting foundation for our wastewater program, while developing client relationships to support growth in our wastewater business.
She is proud of her involvement in leading and winning strategic wastewater pursuits, as well as her involvement in the Montana League of Cities as a technical resource for all things water related. Her water, wastewater and stormwater planning, design and construction experience includes projects ranging from aerated lagoons for small communities to multimillion-dollar secondary treatment facilities for large communities.
She holds a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and a master's degree in civil engineering from the University of Washington.