Jamie Eichenberger, P.E.
Utility Planning Project Manager
With a career working in Denver on water, wastewater and water reuse projects, Jamie has worn multiple hats as a design engineer, planner, and project and client manager. Since joining HDR in 2016, he now primarily focuses on planning and utility management consulting.
Jamie grew up in Valdez, Alaska, a town whose existence revolves around water. Oil and fishing industries are major employers in Valdez, and after the 1989 oil spill, a strong environmental presence, balanced with industrial priorities, emerged and grew. Seeing how these entities worked together to create a sustainable community, Jamie was inspired to become an environmental engineer. Today, he is passionate about helping clients to evolve their wastewater treatment into resource recovery.
Jamie has been extensively involved with the Water Environment Federation and his home member association, the Rocky Mountain Water Environment Association, throughout his career. He has served as the Government Affairs Committee chair and past president for RMWEA.
At the national WEF level, he has served as a delegate at large, speaker of the House of Delegates, and treasurer on the board of trustees. In addition, he is an active member of WEF’s Government Affairs Committee and previously served as chair of the Public Communication and Outreach Committee’s Work for Water subcommittee.