Parametrix Hires Director of Salmon Recovery, Steve Seville, PE
Seattle, WA – Steve Seville, PE has joined Parametrix as Director of Salmon Recovery. He will be based out of the firm’s Seattle office, leading the firm’s salmon recovery and fish passage efforts.
Seville has 25 years of experience as a civil engineer, specializing in the development and implementation of habitat restoration programs, projects, and mitigation designs. He has led programs that targeted fish passage and enhancement of environments to connect historic floodplains throughout the Western United States.
He comes to Parametrix from David Evans and Associates where he served as Vice President. His project experience includes serving as Stream Design Program Lead for the Washington State Department of Transportation’s Olympic Region Fish Barrier Removals. He has also worked with local governments and fish enhancement groups to design and construct stream habitat enhancement projects.
At Parametrix, Seville will lead the firm’s team of salmon recovery and fish passage professionals, working for clients such as the Washington State Department of Transportation, King County, and salmon recovery groups in the Puget Sound and Columbia River Basin.
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