- PE in Utah
- BS, Civil Engineering - Brigham Young University
Well into his 20’s, Cameron couldn’t decide if he would pursue fine arts or civil engineering. After considering which would likely open more doors, Cameron scrapped much of his previous college coursework and began the civil engineering program at BYU and graduated in 2006. Cameron’s focus in water resources compliments several prior years of construction experience to help him be a thoughtful utility and land developer consultant. Cameron also naturally delved into hydrology and water quality studies due to his amateur meteorology interests and ability to understand the various factors affecting rainfall, runoff, and water quality. Altogether, Cameron’s engineering consulting spans over ten years to which he adds 10 years of hands-on construction experience. Cameron’s professional obligation and mode of operation is to provide complete and sustainable design or guidance while elevating the profession beyond satisfying permit requirements. His project portfolio includes all phases of design from proforma research to construction drawings, and ranges from master plan modeling to design of potable water transmission pipelines and site-specific hydrology and grading. Much of Cameron’s experience is related to the design of large warehouses throughout Southern California for clients like ProLogis and CBRE, and the significant offsite improvements required for such sites, such as flood mitigation, street build-outs and utility upgrades.
When work is done, Cameron can be found in the mountains! Downhill skiing, hiking/snowshoeing, mountain biking and fishing are just some of the activities he enjoys with his family. This makes Heber City an ideal location for raising three daughters and making the most of every day with his wife, Melissa.