Christopher Rod

Christopher Rod

Project Manager

Contact:
Phone: 520.623.3112 Ext. 305
Email: chris@jefuller.com
JEF Office: Tucson
40 E. Helen St.
Tucson, AZ 85705
Ph: 520.623.3112
Fax: 520.623.3130

Disciplines

Watershed and Geologic Science

Applied Engineering

Planning

Regulatory/Policy

Specialized Services

Bio

During his 18-year career, Chris has worked on projects encompassing all aspects of surface-water drainage design and analysis for both the private and public sectors. When land development was in vogue, Chris successfully completed projects for clients ranging from the individual homeowner wanting to construct a small workshop to; a multi-million dollar land-development company, striving to enhance the urban fabric with a well-conceived Master Planned Community. Having completed over 300 such projects within a variety of jurisdictions, Chris has never been one to shy away from the challenge of working in a new arena. And, because Chris has developed his own residential development project, he has a unique perspective on what it is necessary to go from bare earth to viable development and the hurdles faced by homeowners and developers in doing so. This is not to say that Chris is less familiar with working in the public realm. For his public-sector clients, Chris has prepared Letters of Map Revision, completed Flood Insurance Studies, written technical policies, served as technical reviewer, investigated and mitigated drainage problems, and provided training to public sector employees. Chris understands that there is a real advantage to working in both the public and private arenas; having insight into one, helps to better achieve the goals of the other.

When not working, Chris is an officer for Knights of Columbus Weber Assembly, volunteers at his children’s school, and coaches his daughter’s softball team.

Professional Registrations/Certifications

Professional Engineer, Arizona
Member ACEC
Member ASCE
MSHA Certified

Academic Background

B.S. Civil Engineering University of Arizona

On-going Projects

Guild Canyon Mitigation and Flood Study – Pinal County Flood Control District