W. Scott Ogden
Senior Engineer / Project Manager
Phone: 480.752.2124 Ext. 217
JEF Office: Tempe
8400 S Kyrene Rd., Suite 201
Tempe, AZ 85284
Toll Free: 1.877.752.2124
W. Scott Ogden is a Project Manager / Senior Engineer at JE Fuller/ Hydrology & Geomorphology, Inc. Scott has over 25-years of experience in water resource engineering with expertise in the areas of hydrology and hydraulic modeling and analysis, drainage planning, flood control facilities design, sedimentation engineering, and hazard mitigation planning. He has served in both the private and public sectors and has held key roles in several major drainage design projects, floodplain delineation studies, and area drainage master plans throughout Arizona and Nevada. Scott has also conducted hazard mitigation planning for every county in the State of Arizona. Scott has a Bachelors of Science Degree in Agricultural Engineering from Colorado State University, is professionally registered as a civil engineer in the State of Arizona, and is a Certified Floodplain Manager. Scott is actively involved in several professional organizations including ASCE, AFMA, AACE.
In his non-working time, Scott enjoys spending time with his family, serving at his church, and enjoying outdoor activities such as fishing, hunting, camping and hiking.
Professional Engineer (Civil), Arizona
Certified Floodplain Manager
B.S in Agricultural Engineering, Colorado State University
“It was a pleasure to watch Scott Ogden from JE Fuller present the information and answer questions. They have done an exemplary job of the study and deserve our thanks. The public left with a much better understanding of the problem areas, project magnitude and the extraordinary size of the 1999 storm.”
Yavapai County Flood Control District
“I just wanted to say thank you! All of the mitigation plans from Arizona are so well done and such a pleasure to read. In fact, it seems like everything JE Fuller does is really wonderful – I was just looking at the Mohave County Flood Control District Watershed Strategic Planning Studies and they’re fantastic.”
FEMA Region IX Mitigation Division