Matt Ursetta, PE
Matt’s experience lies in civil engineering, including roadway design, utility design, water resources, park development and design, and land development services. He has managed and designed hundreds of large, medium, and small drainage and flood control improvements throughout the state of Colorado. He also specializes in managing drainage and flood control projects that include open channels, major storm sewer outfalls, regional detention ponds, water quality ponds, dams, hydraulics structures, and transportation/roadway systems.
Craig Jacobson, PE, CFM
Craig is an expert in water resource engineering with an emphasis in floodplain management and hydrologic & hydraulic analyses. He has managed and designed a large array of stormwater improvements throughout the state of Colorado and his project experience includes steady state and 2D hydraulic modeling, master planning, stormwater improvement and channel designs, and construction management. Craig has completed or managed the hydraulic analysis of hundreds of miles of floodplains for creeks and rivers along Colorado’s Front Range and Western Slope.
Troy Carmann, PE, CFM
Troy specializes in stormwater projects along the Front Range of his home state of Colorado. His design work includes stream and flood control projects across numerous tributaries in the South Platte River Basin. Project designs have required coordination with the Army Corps of Engineers, Environmental Consultants, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, EPA, CDPHE, and local municipal entities. Additionally, he directs ICON’s GIS department and has been responsible for the production of countywide DFIRMs for FEMA Map Modernization projects in Colorado, South Dakota and Wyoming.
Aaron Bousselot, PE, CFM
Aaron has experience with civil design and project management for a wide range of stream, stormwater, parks and trails projects. He has led multi-disciplinary teams and completed a variety of successful designs including urban channel rehabilitation and natural stream systems, storm sewer systems, complex culverts, water quality and detention ponds, neighborhood and regional trails, and open space and community park improvements. Aaron’s responsibilities include developing project scopes and schedules, budget tracking, design support, construction management services, facilitating meetings and overall coordination with the project team and stakeholders.