James G. "Jim" MacBroom

Lecturer in River Processes and Restoration

Curriculum Vitae

JAMES G. MacBROOM, P.E.

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, WATER RESOURCE & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

                                                         MILONE & MacBROOM INC.

 

 


Project Assignment

          Technical Director

 

Years of Experience

        With This Firm:            25

        With Other Firms:        12

 

Education

        B.S., 1973, Civil Engineering (Cum Laude)

        M.S., 1979, Civil Engineering

                University of Connecticut

                Storrs, Connecticut

        Continuing Education

                University of Kentucky,                    Sediment Control

                Pennsylvania State University,        Open Channel Hydraulics

                Texas A&M University,                    2-D Computer Models

                University of Connecticut,                Sediment Transport

 

Registration

        Registered Professional Engineer

                State of Connecticut

                State of New York

                State of Illinois

                State of Massachusetts

                State of Pennsylvania

                State of New Hampshire

 

Professional Affiliations

        Board of Directors, Riverfront Recapture, Inc.

        Member, DEP River Advisory Committee

        American Society of Civil Engineering

        New York Academy of Science

        Soil and Water Conservation Society

        American Water Works Association

        Member, Connecticut Environment 2000 Committee

        Task Force to Study the Impact of Land

                Development on Water Resources

        CTDEP Hydrology Committee

        Association of State Floodplain Managers

        American Rivers, Scientific Advisory Committee

        ASCE River Restoration National Committee

        Association of State Dam Officials

        Heinz Foundation Panel on Dam Removal

Honors and Awards

        1972 ASCE Student Prize

        Chi Epsilon, Civil Engineering Honor Society

        Tau Beta Pi, Engineering Honor Society

        Sigma Xi, Research Society of America

        1998 Governors Environmental Award

        1999 American Fisheries Society Award

        2000 UCONN Alumni Award

        2002 Coastal America, NOAA

        2006 Coastal America, NOAA

 

Computer Models

        HEC-1, HEC-2, HEC-3, HEC-5, HEC-6

        HEC-RAS, River Analysis System

        SAM Sediment Analysis Model

        HY8 Culverts

        WSP-2 Water Profiles

        TR-55, TR-20 Hydrology

        Branch Dynamic Flow Model

        FES-WMS 2D

        TABS – Two-dimensional Flow

        QUAL7B – Water Quality

 

Teaching Experience

Yale University, Graduate Courses (1999 – Present)

Advanced Hydrologic Topics, Applied Hydrology

Environmental Planning, River Processes and

Restoration

University of Connecticut, Undergraduate Course

Soil & Water Engineering

Continuing Education Short Courses

  Yale University Course on River Restoration

  University of Wisconsin Course on Dam Removal

  ASWM Course on Dam Removal & Fish Passage

  University of Wisconsin Course on Naturalistic

    Channel Design