Brad Wingfield, P.E. - Principal, Senior Engineer

Brad Wingfield, P.E. - Principal, Senior Engineer

Education

B.S. Civil Engineering, University of Arkansas

Registrations

P.E. Arkansas

P.E. Louisiana

P.E. Missouri

P.E. New Mexico

P.E. Oklahoma

P.E. Texas

ADEQ Class III Wastewater Operator

Experience

13 years of engineering experience, specializing in water resources and wastewater management

  • Prepares designs and specifications for water and wastewater plants, water distribution and storage tanks, radial collector wells, hydraulic modeling, wastewater collection systems, pump stations, and site development projects.
  • Designed and provided construction management for a 0.15 MGD activated sludge wastewater treatment plant including; headworks, aeration basin, clarifier, RAS/WAS, chlorine disinfection, flow monitoring and plant hydraulics for the City of Perryville. The project was funded by a grant from the Economic Development Administration.
  • Designed a wastewater pretreatment facility for the removal of emulsified oil including; equalization, coagulation tank, MicroDAF, post-DAF polishing and flow monitoring for an Arkansas Industry.
  • Designed and provided construction management for numerous domestic wastewater treatment facilities utilizing Orenco Advantex Treatment Systems in Arkansas and surrounding states for public and private clients.
  • Designed and provided construction management for a waterplant, which included a new well, hydropneumatic tank, onsite chlorine generation and disinfection, hydraulics and connection to the existing water system.
  • Renovated 31 campsites including all utilities, roads, ADA access, and campsites at Bull Shoals White River State Park.
  • Performed hydraulic calculations utilizing HEC-RAS for a bridge crossing of a FEMA regulated stream and obtained a Conditional Letter of Map Revision (CLOMR) for the crossing.
  • Performed a study of the impervious area of the City of Hot Springs utilizing GIS software. The study won an Engineering Excellence award in 2014 from the ACEC.
  • Performed design and construction management for the historic Wallace Bridge Renovation in Perry County.
  • Performs hydrologic and hydraulic studies for FEMA special flood hazard area permitting, embankment and spillway design, and streambank erosion and restoration analysis.
  • Designed and oversaw construction on a channelization and bridge project.  Design included modeling channelization and bridge layout to prevent a rise in the 100-year flood elevation.
  • Performed flood study on the White River below Bull Shoals dam and received a certificate of no-rise for the project.
  • Performed study of process water from a rice production facility cooker line.  Study included analysis of water, treatment options and sludge handling analysis.  A mobile centrifuge pilot was brought onsite as part of the study.