Dylan Armstrong has earned his Wyoming professional engineer license and has received a promotion within Ayres’ Western Division. Armstrong, whose new title is hydraulic engineer, joined Ayres in 2017, bringing specializations in stream rehabilitation and river mechanics.
Armstrong has worked on a diverse range of projects, including the planning, analysis, design, and construction administration phases of water resource and civil engineering projects. Armstrong’s duties include 1-dimensional and 2-dimensional hydraulic modeling and analysis, bridge scour analysis, habitat analysis, stream rehabilitation and river corridor grading, scour countermeasure analysis and design, data management, technical report writing, permitting applications, and field investigations.
“As Ayres ramps up the depth and breadth of its hydraulic engineering services, Dylan represents a bright star who brings fresh insights to an already respected source of expertise,” says Rex Bell, vice president. “Ayres keeps finding creative river engineering solutions, and Dylan is part of the next generation providing practical innovations.”
Armstrong – based in our Fort Collins, Colorado, office – earned his Wyoming professional engineer licensure in January. He holds a master’s degree in civil engineering and a bachelor’s degree in environmental engineering, both from Colorado State University.