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Senior Stream Restoration Engineer
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Edmonton, Alberta,T5K 2L6
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Water Resource Engineer
Biographies - 4th International Conference on Natural Channel Systems
T1B - Dave Bidelspach
Mr. Bidelspach is Stantec's senior stream restoration engineer. He holds 2 Masters Degrees from Penn State and has been active in stream restoration for more than 10 years. During that time he worked with the North Carolina State University Stream Restoration Program and Dave Rosgen. He has been with Stantec for five years but remains active in teaching stream restoration techniques. Mr. Bidelspach has been responsible for a number of advancements in the field of stream restoration, including 3D designs and the use of GPS-guided construction equipment.
CWRA 2014 Canada Water Resources Congress
David Bidelspach, Stantec Consulting Ltd.
3-D Optimization, Innovation and Efficiencies Related to Stream Restoration Mr. Bidelspach is an engineer working that has been working for Stantec since early 2006, where he has specializes in fluvial geomorphology and river restoration. David is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University and has worked for North Carolina State University. David currently lives in Livermore Colorado at 6888' ( NAD 83).
Dave Bidelspach, of Stantec, and Brian Rosgen, of Wildlife Hydrology, take bedload samples from the Bridge Street Bridge Monday.
» David A. Bidelspach
David A. Bidelspach, P.E. Stream Restoration Specialist Stantec Consulting Services, Inc. Dave Bidelspach is an environmental engineer with 10 years of experience designing and constructing river restoration projects. He has been recognized for the development of a 3D design process that allows the rapid evaluation of numerous iterations to optimize the designs for river restoration, and has piloted the use of Survey Grade GPS equipment to lower the costs associated with pre- and post-construction surveys. Mr. Bidelspach has worked hand-in-hand with contractors to couple his 3D designs with GPS-enabled construction equipment to speed the construction process and insure the right outcome, and has been responsible for the development and application of several new in-stream structures which have proven to be robust yet easy to construct. As one of the few stream restoration designers who has actually operated equipment and constructed restoration projects, Mr. Bidelspach is known for producing accurate estimates and designs that are both constructible and have long-term stability and effectiveness. For the Housatonic River Project, Mr. Bidelspach has conducted the detailed study of river bank stability and erodability from the Confluence to Woods Pond Dam. He is reviewing and evaluating proposed remedial options with regard to restoration and geomorphic stability issues.
Mitigation Banking, Conservation Banking: National Mitigation & Ecosystem Banking Conference
David Allen Bidelspach, Design Engineer, Stantec, Livermore, Colo.