Kelly Archer is an Design Engineer. Her projects experience includes hydraulic and hydrologic analysis, stormwater management, water and wastewater treatment design and permitting, and low-impact development design. She has many tools in her toolbox, including AutoCAD Civil3D, WaterCAD, ArcGIS, GRASS GIS, HEC-RAS, and other helpful pieces of software. She has worked in academic, public and private sectors as an environmental engineer. These include her roles supporting research Lawrence Berkeley National Lab and regulatory oversight at the San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board.
Outside of formal engineering roles, she has spent her working hours at various places such as the UC Berkeley Law School, Solano Land Trust, farms in the Bay Area, KALX radio station, and at UC Berkeley’s Student Organic Garden. She has publications on the subjects of California groundwater law as well as efforts to end student hunger and homelessness at UC Berkeley.
Kelly holds a B.S. in Environmental Engineering Science from UC Berkeley.
- UCSC Moore Creek Drainage Improvements | Santa Cruz, CA
- Pie Ranch | Pescadero, CA
- Ord Military Community Stormwater Project | Monterey, CA