Mark Wharry PE, LEED AP


Portland, OR

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    Mark Wharry is an associate and senior civil project manager in KPFF’s Portland Civil + Survey office. He leads the water resources engineering group and his strengths lie in hydrology and hydraulic analysis in open channel flow, irrigation pipeline, and surface water projects. He understands the challenges of working with water rights and distribution. His career has focused on irrigation and water resources projects including fish screening and passage projects, pipeline design for irrigation districts, water conservation projects, and design and upgrades for hatchery facilities. Mark served as a past board member of the Oregon Water Resources Council and a chair for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Fish Screening Task Force.

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    BA, Economics, Stanford, Palo Alto, CA
    MS, Civil Engineering, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX

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    Project Experience

    Central Oregon Irrigation District Siphon Power Property Pipeline, Bend, OR

    East Fork Irrigation District, Central Lateral Upgrade Habitat Enhancement, Odell, OR

    East Fork Irrigation District Reservoir Study, OR

    Anderson Cottonwood Irrigation District Fish Trap Design-Build

    Lake Oswego Corporation Penstock Pipeline Supports, Lake Oswego, OR

    Carson Fish Hatchery Adult Handling, Carson, WA

    Quilcene Fish Hatchery Fish Screen Modifications, Quilcene, WA

    Sawtooth National Fish Hatchery Pavement Rehabilitation, Stanley, ID

    Seal Beach National Wildlife Refuge Culvert Replacement, Seal Beach, CA

    Lookingglass National Fish Hatchery, Elgin, OR

    Tenasillahe Island Levee System Rehabilitation, Astoria, OR

    Makah National Fish Hatchery, River Barrier Structure and Passage Improvements, Neah Bay, OR

    Franklin High School Modernization

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    Licensed Professional Civil Engineer: OR, ID, HI, WA

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    Oregon Water Resources Council: Board of Directors 2009, 2005-2007
    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Fish Screening Task Force 2007-2013: Chair

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