July 1, 2019

Yvana Hrovat Joins Geosyntec as Principal Engineer

Yvana Hrovat, P.E. (California) recently joined Geosyntec Consultants as a Principal Engineer. Yvana has over 16 years of experience as a project manager, water resources engineer, environmental scientist and compliance analyst, specializing in sustainable designs. She is based in Geosyntec's Los Angeles' office.

Prior to joining Geosyntec, Yvana served as an Associate Engineer at Wood for over four years specializing in project management, contract negotiation, engineering design, business development, and team leadership.

Yvana has led and managed the Port of Long Beach Storm Water Treatment and Reuse Evaluation Study; the California Department of Transportation Architectural and Engineering Technical and Professional Stormwater Monitoring and BMP Services for Districts 11 and 12; a Confidential Restoration; BMP Design and Permitting Project; and a grant-funded green infrastructure effectiveness study for the City of San Diego.

She also authored "Water Sensitive Urban Design: An Emerging Model for Sustainable Design & Comprehensive Water Cycle Management," Environmental Practice, Volume 11, Issue 03 and "Striking a balance between biodiversity conservation and socioeconomic viability in the design of marine protected areas." In addition, Yvana is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers.

At Geosyntec, Yvana will assist in the management of large-scale, complex projects from environmental compliance and permitting for solar and wind power projects to regional water quality improvement plans.

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Yvana's contact info:
Phone: 1-213-369-232
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Learn more about Yvana: https://www.geosyntec.com/people/yvana-hrovat
Yvana's LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yvana-h-9541285/

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