December 5, 2019

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Joe Goldstein to Serve on Levees Committee of the U.S. Society on Dams

Joe Goldstein, P.E. (California) was recently selected to serve on the Levees Committee of the U.S. Society on Dams (USSD).

Joe is a Professional Engineer based in California with more than 10 years of experience focused on dam and levee safety, working to ensure these important water infrastructure projects deliver the maximum benefits to the nation while reducing risk to people, property, and the environment. His other experience includes, project management, risk analysis, risk communication, hydraulics, hydrology, and water resources engineering.

Joe will also leverage his past experience from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in support of the Levees Committee.

USSD is a world class organization of engineering professionals who are dedicated to advancing the environmentally sustainable science of planning, design, construction, operation, and maintenance of dams, levees, and associated civil engineering projects. USSD member engineers lead the nation, and work with partner organizations worldwide, to resolve the world's most critical resource problem: access to clean water. USSD engineers lead in the production of clean, renewable hydroelectric power, dam, and levee systems for flood protection, projects providing recreational opportunities through dam reservoirs and water projects enabling water-borne transportation. USSD brings together professionals who share expertise in the technical, economic, financial, environmental, and social aspects of dam and levee projects. The findings of these efforts are published in USSD white papers and conference proceedings, as USSD is the premier source for technical information about dams and levee systems to help educate the general public, the media, government, and policy-makers and others in the engineering practice

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