Troy Hunt is a Senior Principal Engineer based in Nevada with more than 30 years of experience focused on the successful delivery of public infrastructure through innovative methods.
Troy is a nationally recognized Public Private Partnership (P3) development expert focused primarily on stormwater programs for municipal clients. He was a primary developer and implementor of the first three Community Based Public Private Partnerships (CBP3) in the United States—the Clean Water Partnership in Prince George’s County, Maryland, the Stormwater Authority of the City of Chester, Pennsylvania and the Fresh Coast Protection Partnership in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This work augments Troy’s previous large program experience managing the lead engineering joint venture for the Southern Nevada Water Authority’s $1.2B water supply program.
For the development and management of engineering and construction programs, Troy provides an innovative and entrepreneurial perspective. Clients benefit from his ability to develop and implement holistic solutions to large-scale infrastructure problems using alternative delivery, performance-based, and public and privately financed models. He incorporates triple-bottom-line, ESG and community-based philosophies for solutions that provide multiple benefits.
Troy uses the business acumen developed through many years in various local and regional operational manager roles to construct frameworks for the successful operations of infrastructure programs and portfolios of programs. Many of these frameworks are based on the achievement of key performance indicators (KPIs) and meeting specific environmental, technical, and social outcomes. He has led and managed multi-discipline teams focused on the delivery of large-scale water supply and wastewater infrastructure, as well as regional business units with more than 400 staff. Troy is a skilled facilitator and consensus builder who approaches challenges from a practical and positive perspective.
Career Summary of Troy Hunt, P.E.
- Specialties: Large Program Development and Delivery; Strategic and Tactical Planning; Water Supply; Watershed and Stormwater Management; Hydraulics
- Practice Areas: Water and Natural Resources, Civil Infrastructure
- Disciplines: Civil Engineering, Hydrology
- Education: B.S., Civil Engineering, University of Utah, 1991
- Registration: Nevada Professional Engineer, 12179; Utah Professional Engineer, 179997-2202; Colorado Professional Engineer, 48604