Gregory K. Sullivan, P.E.
Principal Water Resources Engineer and Secretary of SWE
B.S., Civil Engineering, Colorado State University, 1985
M.S. Civil Engineering, University of Colorado - Denver, 1990
Mr. Sullivan has more than 25 years experience completing a wide variety of water resources engineering projects. He is a registered Professional Engineer in Colorado, Idaho, and New Mexico. Mr. Sullivan has extensive experience performing historical consumptive use analysis, stream depletions analysis, and reservoir operations studies. In addition, Mr. Sullivan serves as the primary consultant to numerous water providers for water supply planning and development. In that role, he has been responsible for the development of complex surface water operations models that simulates the water demands of the entity and how those demands maybe met by its portfolio of water rights. Mr. Sullivan has served on the Eastern Snake Hydrologic Modeling Committee for development of a regional ground water model of the Eastern Snake River Plain Aquifer since 1996.
Mr. Sullivan has provided expert testimony in the U.S. Supreme Court, Colorado District Court Water Division 1, District Court Douglas County, Snake River Basin Adjudication Court (Idaho), and the Idaho Department of Water Resources administrative hearing process.