The Flatwater Group, Inc. is pleased to announce that Justin Cermak, P.E. has recently received his Nebraska Professional Engineering license.
As a water resources engineer, Justin has extensive experience in hydraulic and hydrologic modeling, and in lake, wetland and stream rehabilitation design. He also facilitates FEMA Letters of Map Change, Nebraska DNR Impound Permit and Dam Safety, and Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan compliance at the federal, state and private client levels. Justin is also very well versed in the use of AutoCAD design software and topographic survey data collection with state-of-the-art GPS technology. Justin frequently participates in all phases of a project’s progression; data collection and analysis, design and drawing development, specification and bid document development and construction oversight.
Originally from Bellevue, Nebraska, Justin received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Biological Systems Engineering from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Justin has worked at The Flatwater Group since 2005.
In January 2011, a group of avid fishermen gathered for a cup of coffee at the Blue Moon Coffee Company in Lincoln, NE. Fishing stories and memories of the joy of fishing led to the idea that Bowling Lake in West Lincoln would be a great place to develop a special needs accessible fishing pier. Fishing knows no age boundaries and this project would provide safety as well as allow the maximum opportunity to catch fish.
For more information about the Bowling Lake Rehabilitation Project as completed by TFG, please see the following link:
The purpose of the Symposium was to showcase the Greater Platte River Basins-related physical and social sciences research and innovative programming by faculty, students, and other researchers. The Greater Plains Basins includes the Platte, Niobrara and Republican River Basins.
Justin Cermak and Gordon Coke participated as presenters at the Symposium. Mr. Cermak participated in the poster session and Mr. Coke spoke during the concurrent lecture portion.
The link below provides an abstract and poster presented during the Symposium by TFG personnel.
Justin Cermak and Gordon Coke participated in the 2010 broodstock collection process for pallid sturgeon recovery efforts with NGPC personnel. Please see the FlatNote PDF link for an NGPC writeup of the 2010 efforts.