B.S. Engineering, Auburn University, 1983
Post-graduate studies, Auburn University, 1984
Mr. Fowler is a registered professional engineer in Georgia, Texas, North Carolina, and Alabama. He has over 32 years of experience in a variety of public and private sector civil engineering projects, particularly in hydrology and hydraulics analysis and design. He has managed roadway, drainage, floodplain, utility, and land development projects. He has served as a County Engineer and Floodplain Administrator. In 2001, he founded a consulting firm that later merged with H & H Resources, Inc. Prior employment experience includes USDA-NRCS; engineering consulting firms in Texas, Georgia, and Alabama; and a 2-yr international assignment in water resource development.
He has provided engineering design and analysis for water resources projects including, bridge hydraulics and scour analysis, municipal and transportation storm sewers, pump stations, detention facilities, pavement drainage, and erosion control. Software experience includes HEC‑1, HEC-HMS, SWFHYD, HEC‑2, HEC‑RAS, HY-8, WSP2, PeakFQ, XP-SWMM.
Mr. Fowler is especially qualified for projects that have National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) implications, having prepared over 90 Conditional Letter of Map Revision (CLOMR) and LOMR applications, No-Rise certifications, and other NFIP- or FEMA-related submittals in Texas, Georgia, and North Carolina. He has assisted with countywide floodplain mapping and floodplain map modernization projects. He has extensive experience in watershed hydrology, floodplain analysis, bridge, floodway, and encroachment modeling, coordination with FEMA, and floodplain/floodway delineation.
Mr. Fowler is a member of the American Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE), Association of State Floodplain Managers (ASFPM), and Georgia Association of Floodplain Management (GAFM). He is an HHR participant in the Southeast Stormwater Association (SESWA).