Emily McBryan has worked in the environmental engineering consulting business since 1999. She has had the opportunity to work on multi-disciplinary projects throughout her career. Emily’s specific project experience is diverse and includes project management, feasibility studies, design of stormwater treatment areas, hydrologic/hydraulic modeling, utility master plan development, asset management, watershed assessments, stormwater system evaluations, and permitting.

Emily is passionate about the South Florida environment, and is thankful for the various projects she has worked on throughout her career in support of Everglades restoration. Thinking back on why she became an engineer, “to help create balance between society and the environment”, she is proud to have worked with clients and agencies that have allowed her to gain experience in so many different aspects of environmental engineering.

Emily enjoys volunteering in her community, traveling, and is always thinking about the next delicious meal.

Emily is a graduate of the University of Florida’s Environmental Engineering program. She is a member of the American Water Resources Association – Florida section, and is a fellow of the Florida Natural Resources Leadership Institute.

“Live in the sunshine. Swim in the sea. Drink the wild air.”

– Ralph Waldo Emerson

“Florida’s landscape is deep to love. It does not easily give itself.”

– Lola Haskins

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