Applied Groundwater Science and Engineering Solutions


Sacramento Valley Watersheds: Blog

Published on: May 31, 2019

Regional Collaborative Approaches to Maintaining and Improving Groundwater Quality for Multiple Benefits By Vicki Kretsinger Grabert, President and Senior Principal Hydrologist Luhdorff and Scalmanini, Consulting Engineers, Woodland   Understanding the status of California’s surface water and groundwater availability and sustainability are 

Hiring, Senior Engineer

Published on: March 15, 2019

POSITION SUMMARY: The Senior Engineer position is an excellent opportunity for an experienced professional with a demonstrated record of success to make a difference to a growing mid-sized firm. We are seeking someone with a solid background in water resources engineering, project management, and business development. The successful candidate must 

LSCE Event Sponsor of 2017 Napa County Watershed Symposium

Published on: April 13, 2017

LSCE is excited to be an event sponsor for the second year in a row of the Napa County Watershed Symposium. The symposium is scheduled May 24th, 2017 from 8:00 am – 3:00 pm at Opera House located at 1030 Main Street in Napa, CA. Full symposium details including information on how to register can be found by clicking on the flyer below. 2017 Watershed 

Sustainable Groundwater Management Act Course Offered through UC Davis Extension Program

Published on: March 21, 2017

LSCE’s Will Halligan and Downey Brand’s Meredith Nikkel will be holding a noncredit course through the UC Davis Extension Program for practitioners impacted by California’s landmark Sustainable Groundwater Management Act. The program is designed for practitioners from all perspectives: water districts, cities and counties, state regulatory 

LSCE and Downey Brand to be honored by UC Davis Extension Program

Published on: August 23, 2016

On September 8th, 2016; Joe Scalmanini (posthumously) and Tom Elson of LSCE, along with Downey Brand’s Kevin O’Brien and Meredith Nikkel are being honored by the University for the long-running UC Davis extension class, “Water Law and Hydrology” that is taught every spring.