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Aaron Zambo - Civil Engineer


Aaron A. Zambo, PE, MBA, LEED AP

10 10th Street

St. Augustine, FL 32080 (808) 631-1543

[email protected]



Civil Engineer experienced in civil construction planning, construction management, reservoir construction, landfill design, constructed wetlands, water and sewer utility design, geotechnical and hydrological analysis, design and CQA, watershed management, site development, civil/environmental permitting, and site remediation.


An articulate and motivated individual possessing strong problem solving, interpersonal and communication skills. Adapts positively to change by seeking new ways to accomplish objectives. Works successfully with individuals at all levels within an organization, and delivers innovative focused solutions.





Parsons Brinkerhoff, Inc. Miami, FL

Supervisory Construction Engineer

South Florida Water Management District requested that I be hired by the consultant to salvage a

~$150MM construction job. Duties include project and construction management; staff management; management and oversight of all contractors; review of all plans and submittals; budget management. Three simultaneous/supplementary individual projects under management went from over budget and 1 year behind schedule to under budget and on time completions.


C-44 STA Project – $120MM construction cost; Completion date of 2017 (on budget, on time) C-44 System Discharge Project – $20MM construction cost; Completion date 2016

p<>{color:#000;}. Reservoir Soil Remediation Project – $10MM construction cost; Completion date 2015




Resource Savers, Inc. / Hawaii Utility Locators, Inc. St. Augustine, FL / Lihue, HI Managing Partner

Projects include include hydrogeological/seepage analysis, drainage analysis, SWPPP’s, environmental permitting and investigations, septic design and inspection, sonic leak detection, ground penetrating radar, and general staff, budget, and project management.



County of Kauai, Lihue, HI

Civil Engineer V-VI

Duties included staff, project, construction, and consultant management. Management duties include project prioritization, budget analysis, and Board presentations. Project duties included environmental investigations, permitting, land acquisition, hydrological and geotechnical analysis, GIS/SCADA integration, consultant/contractor management, high service pump sizing and oversight, and contract administration. Projects range from pipeline, storage tank, and well pump installation/replacements to determining creative solutions to bring several 100 year old water- producing tunnels back into service.



St. Johns County St. Augustine, FL

Civil Engineer III-IV/Project Manager

Duties included project and staff management on 15 individual ongoing projects with budgets totaling over $30MM per year – responsible for coordinating with contractors, consultants, agencies and municipalities, engineers and inspectors to facilitate projects. Other duties included geotechnical and hydrological analysis, environmental permitting, wellhead protection plans, ARRA and SRF grant administration, system modeling (Infowater), GIS/SCADA integration, land acquisition, consultant/contractor management, design and construction of gravity sewer, water and sewer force mains, and booster stations, capacity analysis reporting, consumptive use permitting, high service pump sizing and oversight, and contract administration.


City of St. Augustine Beach (COSAB) Water Main and Sewer Project. The County Utility Department, in collaboration with the COSAB, developed a plan to utilize State grants and low interest loans to finance the installation of centralized water and gravity sewer systems within the COSAB. Upon completion, approximately 890 homes were able to connect to the County Utility system. The project was awarded American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) stimulus funds in May 2009. The total project cost approximately $15 million with 65% of its cost to be forgiven via ARRA grants.


p<>{color:#000;}. Provided Project Management

p<>{color:#000;}. Managed and oversaw County/consultant engineers and inspectors

p<>{color:#000;}. Provided Grant Administration and coordination with FDEP SRF program

p)<>{color:#000;}. Oversaw planning, preparation, and quality assurance of permit applications for submittal to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, FDOT, SJRWMD, US EPA, and the US Army Corps of Engineers

p<>{color:#000;}. Managed consultants and oversaw design and specifications package

p)))<>{color:#000;}. Provided presentations to Board of County Commissioners and COSAB Board on a regular basis to provide project status update

p<>{color:#000;}. Construction Management



HDR Engineering, Inc. West Palm Beach, FL

Civil Engineer/Project Manager

Projects include civil engineering design and inspection, geotechnical and hydrological analysis and oversight, environmental permitting, construction management of several reservoirs and STA’s, contract administration, land acquisition, and client/contractor mediation.


C-44 Reservoir/Stormwater Treatment Area (STA) Project. The C-44 Reservoir and Stormwater Treatment Area (STA) Project supports the goals and objectives of the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP). This ambitious plan calls for the implementation of more than sixty projects over a period of thirty years and will cost an estimated 10.9 billion dollars. The overarching goal of the plan is to restore, protect, and preserve the water resources in a sixteen county area of central and southern Florida, including the Everglades. The goal will be achieved primarily by capturing excess surface water runoff that currently flows to the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico and re-directing it to a series of impoundments for storage and treatment. As charged by the Water Resources Development Act of 2000 (WRDA 2000), the Indian River Lagoon – South (IRL-S) Project Implementation Report (PIR) identified general and specific goals for the C-44 Project. The overall goal of the Project is to “capture local runoff from the C-44 Basin, treat some or all of it via sedimentation and natural transformation of nutrients, and return it to C-44 when there is a need. The components are designed for flood flow attenuation to the estuary; water quality benefits resulting from reduced loading of nutrients, pesticides, and other pollutants contained in runoff presently discharged to the estuary; and water supply benefits”.






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Aaron Zambo - Civil Engineer

Aaron Zambo is Civil Engineer experienced in civil construction planning, construction management, reservoir construction, landfill design, constructed wetlands, water and sewer utility design,geotechnical and hydrological analysis, design and CQA,watershed management,site development, civil/environmental permitting, and site remediation.

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Aaron Zambo - Civil Engineer Aaron Zambo - Civil Engineer