Adam Ray, PE, CFM, Project Manager
Hydrology & Hydraulics
Adam has 14 years of experience as a hydrology & hydraulics engineer. Throughout his career, Adam has been responsible for handling various H&H studies and designs, including the evaluation, design, and construction of multiple master-planned and site-specific drainage facilities. He is responsible for the work produced by Quiddity’s North Texas Hydrology & Hydraulics team, which includes consulting with internal and external clients, providing professional engineering services, and assisting with bidding processes. During his time at Quiddity, Adam has worked on projects including the City of Corinth’s Lynchburg Creek Master Drainage Plan and Flood Mitigation Assistance Grant, Harvest master-planned community, the Midlothian Development Authority Channel Realignments for Railport, and the City of Houston Beechnut Street Rehabilitation from Kirkwood to Wilcrest.
Urban residential community in Dallas's Trinity Green Neighborhood
Alta Trinity Green
Alta Trinity Green is a 5-story, 324-unit multi-family development situated ...
creating hydrologic and hydraulic models for the community of Robson Ranch
Robson Ranch is a luxury retirement community in the Dallas/...