Denis Ruttenberg, P.E., M.S., B.S., Engineer/Hydrologist
Denis Ruttenberg specializes in water resources engineering and habitat restoration design, primarily within the Bay Area and Central Coast. He is skilled in fluvial geomorphology, channel design, sediment transport analysis, fish passage analysis, and biotechnical design. Mr. Ruttenberg has designed grading plans for small and large projects. He is experienced with applying advanced features of HEC-RAS and HEC-HMS hydraulic models, fish-passage codes, AutoCAD Civil 3D and has planned and performed ground survey and field instrumentation. In addition to technical and engineering expertise, he has led an interagency partnership between the USDA NRCS and the USFWS to perform outreach, design projects, and implement habitat restoration. Within this capacity he has also served on technical advisory committees to evaluate projects for watershed planning. Mr. Ruttenberg incorporates an ecological approach and an interest in natural history to his work. He has earned a Certificate in Natural History from the College of Marin and applied that knowledge to design and implement riparian restorations and tidal marsh restorations throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.

• Registered Civil Engineer (CA, OR)
• M.S Civil Engineering, University of Idaho, Department of Civil Engineering, Center for Ecohydraulic
• B.S. Civil Engineering, University of California Davis 1990