Kevin Roukey

KEVIN ROUKEY ~ :  Senior Environmental Manager/Senior Regulatory Specialist/Project Manager.  I am currently employed as a Senior Regulatory Specialist for Three Parameters Plus, Inc. (3PPI), a natural resources consulting firmKevinbased out of Anchorage, Alaska.  They currently have several “home offices” in the Lower 48 of which, I am one in Reno, Nevada.  Prior to coming to work for 3PPI, I served as Senior Regulatory Specialist in RBF Consulting’s Reno, Nevada Office.  I recently retired as the US Army Corps of Engineer’s Chief, responsible for the Reno Nevada Regulatory Field Office.  I have more than three decades of experience and knowledge of the USACE Regulatory Program guideline, regulations, policies and related laws to execute the Regulatory Program within the State of Nevada, including the Lake Tahoe Basin, central and northern California, and Utah.  I effectively and efficiently administered and monitored the processing of all permit applications or inquiries for permit actions by balancing the input of project data and processing.  I has overseen and assisted in the processing and preparation of USACE permit applications, compliance and enforcement cases (including the most complex and controversial) as well as assisting in the preparation of National Environmental Preservation Act (NEPA) related documents to include:  Environmental Assessments, 404 (b)(1) Alternatives Analysis, Biological Assessments, EIR/EIS’s and other environmental documents for activities in jurisdictional waters of the United States within the regulatory authorities of Section 404 of the Clean Water Act and Sections, 9, 10, 11, 13 and 14 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899.  During my career with the Corps of Engineers, I also served as a Project Manager for both the Civil Works Branch of Program and Project Management Division, working on Flood Control Projects and the EPA Grants Branch of the Construction-Operations Division, working on various Waste Water Treatment Facilities throughout Nevada.  I also served as a Civil Engineering Technician in the Contract Administration Branch for Military Projects

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