Alex graduated from the Queensland University of Technology in 2023, with a civil and environmental engineering degree focusing on water-related challenges and their societal implications. Alex completed his honours project in collaboration with Alluvium, comparing stream power and shear stress outputs between 1D and 2D models through a case study of Oxley Creek using HEC-RAS. His work emphasizes the importance of understanding natural systems and nature-based solutions.
Since joining Alluvium Alex has specialised in flooding, waterway management and engineering design. He is experienced in GIS, 12d and TUFLOW, and has had the opportunity to work on a wide range of projects including floodplain management, urban stormwater offsets and gully rehabilitation.
Alex’s passion lies in fluvial system geomorphology and nature-based solutions, reflecting his commitment to holistic, ecologically driven engineering.