Jenny is an environmental engineer with a strong interest in urban water, waterway management and liveability. Since joining Alluvium in 2015, Jenny has worked on a variety of water quality, urban water, water sensitive urban design (WSUD), and water policy projects. These have included hydrologic and hydraulic modelling, spatial analysis, and numerous designs for constructed waterways and stormwater treatment assets from concept through to detailed design.
A significant large-scale project that Jenny was heavily involved in was the Upper Stony Creek Transformation Detailed Design, a project in which a variety of stakeholders came together to fund the naturalisation of a section of the Upper Stony Creek. The detail design was an iterative process involving treatment modelling, flood modelling, and earthworks modelling.
Jenny has additionally been involved in numerous surface water management strategies, concept and functional designs for wetlands, swales and bioretention systems, and habitat enhancement projects. The habitat creation projects have included drought refuge design for Dwarf Galaxias, and the waterway crossing guidelines for the Growling Grass Frog. Jenny has developed skills in MUSIC, AutoCAD, 12d earthworks modelling, GIS, RORB and HEC-RAS.