Concrete Dams Design and Analysis: Instructor

Guy S. Lund, P.E.      
Chief Civil/Structural Engineer
Gannett Fleming, Inc. 

Mr. Lund has 40 years of experience in dam safety and design, including hydraulic and structural design of spillways, outlet works, and appurtenant structures, comprehensive structural analyses of concrete dams (static and dynamic analyses utilizing both linear and non-linear methodologies), field investigations, and construction. Mr. Lund began his career with the Bureau of Reclamation in the concrete dams, spillways, and outlet works section where he worked as a design engineer on numerous spillways, water conveyance systems, and outlet works. For the past 30 years, Mr. Lund has gained experience in the design, analysis, and evaluation of all types of mass concrete dams. He has focused on understanding and evaluation of structural concrete dams, using both linear and non-linear finite element methods of analysis. Mr. Lund’s experience includes inspection, analysis, design, and Board of Consultant review for several concrete dams under the FERC. His experience includes preparing 5-year Consultant Safety Inspection Reports (CSIRs), developing PFMs, PFMA Reports, Supporting Technical Information Documents (STIDs), and Dam Safety Surveillance and Monitoring Programs (DSSMPs). Mr. Lund was chairman of the Concrete Dam Committee under the U.S. Society of Dams (USSD) from 2011 to 2014. Recently, Mr. Lund has participated in Qualitative Risk Assessments at Rhinedollar Dam (FERC Risk Informed Decision Making (RIDM), CA), Pyramid Cedar Springs, Devil Canyon, and Quail Dams (FERC RIDM, CA), Alcona Dam, (FERC RIDM, MI), and Mactaquac Dam (New Brunswick Power, CAN).

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