Alex Lin is a Water/Wastewater Project Engineer with AECOM with over 5 years of experience in the industry. Alex has experience with public agencies from working at the California Department of Transportation and diverse private consulting perspectives from working at Kimley-Horn & Associates, WSP USA and AECOM. In his role, Mr. Lin primarily focuses on hydrology/hydraulics analysis, climate resiliency mitigations, and green infrastructure design. He has a wide range of project experience, from commercial retail projects such as McDonald’s to multibillion-dollar infrastructure projects, such as Los Angeles International Airport – Midfield Satellite Concourse and San Diego Mid-Coast Corridor Transit Rail Extension. He has experience being involved with all phases of projects from planning to design to construction. Alex received his Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering from the University of California San Diego and Master of Science in Civil Engineering from Columbia University in the City of New York.
Alex is currently working on approaches to tackling future water infrastructure challenges in the United States, from pipeline rehabilitations, direct/indirect potable water reuse implantations, decentralized wastewater treatment, and desalination membrane technologies. These projects can be achieved through alternative delivery methods such as Public-Private Partnerships.
He is also an active member both locally and nationally with the American Society of Civil Engineers. Most recently, He is on the committee for planning the annual Younger Member Leadership Symposium, a three-day national experiential leadership workshop that focuses on early-career professional skills development to help ASCE Younger Members succeed and lead in the workplace.