Senior Civil/Environmental Engineer – Ted Baudendistel, P.E., PMP
Mr. Baudendistel has 17 years of civil and environmental engineering experience focused on analysis and design of water and wastewater treatment facilities, pipelines, pumping stations, and various other civil structures. His background includes leading engineering teams for natural systems restoration, facility design and construction and operation and maintenance systems analysis. For the past four years, Ted has focused on industrial wastewater management options for the oil and gas industry. Engineering support typically has included analyzing and recommending water management alternatives from simple truck off-load/load out facilities to provide spill prevention to modeling and designing in-field water collection and distribution systems to treatment of frac flowback and produced waters for reuse or discharge. Oil and gas water management projects have focused primarily on North American plays including projects in the Rockies (Piceance, Uinta, Denver-Julesberg, Pinedale Anticline and Powder River Basins) to more recent liquids rich plays in the Haynseville, Eagle Ford, and Marcellus. Internationally, Ted is currently involved with produced water projects in Kuwait, Australia, Peru, Azerbaijan, and Trinidad & Tobago. His experience includes three years of overseas experience developing projects, leading the design work of foreign engineers, coordinating with the local environmental and government construction agencies, and managing the construction contracts to successful completion.
Mr. Baudendistel has a Masters of Science of Engineering and Environmental Management and a Bachelors of Science in Civil Engineering. He is national Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying registered engineer and a Registered Professional Engineer in Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, and Missouri and a Registered Project Management Professional.