Srividhya Viswanathan

Srividhya Viswanathan

Ms. Viswanathan is a Vice President with over 12 years of experience in solid waste engineering, storm water, and water and sewer infrastructure design projects. She is the Director of Engineering of our Southwest Region where she leads our solid waste engineering operations in California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, and New Mexico. She is a licensed Professional Engineer in California, Arizona, and Oklahoma. Her experience includes preparation of grading and drainage plans, design of erosion control best management practices, preparation of inspection reports and technical specifications, and providing construction support services on a variety of municipal projects, including landfills.
She has experience performing analysis of airspace consumption and remaining life assessments using AutoCAD Civil 3D, and in the estimation of closure and post-closure care costs for various landfills. Her work also includes design and installation of Landfill Gas (LFG) extraction wells for existing LFG collection systems, LFG Blower-Flare Facility (BFF) planning and site civil design. In addition, she has experience performing construction quality assurance (CQA) services on a variety of projects, including landfill cell excavation, liner construction and installation of LFG extraction wells. These services include documentation and inspection of ongoing construction activities, certifying work performed per project specifications, preparation of well completion reports and correspondence with clients and construction groups. She has also conducted construction progress meetings and design modifications during project construction.
During her tenure as a municipal engineer, Ms. Viswanathan was involved in the permitting, design, and construction of a variety of municipal projects, including landfill expansion and liner installation. Since joining SCS, she has been involved in the preparation of feasibility studies, and the permitting, design, and construction of various landfill and landfill gas (LFG) projects.