Eugene Vodjansky

Principal Water Resource Engineer


Eugene has over 30 years of professional experience in civil engineering including stormwater management, floodplain management and hydraulic design. He possesses strong modelling skills and is proficient in the use of a variety of relevant software applications widely used in New Zealand. Eugene is a licenced engineer from the United States, where he qualified with a Bachelor of Science, Economics. He also has completed graduate studies in Hydraulics/Hydrology and numerous university short courses including ecological stream restoration, advanced applications using EPA SWMM 5, advanced applications using HEC-RAS, and urban flood channel design and culvert hydraulics.

Since moving to New Zealand in 2013, Eugene has designed and overseen many projects within three-waters with a focus on stormwater management, stream restoration, stormwater infrastructure planning, open channel hydraulics, and bridge hydraulics. In addition to his design work, Eugene also acts as client Principal Advisor / Subject Matter Expert, providing technical review and technical support.

Major Waka Kotahi projects that Eugene has worked on include Waikato Expressway Huntly Section, Takitimu Northern Link, Whirokino Tressle, and Te Ahu a Turanga – SH3 Manawatu Gorge. Major projects for Hamilton City Council include Peacocke Strategic Transport and Mangakootukutuku ICMP; for Waikato Regional Council - Waikato Expressway Cambridge Section; and for Tauranga City Council - Papamoa East Interchange Enabling Works, and Te Okuroa Drive Stages B through E.

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