Kimberly M. McCue, P.E. - Senior Project Manager
B.S. Environmental Engineering, University of Central Florida, 1996
Professional Engineer, Florida, 2001
Ms. McCue is a Senior Project Manager with RCS, holds a Bachelors Degree in Environmental Engineering, and is a Professional Engineer in the State of Florida. Ms. McCue is experienced in the qualitative and quantitative analysis of groundwater and surface water systems, wetlands, and effluent disposal/reuse systems. She also has expertise with multiple 3-dimensional modeling software packages. Ms. McCue is a modeler with expertise in groundwater flow modeling (MODFLOW), including contaminant transport modeling, integrated groundwater and surface water modeling, and water quality modeling of surface water. Ms. McCue has performed hydraulic and water quality analyses using computer modeling of surface and subsurface water flow patterns for the design of water supply wells, rapid infiltration basins, reuse irrigation systems, and stormwater treatment systems. She has also performed optimization analysis of water supply systems using linear programming. She has experience with the latest modeling software, including MODFLOW, MODPATH, GWVISTAS, VisualMODFLOW, GIS, MIKE SHE, MIKE 11, and WAM. Ms. McCue worked closely with SWET in the development of WAM models in the Okeechobee Watershed and in the evaluation WAM model improvements due to incorporation of NEXRAD data into WAM.
She has extensive experience in the development, management, and evaluation, of monitoring plans in sensitive watersheds. She currently manages the monitoring plans for multiple facilities within Okeechobee, Highlands, and Glades County, Florida.