Helping NASA Conduct a Rio Grande Basin Survey

DBS&A worked with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Western Water Applications Office (WWAO) to conduct a survey that characterizes the overall water management, stakeholders, and water management challenges in the Rio Grande Basin in Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas.  The NASA WWAO plans to complete similar basin studies for all major river basins […]

DBS&A-led Research Will Help Reduce Wildlife-Vehicle Crashes and Enhance Wildlife Movements in NM

In 2019, the New Mexico Legislature passed the 2019 New Mexico Wildlife Corridors Act, calling for the development of an Action Plan that will guide future efforts by the New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) to identify and prioritize projects aimed at reducing wildlife-vehicle collisions and helping large mammals and other wildlife safely move across […]

DBS&A at Texas Water 2021

Texas Water™ 2021, the largest (virtual) regional water conference in the nation, is taking place from March 29 to April 1, 2021. Are you attending? If so, please visit DBS&A’s virtual exhibit. If not, there is still time to register here. Either way, click here to view our company video. The event is hosted by […]

Omar Ruiz Earns Professional Engineer License

Congratulations to Omar Ruiz on earning his New Mexico Professional Engineer license. He holds a master’s degree in civil engineering, with an environmental engineering focus, from the University of New Mexico (UNM) and is a certified Water Sample Technician 2 with the New Mexico Environment Department Drinking Water Bureau (NMED DWB). Mr. Ruiz has been […]

DBS&A Ranked #5 on Engineering Firms List

DBS&A was recently ranked fifth on Albuquerque Business First’s (ABF) Engineering Firms List. The list ranks engineering firms in New Mexico according to revenue for services performed in 2020. DBS&A employs engineering professionals specializing in mining, remediation, solid waste, stormwater, water, wastewater, and reuse systems, and geotechnical engineering.  Read more about our engineering capabilities.  See […]

Career Opportunity!

Career Opportunity! DBS&A is hiring a highly motivated entry-level to mid-level engineer in Albuquerque, New Mexico; Lakewood, Colorado; or Austin, Texas, to work on a wide range of projects that could include soil and groundwater remediation, landfill design and permitting, water resources design and management, stormwater management, or mining industry support. Learn more here: https://www.dbstephens.com/careers/ […]

Python as a Tool for Sustainable Management Criteria

DBS&A Hydrogeologist Patrick O’Connell, PG, will be presenting a poster virtually at the Groundwater Resources Association of California (GRA) Future of Water conference taking place on February 23rd and 24th, 2021. The poster topic is on Python as a tool for communicating sustainable management criteria in Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP) development. Mr. O’Connell has project experience […]

DBS&A Hosts Virtual Public Meeting for Boston Hill Safeguarding Project

DBS&A is working with the New Mexico Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources Department (EMNRD), Abandoned Mine Land Program (AML), in partnership with the U.S. Department of Interior, Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement (OSMRE), and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to host a virtual public meeting on the Boston Hill Mine Safeguarding Project. […]

Hydrogeologists Present at AGWA – AGWT California Groundwater Conference

DBS&A Hydrogeologist Gus Tolley, PhD, and Principal Hydrogeologist from DBS&A affiliate Clear Creek Associates Marvin Glotfelty, PwG, will present virtually at the AGWA – AGWT California Groundwater Conference on February 9 to 10, 2021.

Helping NMED Tackle PFAS Contamination

DBS&A has been awarded a contract to support the NMED in determining the extent of PFAS impacts to surface water and groundwater in the vicinity of Cannon and Holloman Air Force Bases in Curry and Otero Counties, New Mexico. DBS&A will assist with defining the extent of contamination and developing a clean-up remedy that reduces risks to human health and the environment.