Scott Jeffers

Director of Strategic Partnerships

Scott Jeffers has over 10 years’ experience in the water resource industry specializing in site and regional hydraulic/hydrologic modeling and green infrastructure design.

Scott graduated from the Drexel University Sustainable Water Resource Engineering Lab, where he studied green infrastructure and urban water resources.  The Lab provided him with the opportunity to work closely with many municipalities including the Philadelphia Water Department, Boston Water Sewer Commission, and the New York City Departments of Environmental Protection and Park and Recreation.

During his time at the consulting firm Mott MacDonald, Scott designed water/wastewater systems in the Philadelphia area, including multiple neighborhood-wide surface green stormwater infrastructure practices and underground infiltration basins.

At Bentley Systems and Innovyze, Scott developed and maintained relationships in the water/wastewater industry throughout the United States, bringing his knowledge of modeling software, asset management planning, and live data analytics to help utilities, consultants, and municipalities towards systemwide planning and improvement.

Throughout his career, Scott has promoted sustainable planning to address the most challenging urban environmental issues.  In his role as WCS Engineering’s Director of Strategic Partnerships, he fosters client and consultant relationships in the US and raises awareness of sustainability and green infrastructure solutions in planning and optimization.

Selected Project Experience

  • Manage client relationships and ensure customer success of water/wastewater optimization plans.
  • Provide consulting services in hydraulic/hydrology modeling, environmental monitoring, research, and civil design.  Proud partner with Computational Hydraulics International (CHI).
  • Responsible for developing and maintaining relationships to grow business in the water/wastewater industry in the Western United States.
  • Responsible for sales and customer relationships for the Haestad hydraulic/hydrology modeling software in the Eastern United States and Canada.
  • Philadelphia Water Department, PA – Grays Ferry Neighborhood Disconnection SMP
  • Philadelphia Water Department, PA – Hestonville Neighborhood Disconnection SMP
  • Philadelphia Water Department, PA – Cohocksink Playground Stormwater Basin, Stormwater Conveyance System and Surface GSI Systems
  • Philadelphia Water Department, PA – Green Stormwater Infrastructure Master Specification
  • The College of New Jersey, NJ – Annual stormwater permitting and Maintenance
  • Philadelphia Water Department, PA – Clearview Park Green Stormwater Infrastructure
  • Philadelphia Water Department, PA – Manayunk Water Main Improvement
  • Philadelphia Water Department, PA – Frankford Streets Green Stormwater Infrastructure
  • Philadelphia Water Department, PA – Francis Myers Sewer Survey
  • Philadelphia Water Department, PA – Holmesburg Baseplan Field Check
  • New York City Department of Environmental Protection, NY – 6th Street Green Corridor DEP Pilot Project
  • New York City Department of Environmental Protection, NY – 6th Street Green Corridor DEP Pilot Project
  • New York City Department of Parks and Recreation, NY – Green Innovation Grant Program
  • New York City Department of Parks and Recreation, NY – Crotona Parkway Malls Stormwater Greenstreet HP 004 – SGS 11
  • New York City Department of Environmental Protection, NY – Meadow Lake Stormwater Treatment Project – Parking Lot
  • The Partnership CDC Green Initiatives, PA – Powelton Green Roof Study
  • National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Bronx River Watershed Initiative, NY – Bronx Park Street-End Stormwater Capture System
  • New York City Department of Parks and Recreation, NY – Stratford Avenue Stormwater Monitoring
  • National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Bronx River Watershed Initiative, NY – ABC Carpet, WATERWASH Wetland Restoration
  • New York Convention Center Operating Corporation, NY – Jacob Javits Center Green Roof Monitoring
  • Boston Water Sewer Commission, MA – East Boston Stormwater and Green Infrastructure Modeling