Neil S. Grigg is a professor of civil and environmental engineering at Colorado State University where he teaches courses in water resources and infrastructure management. At Colorado State he has also been department head of civil engineering and director of the Colorado Water Resources Research Institute. He is a graduate of the US Military Academy, Auburn University, and Colorado State University, where his graduate work was in hydraulic engineering. He has worked as a consulting engineer and state environmental official, and on a number of international projects, as well as government policy and advisory panels. In addition to his work as a professor, he serves the US Supreme Court as River Master of the Pecos River. He is a registered professional engineer in three states and has written a number of articles and books. His most recent books are: Total Water Management (AWWA); Colorado’s Water: Science & Management, History & Politics and The Water Manager’s Handbook: A guide to the water industry (both by Aquamedia Publications).
Other Research Interests
Infrastructure policy and management
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