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Jerry Jacksha

Jerry Jacksha, PE

Senior Associate

Jerry is a senior project manager with more than 45 years of experience, primarily in geotechnical engineering with related experience in site civil engineering. He has participated in or managed geotechnical work in all phases of water, wastewater, and conveyance projects, including facility siting studies and conceptual engineering, pre-design, preliminary and final design, preparation of construction drawings and technical specifications, construction observation and special inspections, and dispute resolution during construction closeout and post-construction activities.

Jerry's experience includes geotechnical work for water and wastewater treatment plants; deep pump stations up to 80 feet; shafts and intakes, including manholes and caisson-shored systems up to 120 feet in diameter and up to 100 feet deep; water reservoirs up to 50 million gallons (both partially and completely buried); pipelines and conduits up to 10 feet in diameter, including deep gravity sewers; raw water intakes; and outfalls, pressure conduits, and pipelines. He also has experience in trenchless methods and installations, most of the typical dewatering systems, and dams and levees.


  • MS, Civil Engineering, University of Idaho, 1974
  • BS, Civil Engineering, University of Idaho, 1971


  • Professional Engineer (Civil and Geotechnical), Oregon
  • Professional Engineer (Civil), Washington


  • American Society of Civil Engineers 
  • American Water Works Association
  • The Association of Engineering Firms Practicing in the Geosciences 
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