Mike Janes, PE, Senior Project Manager
Mike has been designing and managing transportation, water and wastewater infrastructure, storm drainage, and site design projects for municipalities, commercial clients, and private developers since 2004. These improvements have included water and sewer lines, pumping facilities, treatment facilities, local and rural roads, sidewalks, storm drainage facilities, parking lots, general site design, and trails. As a Senior Project Manager Mike manages multi-disciplined teams of professionals and delivers quality comprehensive projects while keeping the project under budget and on schedule.Education
Beaver Street and Dale Street Improvements, City of Flagstaff - Mike was the Project Manager on the Utilities Package and Project Engineer for the Roadway Package. The project included replacement of the asphalt and select curb and gutter, and sidewalk improvements; replacement of the waterline in Beaver Street, and storm drain replacement.
Mike’s Pike Improvements, City of Flagstaff - Mike was the Project Manager and designed and managed water, sewer and roadway improvements for Mikes Pikes, Phoenix Avenue, Benton Avenue, and Kendrick Avenue. Improvements were designed to prepare for an upcoming large box culvert running down Mike’s Pike, and to provide water and sewer capacity for a new student housing complex.
North/South Pedway Improvements, Northern Arizona University - As the Project Engineer, Mike designed and managed the replacement of a 12-inch waterline located under a pedestrian path on the north end of NAU. Design was requested during the construction of the North/South Pedway and was completed in 3 weeks to keep the project on schedule. Mike also provided design and QC review for the grading and storm drainage design of the pedway.
Water and Wastewater Master Plan, City of Surpirse - As Project Engineer Mike assisted in the development of the Security Master Plan for all water and wastewater facilities for the City of Surprise including 20 water supply wells, 5 water treatment and pumping facilities, and 2 wastewater reclamation plants for the collection and distribution systems serving a population of 125,000. He performed site evaluations, developed recommendations for improvements, and authored sections of the Security Master Plan report as part of this project.