Sirisha Kalluri

Sirisha Kalluri, PE, CFM

Sirisha has over 16 years of experience and 6 with Woodson, and specializes in hydraulics and hydrology analysis and preparation of drainage studies.  She has broad experience with flood control facilities, drainage design, flood plain studies including preparation of FEMA Map Revision applications, and stormwater management. She has worked on projects within flood zones where she designed flood control facilities (channels, culverts and detention basins). She has extensive highway drainage design experience and is proficient in 1-D analysis, FLO 2D analysis and using ARC GIS and Bentley’s software.

Education

  • BS Civil Engineering, Osmania University, June 2002
  • MS Civil Engineering, Lamar University, December 2003

Licenses

  • Professional Engineer (Civil), Arizona #58144
  • Certified Floodplain Manager (US-14-07483), Association of State Floodplain Managers

Project Experience

Timber Sky Drainage Design, Flagstaff – Sirisha was the Drainage Engineer for this multi-phased, 200-acre, 1,300-unit master planned community in west Flagstaff. Sirisha worked on design and analysis of stormwater management facilities for this mixed-used development with an overall drainage area of 1.5 square miles. Sirisha designed the LID facilities, retention and detention facilities and prepared drainage reports.

Stormwater Master Plan, City of Williams – Sirisha conducted the modeling for a comprehensive Stormwater Master Plan which included the results of her hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, stormwater performance criteria, hazard mitigation, FEMA Flood Plain identification, pollution mitigation, and O&M recommendations.

Copeland Regional Detention Basin, Coconino County – The project involved design and analysis of flood control facilities to mitigate the flooding from Schultz Fire burn areas. The project involved sediment traps, detention basins, channels and culverts to capture, attenuate and convey the runoff. Sirisha prepared drainage report, cost estimates, Special provisions and also responded to RFIs during the construction phase.

Townsend-Winona Road, Coconino County – This CMAR project is approximately 4-miles long and involved pavement rehabilitation and drainage improvements. Sirisha was involved in preparation of the PS&E package, drainage report and coordination with utilities to obtain utility signoffs. 

Autumn Breeze and Hope Street – Drainage Projects, City of Prescott – Sirisha evaluated and designed improvements to street and drainage infrastructure to mitigate the flooding and erosion impacts to public improvements, private property, structures and existing utilities.