Jessica Louisos, MS, PE

Lead Project Engineer, Water Resources

About Jessica

A desire to save the world, one river bend at a time, led Jessica to pursue a career in water resources engineering. Her role involves the application of river science, hydraulics, and hydrology to engineering problems, both large and small, and includes floodplain and river restoration, dam removal, aquatic organism passage, green stormwater design, flood mitigation and resiliency planning and design, gully stabilization, FEMA BCA, and advanced GIS analysis. In her off time, she can often be found outdoors, from skiing to canoeing, or creating pottery.


Jessica was appointed to the American Society of Civil Engineers National Public Policy Committee, chairs the Vermont Infrastructure Report Card Committee, serves on University of Vermont School of Engineering Board of Advisors, and was named Vermont Young Engineer of the Year. She is a licensed Professional Engineer in Vermont and New York. She holds an M.S. and B.S. from the University of Vermont and is also active in the following organizations:

Vermont Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Government Relations Chair
American Society of Ecological Engineering
South Burlington Planning Commission, Chair