Nextgen Engineering
NextGen's purpose is to lead in planning and implementing water resource and civil engineering projects that will be socially, economically, and environmentally sustainable. Our team's goal is to help train the next generation of water resource professionals for a better tomorrow. NextGen Engineering, Inc. was founded in 2012 with the primary goal of providing exceptional expertise in civil engineering, watershed and water resource planning, and floodplain management to clients and partnering firms.

NextGen is a small business ready to take on complex and highly technical projects, with its main office in Tucson, Arizona, and a project office in Ventura, California. Through our reliable network of core contractors and specialists, we are able to assemble the right team to meet the specific requirements for each client's project. Learn more about how your home might be effected by Monsoon Weather and the recent area fires.

Learn more about how to keep your home safe while conserving water this Monsoon Season with this specialized booklet created by NextGen Engineering.

read more › Bill loves to build bridges - over water and with people. Bill is the Principal Engineer at NextGen Engineering. Founded in 2012, NextGen specializes in water resources and Civil engineering. NextGen participates in local and international workshops and training, including facilitating a Fundamentals of Engineering exam preparation course with University of Arizona's Continuing Education. Bill has over 30 years of professional experience in engineering, watershed planning, training, and design for water infrastructure.

read more › NextGen Engineering is concerned about Climate Change research, present impacts, and evaluating its impact on localities. We conduct practical Climate Change research where the results can directly impact our community and profession. NextGen works with communities and public work officials to implement Climate Adaptation steps. Records of summer temperature in Tucson demonstrate footprint of climate change. The average summer day temperature increased by 4.2 by 2020 from 1970. Also, on average more 21 HOT days exceeding 105 were in 2020 compared to 1970.

read more › FEC is a 15-week practical course facilitated by NextGen Engineering in collaboration with the University of Arizona Continuing & Professional Education. This course is geared to help working engineers who have been out of the classroom or those interested in engineering as a career. The FE exam is the next step towards the Professional Engineer (PE) License. We offer high school students an opportunity to gain insight into what it means to become a Civil Engineer with our "Shadow Day" program.

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