Mr. Printz has over 35 years experience as a Water Resource Engineer, with extensive background in hydrologic and hydraulic modeling. In his current position as Principal Engineer with the Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission, his duties include the development of watershed-based models used for floodplain, stormwater, and water quality evaluations, as well as overseeing the work of junior staff. He has served as the lead author and/or project manager for several SEWRPC watershed-based plans, including the comprehensive plan for the Oak Creek watershed and the stormwater drainage and flood control system plan for the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District. He also helped direct the development of watershed-based water quality models used for the regional water quality management plan update for the greater Milwaukee watersheds. He is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Wisconsin.
Mr. Printz received a B.S. degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.