Randolph Videkovich

Randolph Videkovich

  • Adjunct Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering


  • MS, Civil Engineering and Water Resources, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, 1975
  • BS, Civil Engineering (Senior Honors), University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, 1972

Mr. Videkovich has over 40 years of experience with infrastructure planning and design projects throughout the Midwest, many of them in Southeastern Wisconsin and Milwaukee County. He specialized in hands-on flood risk reduction and stormwater management projects with experience in large and small storm hydrology; open channel and pipe hydraulics; low impact development; in-stream water quality management; nonpoint source pollution control; stormwater, sewer system, and water course modeling; groundwater flow and quality; environmental assessments; data management; and dam safety and hazard evaluations.

Awards, Honor and Societies

  • Diplomate, Water Resources Engineering – American Academy of Water Resources Engineers
  • Wisconsin ACEC Best of State Awards:
    • Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District Deep Tunnel CSO Abatement (Project Engineer for storage sizing of the original tunnel system)
    • Southpoint Commerce Park Stormwater Pond Design City of Appleton (Project Manager for Study, Design, and Services During Construction)
    • Memorial Park Stormwater Pond Design City of Appleton (Project Manager for Study and Preliminary Design)
    • I/I Analysis Leads to Sustainability Program Heart of the Valley Metropolitan Sewerage District (Team Member Statistical Analysis)
  • University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, College of Engineering and Applied Science, Civil Engineering Outstanding Alumni of the Year, 2000