Alison Adams brings experience working on large-scale water supply and management problems in areas that include permitting and regulatory compliance, water supply planning and demand forecasting at multiple time scales, and decision support for risk, reliability, and source allocation. She specializes in climate variability and climate change and the effects on supply reliability, as well as management strategies to mitigate these effects. She has also directed the development of integrated hydrologic models, regional operations plans, reliability-based system operation models, and numerous demand forecasting models. As the former Chief Technical Officer of Tampa Bay Water (TBW), she was responsible for implementing programs that project long-term water demand for TBW’s water supply and maximize environmental protection across the region.
Alison Adams, PHD, PE
Principal Engineer, Chief Technology Officer
PhD, Civil Engineering, Colorado State University, 1998
MS, Engineering Management, University of South Florida, 1990
BS, Environmental Engineering, University of South Florida, 1981
Professional Engineer (FL, CO)