INTERA is pleased to announce the addition of Terry Hull, P.E., to the company’s executive team. Mr. Hull brings additional water resources expertise to INTERA, including flood risk, water quality, environmental restoration, hydraulics, sediment transport, and coastal engineering.  He will lead an expansion of INTERA’s operations in the southeastern United States where he will assume the leadership of a newly created Southeastern Division.  Terry will be based in a new INTERA office location in Jacksonville, FL “Terry is an incredible addition to our INTERA team.  He is a highly respected proven professional.  His experience and knowledge of the Southeastern US water resources market will be pivotal as we expand our operations in the southeast,” said Dr. Marsh Lavenue, CEO, INTERA. “His extensive career in hydrology, hydraulics, and coastal engineering will round out INTERA’s areas of expertise and will propel us into new types of projects.” Mr. Hull joins INTERA after spending 27 years with Florida-based Taylor Engineering where he served as chief engineer and president, and served on the board of directors. In 2012, he received the Florida Engineering Society (FES) Outstanding Service to the Engineering Profession and the James F. Shivler, Jr., P.E. Award for Outstanding Service to the Engineering Profession. In 2009, he was named the FES State Engineer of the Year. “It’s an honor to join INTERA—I’ve admired their culture, intellectual resources, and contributions to the profession for years,” said Hull. “INTERA has international prestige in a number of environmental and engineering fields. My background and experience in the southeast will promote INTERA’s strategic vision for this region.” Recent projects that Mr. Hull has served as principal-in-charge include Florida and South Carolina DOT bridge hydraulic and scour studies, and state-of-the-art FEMA hurricane flood hazard studies applying computationally intensive, coupled surge-wave modeling to better define flood hazards and enhance FEMA flood maps. He also led Taylor Engineering’s innovative Herbert Hoover Dike breach study for FEMA to identify probabilistic, risk-based flood hazards associated with potential levee failures.