President:  Robert (BJ) Campbell Jr. PE, LEED AP

BJ Campbell is a licensed professional civil engineer in the states of Georgia, Louisiana, and Virginia, with over a decade of regional engineering experience in water and stormwater related disciplines.  As water resources manager for Southern Civil Engineers Inc., he personally engineered or managed the engineering of hundreds of stormwater management projects across the south eastern United States in the last decade, ranging from Louisiana to Florida to North Carolina, with a special focus on the Metro Atlanta region.  He specializes in stormwater management for new development or redevelopment, in assessing and analyzing drainage problems within existing development, in green initiatives such as LEED and stream buffer mitigation, and in analysis and expert testimony for complex stormwater litigation.

He received his bachelors degree in Civil Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1998, his masters degree in Environmental Fluid Mechanics and Water Resource Management from Georgia Tech in 2002, and has worked at several large Atlanta based engineering firms.   In addition to owning and managing Campbell Civil Consulting LLC, BJ is an adjunct professor at Kennesaw State University (formerly Southern Polytechnic State University), teaching Fluid Mechanics, Statics, Hydrology, and Advanced Hydraulic Systems.

Credentials:

  • Georgia / Virginia / Louisiana PE
  • LEED AP
  • GSWCC Level II for erosion control

Expert at:

  • Stormwater BMP Design, including ponds, constructed wetlands, infiltration systems, etc
  • Stormwater site hydraulics
  • Stream Buffer Variances (Georgia)
  • Continuing Education Courses
  • Flood studies, FEMA LOMA, LOMR, CLOMR
  • Stormwater related litigation
  • Stormwater Land Planning
  • As-Built BMP inspections and certification
  • Peer Review
  • Investigation of existing stormwater related site problems on large / small sites

Significant Experience with:

  • Site Layout Design / Grading / Utilities / Erosion Control / Landfills
  • Hydraulic modeling of fire flows / hydrants for development sites

State expertise:

  • Georgia (licensed)
  • Louisiana (licensed)
  • Virginia (licensed)
  • Florida
  • Alabama
  • Mississippi
  • North Carolina