Jaime Benoliel, P.E., CFM
B.S. Civil Engineering, University of Houston, 2001
Ms. Benoliel specializes in hydrology and hydraulics. She has served as Project Engineer on multiple flood study and transportation drainage projects. Her project experience includes storm sewer improvements, bridge, culvert, and channel hydraulics, detention pond sizing, hydrologic and hydraulic computer modeling, and drainage mitigation analysis.
Ms. Benoliel has computer modeling experience with HEC-1, HEC-2, HEC-HMS, HEC-RAS (steady and unsteady), HEC-GeoRAS, HEC-UNET, RMA-2, SED-2D, EPA SWMM, USGS Peak FQ, GEOPAK Roadway and Drainage, THYSYS culvert, WinStorm, and GIS (Arcmap, Spatial Analyst, 3D analyst).
Ms. Benoliel is a member of the Texas Floodplain Management Association (TFMA), and has been an instructor in drainage engineering courses.
Ms. Benoliel co-authored the following papers with Dr. Yu-Chun Su:
• Sediment Transport Modeling of Dredged Disposal Materials Near Sabine Pass.” Coastal Texas 2020 Technical Erosion Conference 2005, Houston, Texas, September 14-16, 2005.
• “Modeling of Flood Control Channels Using SMS/RMA2.” TFMA 17th Annual Texas Flood Conference, Fort Worth, Texas, 2004.