Oroville Dam Spillways: Incident and Recovery 2017

  • 21 Mar 2018
  • 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM
  • Lakewood Country Club
  • 62

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Oroville Dam Spillways: Incident and Recovery 2017

Presented By

Jesse Dillon, P.E. - California Department of Water Resources 

  Michael Rogers, PE, P.Eng, PMP - MWH Stantec


About the Topic

Jesse Dillon was assigned to respond and assess the damage to the flood control spillway at Lake Oroville when it first became apparent on February 7, 2017. Mr. Dillon will share his first-hand knowledge of the Oroville Spillway Emergency Response.  He will present on the structural objectives and challenges experienced in the 2017 Oroville Spillways Recovery Project - Phase I, which he served as Structures Design Team Lead and Engineer of Record.

Michael Rogers was brought on to lead the Roller Compacted Concrete design effort for the Oroville Spillways Recovery Project. He will present on the innovative techniques developed and lessons learned on what became the key Phase I design feature (the 1100 ft. long enriched RCC chute invert). This design and associated features were undertaken in order to prepare the Project to be able to pass expected annual flood flows by the next wet year cycle, beginning on November 1, 2017.


About The Speakers

Jesse Dillon, P.E. is a Supervising Engineer with the California Department of Water Resources (DWR).  He received his B.S. in Architectural Engineering from California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo in 1999.  During his seven years with DWR he has worked on and managed a variety of California State Water Project (SWP) projects.

 

Michael Rogers, PE, P.Eng, PMP is the Global Dams Practice Leader with MWH/Stantec and currently serves as Vice President of the International Commission on Large Dams (ICOLD/CIGB).  He received his M.S. from the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities and has over 35 years of dam industry experience.

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