Cristy Radabaugh, P.E. joined Martin and Wood in 2006 and has been working on water projects since 2000. She is directly involved with water rights projects, water resources planning and evaluations, changes of water rights, availability and exchange modeling, and water rights accounting. Her work also includes historical use analyses, design and implementation of augmentation plans and substitute water supply plans, evaluation and implementation of alternative transfer methods (ATMs) including leasing-fallowing projects, GIS applications related to water resources, evaluations and quantification of water supply yields, municipal water planning, water demand estimates, and expert testimony in Colorado’s water courts. She is currently working on water-related projects for industrial, municipal, public, and private parties in the Colorado River basin, the South Platte River basin, and the Arkansas River basin.
Cristy has been qualified as an expert in the Water Court for Water Division I, is a licensed professional engineer in the State of Colorado, and is designated as an Engineering Expert Witness (EXW) by the American Council of Engineering Companies. She served on the Board of Directors for the Colorado Section of the American Water Resources Association from 2013 to 2017.
M.S. Civil Engineering (Water Resources), University of Colorado – Denver, 2011
B.E. Civil Engineering (Environmental), Vanderbilt University, 2000