Nathan Logan is a water resources engineer with nearly 12 years of experience in hydrology and hydraulics, using one- and two-dimensional methods, and analyzing H&H data using GIS. He has worked on projects ranging from complex large regional floodplain studies that cover more than 100 square miles to flood mitigation projects involving new and existing developments. He has extensive experience in working with very detailed FLO-2D models over large watersheds. In addition to H&H modeling, he can develop and/or utilize specialized scripts using Python to work with FLO-2D input files and integrate the results with other spatial datasets in GIS format. Mr. Logan has experience in working with local agencies as well as FEMA to relay project results to the public, multiple jurisdictions, or other agencies. Additionally, he has experience with taking FLO-2D model results all the way through FEMA floodplain delineation to update FEMA DFIRMs.