Principal Engineer, Capital Projects, City of Aurora, CO
Andrew Long began working for the City of Aurora in 2015 and is currently the Principal Engineer for the Capital Project’s Wastewater and Stormwater Programs. In this role, she works with internal and external stakeholders to upgrade and repair their aging infrastructure and support the growth and expansion of the City. These duties require her to have a technical understanding of various means and methods to construct buried pipelines in a wide variety of conditions. Since working at Aurora, she has utilized a variety of trenchless technologies to successfully execute design and construction projects. From performing in-house CIPP design and training staff, to more complex applications such as guided auger bore, pipe bursting, jack and bore, and microtunneling.
Over the years, Andrea has become active in NASTT at both the local and national levels. She volunteered on the program committee for the national conference, reviewed papers and presentations, and moderated. She has also published papers and presented at both the local and national NASTT conferences. She is excited for the opportunity to serve on the NASTT board so she can utilize her municipal background to bring a different perspective to the board and support the organization’s mission to advance trenchless technology and to promote its benefits to the public and environment.