Rob Harries, PE, CFM
After graduating college, I spent years wandering around the country looking for the “right place”. In 2000, it became apparent that Durango was the best suited location for me given the proximity to variable climates and outdoor recreation opportunities.
Rob grew up in Phoenix, Arizona and attended the Northern Arizona University where he graduated with a BS in Civil Engineering in 1994. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Colorado, New Mexico, Washington, and Utah.
He joined Goff in 2000 and serves as a firm principal. Rob is an experienced civil engineer excelling in site development, corridor design, water system design and rehabilitation, sanitary design, storm drainage utility installation/rehabilitation, and flood hazard delineation/interpretation.
His most memorable project is the Animas River Trail Camino Del Rio Underpass for the City of Durango, which allows trail users to safely travel underneath a busy intersection.
When Rob is not busy working with clients, he enjoys mountain biking, whitewater travel, back/bike packing, trail construction/maintenance, and home brewing. He volunteers time to the local trail organization (Trails 2000) and with assistance from his wife, friends, and dog – maintains their adopted segment 27.2 of the Colorado Trail.