Meet the LWS Team!
Bruce A Lytle, P.E.
Bruce Lytle, P.E., is the President of Lytle Water Solutions, LLC. Over his more than 40-year career, Mr. Lytle has specialized in surface and ground water hydrology studies, with particular emphasis in creating innovative solutions to water resource issues, development of water supplies, water rights, mining hydrology and environmental studies. Mr. Lytle has managed a number of aquifer storage and recovery (ASR) projects, as well as numerical modeling of ASR projects, surface/ground water flow modeling, and modeling of contaminant transport through porous media. Mr. Lytle also has a comprehensive understanding of water quality concerns and environmental remediation of surface and ground water resources.
Paula C Kelly
Paula C. Kelly is the business manager of Lytle Water Solutions, with more than 25 years of experience in business administration services within the consulting industry. Ms. Kelly is a founding member of Lytle Water Solutions.
Gary L Vanderslice, P.G.
Gary L. Vanderslice, P.G., is a senior project manager at LWS who has over 30 years of experience conducting environmental, water resources, and geotechnical projects in 44 states. This diverse background includes 3D subsurface models; site characterizations and remediation for mines, power plants, agricultural properties, oil/gas extraction well fields; source water protection of drinking water supplies; NPDES permits; environmental due diligence; a variety of geophysical and mapping projects; conference presentations; and publication of numerous professional articles. In his spare time, Gary enjoys road trip adventures with family & friends, camping, hiking, fishing, rock-hounding, old maps, new technologies, and rock & roll balanced with his wife’s love of Rachmaninoff and Chopin.
Joe V Meigs, P.G.
Mr. Meigs, P.G., has more than 35 years of professional experience as a geologist/ hydrogeologist working in the mining, water resource, and environmental fields. He has conducted numerous ground water investigations/evaluations and monitoring programs in various hydrogeologic settings throughout the Western US. His work has included the design and construction of both small and large-diameter water supply wells, and the design of monitoring well systems. Mr. Meigs has conducted numerous aquifer tests and analyzed data to evaluate aquifer characteristics in both alluvial and bedrock aquifers. He recently contributed to the analysis of a large groundwater basin where geologic and hydrogeologic data were input to a 3-dimensional geologic modeling software program to develop a representative geologic/hydrogeologic model of the basin and provide a framework for assessing: 1) the layering of aquifer materials; 2) the distribution of hydraulic conductivity values; and 3) the magnitude and direction of ground water flow.
Sophia Lee, P.G., is a Project Hydrogeologist at LWS. Ms. Lee has extensive experience with development of finite difference and finite element ground water models, as well as surface water models. Ms. Lee's experience also includes evaluating contaminant fate and transport in ground water systems, as well as experience with field data collection methodologies.
Mike Boubin is a Senior Hydrogeologist at LWS and has over 25 years of experience in aquifer characterization, site assessment, remediation, and contaminant fate-and-transport modeling. He has extensive field experience providing consulting to private sector and government clients. His experience includes many complex sites with high regulatory and public interest. He has worked on groundwater resources projects throughout the United States, Mexico, and Puerto Rico.
Chris Fehn, P.G., EI, is a Senior Engineer at LWS, and an alumnus of the Colorado School of Mines Geological Engineering Department. Mr. Fehn’s experiences include predictive reservoir modeling, lawn irrigation return flow studies, development of highly complex accounting systems, design and installation of municipal and site characterization wells, as well as evaluation of surface water and ground water rights issues.
Ben Bader is a Senior Hydrogeologist at LWS. Mr. Bader has experience with stochastic surface water modeling involving reservoir diversions, ground water modeling with MODFLOW, including analysis of data and development of model input files, field studies, and work with Colorado water rights. Mr. Bader achieved a master's degree from Colorado School of Mines.
Andrew Van Deusen
Andrew Van Deusen, EI, is a Staff Engineer at LWS and is a graduate of the Colorado School of Mines. Mr. Van Deusen has experience in various surface and ground water modeling techniques, water rights valuations, and field observations of drilling, completion, and testing of Denver Basin aquifer wells. Mr. Van Deusen enjoys his weekends by skiing, mountain biking, backpacking, camping, and playing in his band around the Denver area.
Anna Elgqvist, EI, is a Staff Engineer at LWS and a graduate of the Colorado School of Mines where she majored in Geological Engineering. Ms. Elgqvist’s experience includes use of MODFLOW, model input files and field observation of drilling, completion and testing of Denver Basin aquifer wells, as well as water rights valuations. Ms. Elgqvist also has experience in data research and development and provides general support for LWS engineering services.
Victoria A Lytle
Vickie Lytle is a senior technician at Lytle Water Solutions, primarily responsible for computer graphics and website design and management. Mrs. Lytle also provides general support for LWS engineering services. When not working for LWS, Mrs. Lytle works as a Liaison Officer on a local (Type 3) Incident Management Team (IMT) and a National (Type 1) IMT, assisting in the response to large-scale disasters.