Hudock has a broad range of expertise in dams for water supply, flood control, recreation, and industrial use. His more than 25 years of experience includes projects across the U.S. and internationally on multiple continents, and he knows all facets of a dam project.
He has led a range of projects to help communities cope with challenges such as long-term drought, aging dam infrastructure, hazard creep in rapidly developing areas, and flood protection. Hudock has worked on the investigation, design, or construction of more than 50 dams, with a particular focus in Georgia. He has handled projects for federal and state agencies, power companies, and local municipalities.
Hudock received his master’s and bachelor’s degrees in civil engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He also graduated from the Institute for Georgia Environmental Leadership. He is a member of the Association of State Dam Safety Officials, the U.S. Society on Dams, and the National Watershed Coalition.