Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, LA, 1988
1/06 - present
Floyd & Baird Engineering, Inc., Clinton, MS, principal
1/98 - 12/05
Floyd Engineering & Surveying Co., Clinton, MS, owner
9/89 - 1/99
U.S. Geological Survey, Pearl, MS, civil engineer/hydrologist
6/88 - 8/89
Mississippi Deptartment of Transportation, Bridge Division,
Jackson, MS, civil engineer (EIT)
3/85 - 5/88
U.S. Army Engineers, Waterways Experiment Station,
Geomechanics Division, Vicksburg, MS, co-op student/
8/84 - 12/97
Barnes Engineering, Alderman Engineering, both of Jackson,
MS, part-time survey party member
U.S. Department of Interior, Special Act Service Award, 1995
Professional Engineer Licensure
Mississippi - 1994, Alabama - 2008, Louisiana - 2009
Tennessee - 2009
Professional Land Surveyor Licensure
Mississippi - 1998, Alabama - 2009
Member: Mississippi Engineering Society, Mississippi Association of Professional Surveyors
Floyd, P.C., "Analysis of Streamflow in the Magby Creek Basin Near Columbus, Mississippi," Proceedings, Mississippi Water Resources Conference, April 1993, Mississippi Water Resources Research Institute, p. 86-93.
Floyd P.C., "Analysis of Streamflow in the Magby Creek Flood Plain near Old Mill Road at Columbus, Mississippi," U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigation Report 93-4086, 39 p.
Floyd, P.C., "Simulation of Travel Time for a 300 Cubic Foot per Second Discharge from Okatibbee Reservoir, Pascagoula River Basin, Mississippi," Proceedings, Mississippi Water Resources Conference, March 1991, Mississippi Water Resources Institute, p. 49-55.
Turnipseed, D.P., Baldwin, W.T., Cooper, L.M., and Floyd, P.C., "Flooding in Coastal Areas of Mississippi and Southeastern Louisiana, May 9-10, 1995" Fact Sheet FS-155-95, U.S. Geological Survey, May 1995
Mr. Floyd has a broad range of engineering and surveying experience. He has surveyed for the US Army in the Gila Desert of Arizona and Fort Polk, Louisiana. He was also a member of a national design team for the USGS in which their responsibilty was to ascertain the safety of manned cableways in use at that time.
As an engineer with the USGS, Mr. Floyd gained invaluable experience in the disciplines of hydrology and hydraulics. He is fully familiar with the one-dimensional step-backwater model theory and has also modeled surface-water flows using a two-dimensional finite element surface-water model. These theories, reinforced by practical field experience, are now being applied by Mr. Floyd in design and consulting projects for the private sector.