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Phuc H. Vu, P.E.

Central National Technology Support Center Staff

Agricultural Engineer

Central National Technology Support Center USDA NRCS
501 W. Felix St., FWFC, Bldg. 23, Fort Worth, TX 76115
Phone: (817) 509-3764
Cell: 817-201-6434

Phuc H. Vu is the NRCS, Central National Technology Support Center Agricultural Engineer.  Phuc joined the CNTSC staff in February of 2017.   He is responsible for engineering technology transfer services and training to the Central region NRCS State technical specialists. 

Phuc came to the CNTSC from the National Design, Construction, and Soil Mechanics Center (NDCSMC) where he was the Design Engineer from 2008-2017 providing guidance in dam rehabilitation design and review as well as program implementation along with consultation services to the 50 States technical staff. From 2004-2008, Phuc was the State Design Engineer for Oregon. His work in Oregon included AWM storage facilities with pole barn structures, agrichemical handling facilities, solar powered stock watering systems, wetland designs and constructions, stream restoration projects, and fish habitat improvement projects. As the State Design Engineer Phuc was responsible for updating and revision of conservation practice standards. 

Prior to working in Oregon, he worked in California for 11 years as a field engineer in various field offices.  His experience at the field level included irrigation water management in California Central valley, row crops drip irrigation design and erosion control practices in the Salinas Valley, and fire and flood related EWP projects throughout the state. 

Phuc’s many collateral duties included serving as the NEDC training cadre, served on the National Civil Right Committee, and detailed to HQ as the Watershed Rehab Program Coordinator.

Phuc is a graduate of California Polytechnic University with a B.S. in Agricultural Engineering.  In addition he attended Michigan Technological University as a civil engineer.  He is a licensed Civil engineer in the states of California and Oregon.  He enjoyed volunteering in working over sea with non-governmental organization such as Engineers Without Borders doing humanitarian engineering projects.

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