June 15, 2022

WestWater Welcomes Adam Jokerst as Rocky Mountain Regional Director

WestWater is thrilled to announce the addition of Adam Jokerst as the Rocky Mountain Regional Director. Adam will lead the Colorado office in Fort Collins. Adam brings over 15 years of experience in both the private and public sectors. He has overseen long-range water supply planning, water acquisition, water rights protection, and water conservation programs.

Adam says he is thrilled to be joining the team as the Rock Mountain Regional Director, “As a former client of WestWater’s, I have long admired the value, innovation, and professionalism this firm brings their clients, and I am excited to now join and grow such a terrific organization.”

Adam holds a B.S. degree in biological engineering from the University of Arkansas and a M.S. degree in civil engineering from Colorado State University. Prior to joining WestWater, Adam served as Deputy Director for Water Resources at the City of Greeley, where he led a multidisciplinary team that plans, develops, and operates water supplies serving 150,000 residents. Adam is passionate about finding innovative solutions to solve complex water problems.

“We are excited to welcome Adam to the WestWater team,” says WestWater Research Managing Director Clay Landry.  “We are confident that his leadership, management, and engineering experience will be an asset to the company and an invaluable resource for our clients.”


Adam Jokerst


(970) 672-1811


  • Water law
  • Budget management
  • Forecasting
  • Water supply planning


  • M. S. Civil Engineering, Colorado State University
  • B. S. Biological Engineering, University of Arkansas


  • Deputy Director for Water Resources, City of Greeley Water and Sewer, 2018-2022
  • Water Resources Project Engineer, City of Fort Collins Utilities, 2012-2018
  • Associate Engineer, Natural Resources Consulting Engineers, Inc., 2009-2012
  • Graduate Research Assistant, Colorado State University, 2007-2009
  • Applications Engineer, BlueInGreen, LLC, 2003-2007