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Scott J. Ferre, P.E., M. Eng

Owner and Principal Engineer

Hometown: Salem, Oregon

Alma Mater:

Oregon State University, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering

(Focus on Water Resources Engineering)

Portland State University, Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering

(Focus on Project Management and Water Resources Engineering)

Scott was raised as a 7th generation Oregonian. His family arrived in wagon trains on the Oregon Trail and settled in Wolf Creek and Canyonville. After high school, he enlisted in the Oregon Air National Guard to work his way through college.


Scott started his engineering career in water resources for a large consulting firm in Lake Oswego, Oregon. He received his Professional Engineer’s (P.E.) License in 2008.


He remained in the Air National Guard part-time and became a Civil Engineering Officer. He decided to leave consulting to work as a full-time engineer in the Air National Guard. He served at the Portland Air Base and then transferred to Kingsley Field in Klamath Falls, where he retired as a Lieutenant Colonel in 2018. He served 23 years of service and completed five deployments in the Middle East, including Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Iraq, and Syria.


Post Air Force, he moved to Eagle Point and worked for two years as the Chief of Operations for the Army Corps of Engineers in Trail, Oregon. In this role he oversaw the operations of Lost Creek Dam and Power House, and Applegate Dam.


Scott and his wife Karina started RogueTech Civil Engineering in 2020. RogueTech experienced success and Scott was able to resign from the Corps of Engineers and focus on growing the business. Scott and Karina moved RogueTech to its current location in Downtown Medford in January of this year.


Scott and Karina are avid scuba divers and enjoy travelling together regularly to explore new dive destinations. They also enjoy boating, fishing, practicing at the local shooting ranges, and frequenting the local wineries.

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Karina M. Ferre

Environmental Planner

Hometown: Las Vegas, Nevada

Alma Mater:

Utah Valley State, A.S. Science

University of Oregon. Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Geography

Willamette University, MAT Master of Teaching

Karina was born and raised in Las Vegas. She and her family spent summer vacations in Newport, Oregon. They permanently moved to Oregon after Karina graduated high school and she began attending the University of Oregon. She has remained in Oregon since graduating college and lived in Hermiston before she settled in Eagle Point.


Karina has always had a passion for science and chose a career as an educator. She received her Master of Teaching and began her career teaching middle school science, social studies, and technology. She returned to college to get her school administrator’s license to further her career. In addition to RogueTech, Karina is also a school principal in the Rogue Valley.


While starting RogueTech with Scott, she could use her science background to lead wetland delineation projects. She has completed multiple wetland delineation and characterization courses at Portland State University. She has continued to practice her skills in the field for RogueTech. Her combination of skills, education, and experience has significantly influenced RogueTech’s ability to provide superior engineering and natural resources services.


Karina and Scott reside in the Rogue Valley and have five children. They’re avid outdoor enthusiasts and love camping, fishing, and boating. They’re also advanced scuba divers and enjoy travelling the world, looking for amazing underwater adventures.

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James Davenport

Civil Engineering Technician

Hometown: Portland, Oregon​

James was born and raised in the Portland Metropolitan Area. Since he was young, he was always interested in architecture and engineering.


His father owned a business that focused on high end architectural woodworking and design. This led him to begin studying drafting and architectural design in high school, which got him a job collaborating with his father as a drafting and design assistant. James specialized in 3-D modeling and CNC programming. Most of his drafting and modeling experience focused on historic renovations and cabinet design.


While working, James had come to realize his passion for problem solving. This had inspired him to pursue an education in Civil Engineering. He is currently enrolled at Rogue Community College and plans to transfer to Oregon State University to complete his studies.


James loves to mountain bike and play guitar. He lives in Medford, Oregon, with his wife Kerra.

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