With 24 years of experience in wastewater engineering, master planning and utility management, Kevin has led both complex, large scale programs and small, targeted planning tasks for the public and private sides of the industry.
His work has been published in select national and international publications. His expertise also extends overseas to New Zealand where he participated in an engineering exchange program as an asset management practitioner. Kevin recently authored the American Water Works Association report Key Data to Inform Government Asset Management Policies. He also wrote Timing is Still Everything – Capital Project Prioritization, published in the NEWEA Journal, and a Point/Counterpoint Analysis of Asset Management Plans.
Kevin earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering with Distinction and a Master of Engineering in Environmental Engineering, both from Cornell University.