Greeley and Hansen, a global civil and environmental engineering, architectural and management consulting firm, has named Kenneth Kamper as the new managing director of the firm’s construction engineering and management (CE&M) operating group, based in Chicago. Kamper, who most recently served as senior project manager for Wade Trim in Cincinnati, has nearly 30 years of diverse project management experience in the planning, design and construction of a wide range of water and wastewater projects.
As the managing director, Kamper will have broad responsibility for leading Greeley and Hansen’s global CE&M staff and business operations, providing high-level project delivery oversight and directing business development efforts for planned growth in the construction management market.
“This is a key leadership role in our firm, and we’re pleased to have Ken on our management team,” said John C. Robak, president. “With his extensive technical background and leadership experience in managing diverse project teams and construction operations, we know Ken will bring added value to both our firm and our clients in the delivery of successful projects. He’ll also play an instrumental role in advancing the firm’s ongoing efforts to achieve our growth objectives in the construction engineering and management area.”
A registered professional engineer in multiple states, Kamper holds a BS degree in civil engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is an active member of the American Water Works Association and the Water Environment Federation, serving on its Disinfection and Public Health Committee.