Gannett Fleming has named Terry Snow, PE, to the roles of Southeast Region director and senior vice president. He is now responsible for the overall financial, operational, management, and administrative performance of eight Southeast Region offices from North Carolina to Florida.
“Terry offers tremendous experience in delivering best-in-class solutions, and we are looking forward to his role on our senior management team,” stated Paul Nowicki, PE, Gannett Fleming president and COO. “As a leader in the transportation industry, Terry’s dedication to client service and his passion for collaboration will propel our clients to success and help solve the pressing infrastructure challenges they face.”
Gannett Fleming, an established engineering force in Florida for more than 60 years and in North Carolina for more than 50, brings experience in transportation, water, earth sciences, facilities, and construction services markets. The firm serves a variety of public and private clients in Florida and North Carolina, including the North Carolina Department of Transportation, the Florida Department of Transportation, Miami-Dade Water & Sewer, Tampa Bay Water, the City of Durham, and the City of Greensboro, as well as numerous municipalities, metropolitan planning organizations, transit agencies, water authorities, and private developers.
“With the combination of our emerging North Carolina operations and our well-established, successful Florida operations, we will be able to increase our presence in South Carolina and other southern states as we better cater to their urgent need for infrastructure improvements,” said Snow.
Snow has more than 30 years of diverse leadership experience with federal, state, and local government clients as well as private-sector clients throughout the Southeast. He most recently served as Gannett Fleming’s North Carolina area transportation manager and Raleigh, North Carolina, office principal. He has a proven track record of leading successful and diverse operations through proactive business development, exceeding client expectations, and a collaborative team-oriented approach.
Snow has a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from North Carolina State University and is a recognized leader in professional organizations, currently serving as a co-chair for the 2020 American Society of Highway Engineers National Conference and a fellow of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE). He previously served on the boards of directors for the Raleigh Engineers Club, Southern District ITE, and the North Carolina Section of ITE. He is also a founding member of the North Carolina Chamber of Commerce’s Coalition for a Prosperous Future. Snow has long been active in leadership of civic, political, and community organizations, including his current role on the board of directors of the Bull City Little League.