Todd C. Williams, PE, ENV SP, has joined Gannett Fleming as a senior project manager. With a strong background in the planning, assessment, design, management and operations of sewer, water and stormwater systems, Williams will focus on expanding our services to clients in Virginia while serving as a technical resource for the entire firm.
Williams began his career with Gannett Fleming in 1989 and returns to the firm with more than 25 years of experience serving clients across the eastern United States. For the last 10 years, Williams has focused his services on wastewater, water, and stormwater projects in the Washington, D.C. metro region and Virginia. In Virginia, Williams successfully completed large and small scale projects for clients including the Hampton Roads Sanitation District, Cities of Richmond, Virginia Beach, and Newport News, and the Counties of Fairfax, Isle of Wight, Chesterfield, and Dinwiddie. Williams provides expertise in condition assessments of exposed and buried water and sewer assets using non-destructive technologies; rehabilitation using trenchless technologies; detailed design for replacement and extensions of water and sewer service; and improving water and sewer service for the residents of Virginia.
“We are extremely happy to welcome Todd back to Gannett Fleming,” said Gene Koontz, PE, BCEE, senior vice president and director of the water business line. “His experience with wastewater, stormwater, and water projects in urban areas, including Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and New York, will provide significant value for our clients in Virginia.”
Williams is a registered engineer in Virginia and Pennsylvania, certified Envision™ Sustainability Professional (ENV SP), and also holds certifications in pipeline assessment from the National Association of Sewer Service Companies (NASSCO). He holds a bachelor of science in biology from Muhlenberg College, and a master of science in water resources and environmental engineering from Villanova University.