Greeley and Hansen Names Kim Tanner Managing Director of Southwest Operations
CHICAGO, Dec. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Greeley and Hansen, a leading civil and environmental engineering and consulting firm, has named Kim A. Tanner as Managing Director of the firm's Southwest Operating Group. Mr. Tanner, who most recently served as Vice President in the Arizona Operations for Kennedy/Jenks Consultants, has more than 35 years of broad experience with engineering operations and project management in the water and wastewater field.
"Kim's depth of technical expertise and his proven leadership experience in operations management along with his client-focused and performance-driven consulting approach will be extremely valuable in this key leadership role," said Andy Richardson, Chief Executive Officer. "We're very pleased that Kim has joined our firm and will be working with us to achieve our strategic business goals."
As a Managing Director at Greeley and Hansen, Tanner will have broad responsibilities for directing day-to-day business operations, as well as developing and implementing the annual marketing and business development plan and budget for the firm's southwest offices. "With his in-depth experience and understanding of client needs and market conditions in the Southwest, Kim is certainly primed to help grow our operations in that region," said Paul Vogel, Executive Vice President, Western Operations.
"I'm looking forward to working with our clients and staff in the Southwest and to advancing Greeley and Hansen's long-range strategy for sustained growth," said Tanner.
A registered Professional Engineer, Tanner holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Kansas State University. He is a member of the American Water Works Association.
About Greeley and Hansen
Greeley and Hansen is a leader in developing innovative engineering solutions for a wide array of water, wastewater, and related infrastructure challenges aimed at improving public health, safety, and welfare. Headquartered in Chicago and with 17 offices across the US, the firm provides services for all phases of projects ranging from master planning and feasibility studies through design, construction, and start-up. Since 1914, Greeley and Hansen has collaborated with its client partners in public and private utilities and agencies to create better urban environments. More information is available at www.greeley-hansen.com
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