May 18, 2017
ECS announced the addition of Kelly B. Clawson to the firm as a Senior Project Engineer serving the Chantilly region. Clawson has more than 18 years of geotechnical experience, including geotechnical explorations and design evaluations for building foundations, landfill expansions, water and waste water treatment plant expansions and improvements, new and replacement dams, and site remediation design. She has worked nearly a decade in the DC and Baltimore market on adjacent construction instrumentation and monitoring projects and will be focusing her efforts on strengthening our geotechnical and structural monitoring services in the local DMV area.
A Professional Engineer in Maryland, Virginia and DC, as well as a LEED accredited professional, Ms. Clawson holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Clarkson University in New York.
Dewberry announced that Timothy Shea, PE, has joined their Fairfax, Virginia, office as a market segment leader for water/wastewater services. Shea has more than 45 years of experience in water/wastewater management and environmental engineering in the U.S. and internationally. He is an expert in the beneficial reuse of biosolids from wastewater treatment, including anaerobic digestion and co-digestion of sewage solids and high-strength organic wastes. Shea has developed strategies for the management of residuals from water and wastewater treatment plant operations and is familiar with the regulations and various technology options.
Prior to joining Dewberry, he developed biosolids management strategies for 26 wastewater treatment plants for the Sydney Water Company in Australia, and worked on anaerobic digestion projects at municipal wastewater treatment plans in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates; Atotonilco in Mexico City, Mexico, and Sao Paolo, Brazil. Currently, Shea is supporting the start-up of an anaerobic digester for the City of Baltimore at the Back River Wastewater Treatment Plant in Maryland. He has authored or contributed to more than 60 technical reports and publications on waste management, biosolids, and anaerobic digestion.
Williamsburg business leader Ron Boyd, PE has been named Mid-Atlantic Regional Leader for Stantec. In his new role, Boyd is responsible for regional business operations, local delivery of professional services, financial performance, and employee professional development. He will also drive the business planning process for Stantec’s diverse and growing team of architects, engineers, environmental scientists, and other technical professionals. Boyd is a registered professional engineer. He will manage operations across the firm’s nearly 2,000-person region, encompassing 24 offices in five states and the District of Columbia.
With 37 years of experience, Boyd is respected nationwide for expertise in environmental consulting and engineering, regulatory agency consultation, and client service. A long-time business and community leader in the Williamsburg area, Boyd was co-founder and president of Williamsburg Environmental Group, prior to its merger with Stantec in 2014. Last year Boyd received the Captain John Smith Award presented by the James City County economic development team to a business, organization, or individual for exemplary contributions to the business community.