Kevin J. Davis, PE, LSRP

Kevin J. Davis, PE
Vice President and Chief Environmental Engineer
Haddon Heights Office
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Kevin J. Davis, PE, LSRP, serves as Vice President and Chief Environmental Engineer in our Haddon Heights, NJ office. Kevin is the senior expert for environmental services and is responsible for developing technical expertise within the discipline and strategic growth of the discipline throughout the footprint of the company. Kevin serves as a primary in-house trainer for project managers and works with various disciplines to support distressed projects. He joined the firm in 1995 and has extensive chemical and environmental engineering experience in hazardous waste management, industrial wastewater treatment systems, and minerals recovery systems.

With over 30 years of experience, Kevin has become a client-focused, solution-oriented technical and business manager experienced in developing people and teams of professionals with various engineering expertise. Kevin has extensive experience as a project manager, an engineering manager, and a business unit leader.

Kevin is a licensed professional engineer in Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania, and earned a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from Drexel University. Kevin is also a licensed site remediation professional (LSRP) in New Jersey.

Kevin has recruited, trained, and managed technical teams built on mutual respect and trust to gain their commitment to meet established client and firm goals and objectives. Kevin has diversified the company business lines to ensure current and future growth, including mining and minerals processing and industrial. He has planned and administered annual technology business plans, including sales designed to meet or exceed projected profit and revenue goals.

Kevin has served on the Strategic Planning Committee for Pennoni and is responsible for mapping the direction of the company for four separate five-year plans.

He is the past Philadelphia Post President and active member of the Society of American Military Engineers. He is also a member of the Society of Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration; the Camden County Environmental Commission; and the South Jersey Chamber of Commerce, where he sits on the Environmental Committee.