Pape-Dawson Engineers, Inc. is pleased to welcome Kim Keefer, P.E. as Managing Vice President – Water/Wastewater Infrastructure. In her role, Ms. Keefer will be responsible for statewide water and wastewater strategic, technical, and production oversight.
With over 35 years of experience in civil and public works engineering, Ms. Keefer has provided multi-state management of water and wastewater engineering projects through master plans, facility evaluations, inter-County water transfer investigations, utility building rehabilitation and upgrades, and biosolids digestion. Ms. Keefer previously worked on the Pape-Dawson team and oversaw the Vista Ridge water pipeline project in the early stages of design, permitting, and easement acquisition, before moving to Georgia for family reasons. While in Georgia, Ms. Keefer managed construction administration of the first piano key weir spillway in the United States.
“We are thrilled to welcome Kim back to the Pape-Dawson Water Resources team,” said Pape-Dawson Senior Vice President, Cara Tackett, P.E., LEED AP. “Her proven leadership experience and technical expertise is exactly what we need to align our statewide water and wastewater strategies. Her knowledge and commitment to clients and her team makes her a great fit for Pape-Dawson.”
Ms. Keefer has been an active member in the Water Environment Federation for more than 30 years and is a current member and former chair of the Utility Management Symposia. She has also served as Vice Chairman of the Utility Finance and Management Committee of the Georgia Association of Water Professionals.
Ms. Keefer earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Central Florida in 1984. She is a registered Professional Engineer in the states of Texas, Florida, Ohio, Alabama, and Georgia.
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