Larson Design Group (LDG) is pleased to announce the hiring of Curtis Miller, P.E., BCEE, REM, in the role of Program Manager, as the company continues to grow its team of talented professionals. A proven leader with multifaceted experience, Curtis will guide LDG’s expertise in Water/Wastewater engineering and cultivate relationships with our growing client base in Pittsburgh and the surrounding area.
Curtis has more than two decades of environmental engineering experience that he brings to his role with LDG – a broad base of knowledge that includes project management, environmental compliance, civil and environmental engineering, regulatory knowledge and value engineering. In addition to the practical application of his skills in the field, he is a regular guest lecturer at The Johns Hopkins University, where he conducts Project Management seminars for seniors earning their Bachelor of Science Degrees from the Whiting School of Engineering, Department of Environmental Health and Engineering.
“We’re thrilled to bring someone like Curtis on board to help oversee our current work and cultivate future endeavors in water/wastewater engineering,” said Greg Cummings, Director of Water/Wastewater. “His years of experience, both hands-on and in a managerial capacity, will be excellent resources for our growing list of clients in the Pittsburgh area.”
As Program Manager, Curtis will help define LDG’s water/wastewater strategy and objectives and manage the company’s portfolio of W/WW projects, ensuring that goals for growth, sales and revenue are met.
Founded in 1986, Larson Design Group is an award-winning national architecture, engineering and consulting firm with 12 offices in five states and a vision to elevate client relationships, enrich the careers and lives of its employee-owners, and enhance the communities in which it operates. For more information, visit www.larsondesigngroup.com.
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