WK Dickson Welcomes Senior Project Manager to the Greenville Office

March 7th, 2018

As WK Dickson continues to grow in the Greenville, SC area, we are pleased to announce the addition of Kevin Anderson, PE, as a senior project manager in the water and wastewater group located in the Greenville office. In this role, Kevin will be responsible managing projects and assigning resources to those projects within the local Greenville area.

With over 24 years of service in the water and wastewater utility industry, Kevin has spent the majority of his career as the director of engineering and operations at the Laurens County Water and Sewer Commission (LCWSC) in Laurens, SC. In this role, Kevin oversaw technical staff and operations including sewer treatment, sewer pretreatment and management, water quality/flushing, and sewer CMOM. Additionally, Kevin oversaw a wide range of utility projects from small collection system rehabilitations to major wastewater treatment plant upgrades (LCWSC operates and maintains a 2.75 MGD wastewater treatment plant in Joanna, SC). His water projects have ranged from simple maintenance replacement of water mains to major water distribution upgrades and construction of two new elevated tanks.

Jeremy Brashears, WK Dickson’s South Carolina water and wastewater practice leader, stated, “Kevin offers a unique perspective having served so many years as a utility director. He not only brings with him a tremendous amount of varied utility experience but has “walked the walk” as a utility leader which will be an incredible resource in helping our clients solve their water and wastewater issues.”

Kevin earned a Bachelor of Science degree in agricultural engineering from Clemson University and is a licensed professional engineer in South Carolina. Additionally, Kevin is a licensed water distribution operator and also serves as the second vice president and engineering management committee chair of the Water Environmental Association of South Carolina (WEASC). He also serves as secretary for the Upper Savannah District.

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