24 Mar Hunter Freeman named Director of Sustainable Stormwater
Hunter Freeman, PE, LEED AP, is taking on a new role as WithersRavenel’s Director of Sustainable Stormwater.
Already a leader in innovative stormwater practices at WithersRavenel, Hunter stands out as a pioneer in his field. He has designed hundreds of SCMs in the Piedmont and Coastal Plain regions of North Carolina, and has assisted with regulatory and programmatic efforts to promote sustainable design concepts.
In this new role, Hunter will continue to drive and inform WithersRavenel’s Stormwater Department as resiliency, collaboration and green design become more critical in infrastructure development across the state. Based in our downtown Raleigh office, but working statewide, Hunter will continue to deliver projects that protect and enhance the exceptional quality of life we enjoy in North Carolina.
A WithersRavenel employee since 2004, Hunter is a Professional Engineer and LEED Accredited Professional with more than 20 years of experience. Hunter is past president of the American Public Works Association-North Carolina Stormwater Division. Additionally, he works with numerous local, state and national advisory committees related to green infrastructure. Hunter has a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Vanderbilt University.
Please join us in congratulating Hunter!