WithersRavenel is pleased to announce that A. Cameron Patterson, PE, has accepted the position of Public Sector Services Director! In this role, he will be responsible for ensuring that the firm’s exceptional quality of service is upheld across for all public sector clients throughout North Carolina.
Cameron joined WithersRavenel as its first environmental engineer in 1991, with the purpose of leading a start-up environmental group. Over the years, he was instrumental in the company’s pursuit of public sector work, to include the addition of stormwater, utilities, GIS, and parks and recreation planning and design services. The firm has also expanded its geographic footprint from a single office in Cary to include offices in Greensboro, Pittsboro, Raleigh, and Wilmington.
Cameron’s new position, along with the firm’s recent strategic partnership with WR-Martin, represents another key milestone on WithersRavenel’s path to becoming the first-choice consultant for public sector services.
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