Ken Orie to lead WithersRavenel Utilities Team
WithersRavenel is pleased to announce that Ken Orie, PE, is the new Practice Area Lead for Utilities.
From modeling to design to project leadership, Ken’s abilities are a valuable resource to clients and team members alike. A professional engineer with 24 years of experience, Ken has delivered successful projects for water distribution and wastewater collection, treatment plant design and construction, hydrology and hydraulics, and a host of other aspects of water resources engineering. Additionally, since his start at WithersRavenel in 2020, Ken has helped mentor our firm’s junior engineers and staff professionals.
Based at our Cary headquarters, Ken has a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural and Biological Engineering from Penn State University. He is NASSCO certified, and also serves as the Region 3 Representative on the North Carolina Rural Water Association (NCRWA) Associate Member Task Force.
Would you like to put Ken and WithersRavenel’s team to work for you? Contact Ken at (919) 238-0382 or email@example.com.
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