Vice President and Environmental Discipline Manager Mehmet Boz, PhD, PE, recently spoke to the Environmental Business Journal (EBJ) about transitions in the water market following the impact of the pandemic. EBJ is an industry publication that regularly provides market research data and conducts interviews with leading environmental executives.
Boz manages KCI’s Environmental discipline, which includes the company’s Water/Wastewater regional practices in the Mid-Atlantic, South Atlantic and Southwest regions, as well as the GeoEnvironmental regional practice, including Geotechnical Engineering, Environmental Management and Industrial Hygiene practices. He has experience in civil development, municipal and utility infrastructure projects, as well as green building and sustainable infrastructure rating systems. Boz has been actively involved in a wide range of sustainability activities throughout Texas and Maryland and is a recognized community leader, serving as the current Chair of the Board of Directors for the Public Works Experience and sitting on several American Society of Civil Engineers committees.
While speaking to EBJ, Boz discussed the predicted outlook for water treatment and distribution as it relates to emerging contaminants, the public works capital spending trends across the nation in 2020, and what the future of the environmental market could look like after COVID-19. He also addressed KCI’s recent recognition by Top Workplaces USA, plans to continue strengthening the corporate culture as remote work becomes commonplace, and the landscape of innovative technology usage at the firm.
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