Ken has extensive experience in engineering design and project management spanning five decades. He has been responsible for the overall project management of hundreds of projects including all design activities, subconsultant coordination, review of all deliverables, and any public participation required. He has been involved in the management and use of 3D modeling design in projects spanning the last 30 years.
In his 25 years at Eastman Kodak, he was the primary senior designer responsible for the utility piping design for Kodak Park (KP), one of the largest industrial complexes (1,300 acres) in the US at that time. KP contained hundreds of buildings, two steam and electric generation plants, three chilled water plants, and employed over 20,000 people. His last 25 years has been focused on project management, leading 100’s of projects of all shapes and sizes along with mentoring others. In his past 9 years at RED, Ken has led the vast majority of the large capital projects for RED Rochester, including the B371 MACT project, B1 brine chillers, B332 #77 Chiller and the B321 Reverse Osmosis system to name a few.