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News » US » Gannett Fleming expands with Southern California acquisition » published 5 Sep 2018

Gannett Fleming expands with Southern California acquisition

Gannett Fleming has bought a water and wastewater engineering firm based in Southern California.

KEH & Associates now operates as KEH, a Business Group of Gannett Fleming. All KEH employees have been retained.

“When considering an acquisition, Gannett Fleming leadership first looks at a company’s culture.” said Gannett Fleming chairman and CEO Bob Scaer. “Are employees valued and encouraged to continually learn? Do they contribute to improving their community? Are they committed to amazing their clients with innovative solutions? KEH checked all of those boxes and more. We will now be able to provide California water clients access to specialized, local expertise backed by the resources of a global infrastructure firm.”

Our current and future clients from California and the surrounding states can now benefit from Gannett Fleming’s full range of engineering, construction management, and program management services,” said Ken Hume, former president of KEH and newly appointed West Region water business line leader at Gannett Fleming.  

KEH, with offices in San Diego and Ventura counties, has undertaken assignments for many public sector clients in Southern California. Its work spans water, wastewater and recycled water portfolio, particularly in the design of large pump stations and pipelines, treatment facilities, operations support, and program management services. Projects in its portfolio include the City of San Diego’s Morena Sewer Pump Station and Alvarado Trunk Sewer projects; wastewater operations support services for the City of Oxnard; and the Orange County Water District’s groundwater replenishment system start-up and commissioning.


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This article was published on 5 Sep 2018 (last updated on 5 Sep 2018).

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