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PBC Water Resources Manager Named FPEG 2012 Government Engineer of the Year
Palm Beach County Water Resources Manager Kenneth S. Todd Jr., P.E. has been named the 2012 Government Engineer of the Year by the Florida Professional Engineers in Government (FPEG). FPEG is a practice section of the Florida Engineering Society (FES).
The FPEG Government Engineer of the Year award recognizes an individual who has made the most outstanding contribution to the advancement of engineers in government. Ken was selected by a three-member panel appointed by FPEG. The award is based on professional and technical achievements, civic/humanitarian activities, and education. Ken will accept his award August 10 at the FES annual meeting in Orlando.
Ken has been active in the Florida Engineering Society since 1974 having served on many local and state committees. He was the local chapter president in 1986, and was recently named to the Florida Board of Professional Engineers (FBPE) by Gov. Rick Scott. FBPE is responsible for all aspects of licensing for engineers in Florida, as well as regulating the practice of engineering throughout the state.
Ken received his civil engineering degree from the University of Florida and has worked 15 years in the private sector in addition to his service in the public sector. He was named the manager of Water Resources in 2000 by County Administrator Bob Weisman. Ken works with numerous county departments and divisions and other governmental agencies on water resource-related issues that impact the environment and citizens of Palm Beach County.
Congratulations to Ken Todd on his FPEG Government Engineer of the Year award.
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