ARCADIS announced today that Dennis Kamber has joined the firm as the corporate Water and Waste Business Practice director for the United States. Kamber will oversee ARCADIS' expanding domestic water and waste practice. He will perform his role from the Baltimore, Maryland, office.
Kamber has had a prominent career with managing, designing, engineering, and constructing major infrastructure facilities. Kamber is a civil engineering graduate from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University where he currently chairs the College of Engineering Advisory Board. He is a registered professional engineer and a diplomat in the Academy of Environmental Engineers. He is also the recipient of the George Schroepfer Medal for excellence in wastewater facilities design, a national award presented by the Water Environment Federation for innovative engineering of wastewater facilities.
"We are very excited about the addition of Dennis to our staff," said Bob Stevens, executive vice president, Infrastructure Practice. "Dennis' experience will be invaluable as we target a much larger share of the water, wastewater, watershed management and solid waste markets."
ARCADIS is a service provider active in the fields of infrastructure, buildings, environment and communications.