Boyle Engineering Corp. has hired Matthew Thomas, P.E., to oversee its Water/Wastewater Practice Group serving clients throughout Orange County, Calif. With more than 15 years of experience in the planning, design, and construction of water and wastewater facilities, Thomas possesses superior credentials to provide direction and leadership to a team of engineers responsible for a multitude of high-profile projects ranging from advanced water treatment plants to large-diameter pipelines. His joining the Orange County office of Boyle is part of a planned expansion of the Water/Wastewater Practice Group.
Thomas comes to Boyle from PBS&J, where he was most recently a division manager with oversight of water and wastewater projects in Southern California. During his 15-year career with PBS&J, he held various positions of increasing responsibility. Major planning and design projects to his credit include numerous large pump stations, reservoirs varying in capacity from 1.5 mg to 25 mg, and many miles of water and sewer pipelines.
Thomas is a registered professional engineer in California and a diplomate environmental engineer (as certified by the American Academy of Environmental Engineers). He holds a B.S. in civil engineering from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. His professional affiliations include the American Water Works Association, American Academy of Environmental Engineers, American Society of Civil Engineers, California Water Environment Association, Design-Build Institute of America and Orange County Water Association.