Gresham Smith announces Jeffrey Nash, P.E., has joined to lead the firm’s Water + Environment market. As Executive Vice President of Water + Environment, Nash will guide the implementation of holistic water and environment services for clients as well develop and lead market growth strategies.
“Jeff’s dedication to his teams, clients and community are aligned with Gresham Smith’s culture and values,” said Chairman and CEO Al Pramuk. “In this role, he will support smart, sustainable growth for the firm and I am confident, given his experience and technical expertise, that he will position us well through strategy, business development and bottom-line growth. I’m proud to welcome him to our firm.”
“I enjoy building relationships with clients as well as developing and honing talent. Gresham Smith is poised for continued growth in the Water + Environment industry and I am excited about the opportunity to lead that effort,” commented Nash. “I look forward to furthering the collaborative, client-centric, congenial and technically-excellent culture of the team while expanding our opportunities to deliver creative solutions.”
Nash joins Gresham Smith from AECOM, where served as vice president, strategy and growth for the United States and Canada. Prior to that role, he served as an Americas business development lead for the Water Services sector of CH2M. Nash is a graduate of Virginia Tech where he earned both a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering and a Master of Science in Environmental Engineering.
Nash embodies Gresham Smith’s commitment to community. During WEFTEC you might hear Nash tapping out bluesy beats on the drums at Jammin’4Water, which benefits the WEF Community Service Project. He is actively involved at the national and state levels with American Water Works Association where he has served as National Vice President, National Director and Chairman for the Florida section (FSAWWA). Nash has been recognized for his service to the Florida Section with several awards, including the Florida Section Lifetime Achievement Award in 2014. He also supports Water for People, which exists to promote the development of high-quality drinking water and sanitation services, and is a part of Leadership Florida where he has served on the Council of Advisors.