Timothy Wolfe is an environmental engineer, Vice President and Regional Practice Leader for KCI’s Water/Wastewater Practice. Joining the firm in 1998, he is responsible for design of water and wastewater treatment facilities; hydraulic analysis of water distribution and wastewater collection networks; design of water storage, treatment, and distribution systems; and renovation and extension of wastewater collection and conveyance systems.
Tim received his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Maryland College Park and is a registered professional engineer in five states. In 2007, he became an American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists (AAEES) board certified environmental engineer. In his more than three decades of industry experience, Tim has contributed to several award-winning projects, including accolades from AAEES and the American Society of Civil Engineers. He is a member of both organizations, as well as the Water Environment Federation and American Water Works Association, and served as president for the Chesapeake Water Environment Association.