Boz to Lead Civil Engineering Practice in Central Texas

KCI welcomes Mehmet A. Boz, PhD, PE, ENV SP, to the firm as civil practice leader and San Antonio office manager. His responsibilities will include operational oversight and business development with a goal of growing the firm’s civil engineering practice in Central Texas.

Boz has over 10 years of experience in civil development, municipal and utility infrastructure projects, as well as green building and sustainable infrastructure rating systems. He has been actively involved in a wide range of sustainability activities throughout South Central Texas. Prior to joining KCI, Boz served as a project manager for national engineering firms, where he managed water-related civil infrastructure projects and helped lead and influence strategic planning.

KCI is committed to expansion in the four major market areas within Texas—San Antonio, Austin, Houston, and Dallas. Mehmet comes from a large architecture-engineering firm environment and has amassed extensive municipal and water/wastewater experience within the San Antonio market. His established relationships and recognized leadership will be the catalyst that helps us build and expand on the utility and mechanical/electrical services that we already offer locally.

Michael Perez, PEVice President, Director of Marketing and Business Development

Michael Perez, PE

Boz holds bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees in civil engineering from the U.S. Air Force Academy, Norwich University and Mississippi State University, respectively. He is a registered professional engineer in Texas and Louisiana and earned his Envision Sustainability Professional accreditation from the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure. Boz is a recognized leader in low impact development as chair of the Texas Land and Water Sustainability Forum and is involved in a number of committees, including serving on the board of directors for the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) Central Texas – Balcones Chapter, Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI) – Technical Committee, and as secretary of the American Society of Civil Engineers Environmental and Water Resources Institute (EWRI) Residuals Management Committee. He was just recently elected vice president of the San Antonio Chapter of the Water Environment Association of Texas, and serves an advisor to the buildingcommunityWORKSHOP (bcWORKSHOP) on low impact development matters in the Lower Rio Grande Valley region in South Texas.