KCI has promoted Mehmet A. Boz, PhD, PE, ENV SP, to vice president. Boz will also take over leadership of the firm’s Environmental Discipline. In this new role, he will be responsible for business development, strategic planning, operations, recruiting and staff development for a team of 75 employees. The discipline’s technical focus involves environmental engineering services to support public and private clients through the development and upgrade of water, wastewater and solid waste infrastructure and treatment facilities; geotechnical engineering and design; and identification and remediation of hazardous materials.
Over the course of his tenure with KCI, Boz’s responsibilities have included operational oversight and business development for civil engineering in Texas. He helped the firm secure its first water and wastewater design work in the state and is currently overseeing a team charged with the design of all utility relocations required for construction of the new Harbor Bridge in Corpus Christi. Boz also served as the office manager for the firm’s San Antonio, Texas, office. He joined the firm in 2015 with more than a decade of experience. Boz’s career has afforded him expertise in civil development, municipal and utility infrastructure projects, and green building and sustainable infrastructure rating systems.
Mehmet’s broad expertise, industry involvement and passion for business development have helped the firm secure a respected role in the environmental market in Texas. Across KCI’s entire footprint, I’m confident Mehmet will succeed in expanding our services geographically, in alternative delivery, and through support of our strategic corporate initiatives, while continuing to serve long-standing core clients in the greater Mid-Atlantic.
Gary M. Mryncza, PE, PH, LEED APSenior Vice President, Water Market Leader
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 and earned his Envision Sustainability Professional accreditation from the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure. Throughout his career, Boz has been actively involved in a number of professional organizations, including chairing the Texas Land and Water Sustainability forum, serving on the board of directors for the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) Central Texas-Balcones Chapter, and as secretary of the American Society of Civil Engineers Environmental and Water Resources Institute (EWRI) Residuals Management Committee. He is currently a member of the Water Environment Federation Utility Management Committee, the American Council of Engineering Companies of San Antonio Water Committee and the subcommittee on Spatial Water Data. He also recently served as president of the San Antonio Chapter for the Water Environment Association of Texas.