Nathan J. Beil Assumes Role as Chairman of the Board at KCI

In December, KCI’s Board of Directors unanimously elected CEO Nathan J. Beil, PE, D.WRE, to serve as the firm’s next Chairman of the Board. Beil succeeds Terry Neimeyer, who recently retired following more than 44 years with the company.

I’m honored to accept this opportunity and lead KCI during this exciting time of continued growth and expansion of our capabilities. Every day, we look for new ways to better serve our clients and return value to our employee-owners and I am confident that as we align our internal markets, leverage the expertise of our recently acquired firms, and move forward with our strategic plan, we will continue to revolutionize the solutions we deliver.

Nathan J. Beil, PE, D.WREChairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer

Nathan J. Beil, PE, D.WRE

Beil joined KCI in 1988 and within four years, he started the company’s Water Resources Division, which became one of KCI’s top-performing business units. From 1995 to 2001, he served as head of KCI’s Environmental Group, and in 2001, he was promoted to manager of the firm’s Mid-Atlantic region. Beil has served as president of KCI since 2006 and has been instrumental in growing our team and expanding our geographic footprint. In 2018, he assumed the role of chief executive officer, a position he will retain.

“During his time with KCI, Beil’s forward-thinking vision and strategies have not only propelled his career but also helped drive the success of the firm. He has led the execution of various initiatives and been instrumental in building a company that is well respected, and the Board is confident in his ability to continue creating value for the firm.” – Past Chairman Terry Neimeyer

Beil earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in civil engineering from Lehigh University in 1983 and 1987, respectively. He is a registered professional engineer in Delaware and Maryland and a Diplomate of Water Resources Engineering. He has also completed the Executive Program at the University of Virginia’s Darden Graduate School of Business Administration and the American Council of Engineering Companies Senior Executive Institute.