Carper Joins Freese and Nichols' Resiliency Design Group
SAN ANTONIO, TX Freese and Nichols, Inc. announces that Ken Carper, PE, CFM, joins the firm's Water Resources Resiliency Design Group. Carper, based in San Antonio, Texas, will help expand Freese and Nichols' stormwater and floodplain management services for clients throughout central Texas.
Throughout the course of his career, Carper has planned and designed resiliency solutions for both private and public entities, including federal agencies, state agencies and municipal governments. He has worked on projects for several North Carolina cities, including Greensboro, Raleigh, Charlotte-Mecklenburg and Wilmington. In addition to managing a number of stormwater master plans, Carper has experience in floodplain management, watershed planning, water quality, infrastructure design, sustainability and quality assurance.
Prior to joining Freese and Nichols, Carper served on a team that developed a stormwater best management practices (BMP) program (toolbox) to reduce/eliminate surface water wildlife hazards, improve water quality and facilitate stormwater permitting for airport expansion projects in North Carolina. Throughout the course of this project, Carper worked closely with the North Carolina Division of Aviation, North Carolina Airports Association, North Carolina State University researchers, United States Department of Agriculture and North Carolina Division of Water Quality.
Carper earned his bachelor's degree in environmental engineering from the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida.