Global infrastructure firm Gannett Fleming has acquired the assets of KEH & Associates Inc., a water and wastewater engineering firm based in southern California. KEH is known for its comprehensive water, wastewater, and recycled water portfolio, particularly in large pump station and pipeline design, treatment facility design, operations support, and program management services. Its innate understanding of water reclamation and reuse has helped develop public sector programs that ensure safe, clean, and reliable water supplies. The company now operates as KEH, a Business Group of Gannett Fleming.
With offices in San Diego and Ventura counties, KEH has successfully undertaken assignments for many public sector clients in Southern California. Their project portfolio includes the City of San Diego’s Morena Sewer Pump Station and Alvarado Trunk Sewer Projects; City of Oxnard Wastewater Operations Support Program; Water Replenishment District of Southern California’s Groundwater Reliability Improvement Program; and the Orange County Water District’s Groundwater Replenishment System startup and commissioning.
“We will continue to focus on client needs and the unwavering commitment to service excellence that is the foundation of both firms,” says Ken Hume, PE, former president of KEH and newly appointed West Region Water Business Line leader at Gannett Fleming.
Gannett Fleming is a global infrastructure and engineering firm that provides progressive solutions for water, transportation, earth sciences and natural resources, geospatial, power, and facilities projects. The company has 2,300 employees delivering excellence in planning, design, technology, and construction management from more than 60 offices worldwide.