Megan King, PE, Promoted to Key Leadership Position
Floyd|Snider is pleased to announce that Ms. Megan King, PE, has been promoted to the position of Associate Principal.
Megan has been with Floyd|Snider since 2006. She is a professional environmental engineer and senior project manager with 15 years of experience in upland and in-water hazardous waste remediation, project management, and facilitation. Her extensive experience has been applied to a full range of environmental cleanup and restoration projects throughout the Pacific Northwest—for ports, municipalities, industries, and developers. Megan’s skills include construction management, remedial design and implementation, strategic planning, and agency and stakeholder negotiations. Megan is also an experienced facilitator, assisting groups with long-term planning, community outreach, and team-building.
Megan holds a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Portland. She is extremely active in the professional community, participating in outreach with local universities, the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Washington Public Ports Association, and other professional networks. Megan is also a volunteer member of the leadership team at Camp Leo for Children with Diabetes, a non-profit organization that provides a safe and educational overnight camping experience for children and teens with Type 1 Diabetes. Megan expanded the camp program in 2013 to include high school aged campers and has directed the high school camp sessions ever since.
The level of respect and care that Megan demonstrates in her technical and strategic work for Floyd|Snider’s clients, along with her commitment to community and environment, exemplify the values Floyd|Snider holds as a Certified B Corp. We are committed to performing our consulting services and managing our business to provide benefit to our employees, our communities, and the environment, in addition to providing financial benefit to our shareholders. We are proud to have Megan as a member of our leadership team.