Kate Snider, PE

Principal / Civil Engineer

Education:
MLA, Landscape Architecture, Cornell University
BS, Civil Engineering, Cornell University

Certification:
Professional Engineer, Washington

Joined Floyd|Snider: 1996 (founded with Dr. Teri Floyd)

Kate Snider is Principal and Founder of Floyd|Snider. She is a professional civil engineer and certified mediator with significant experience in cleanup, redevelopment, and habitat restoration—with primary focus at waterfront properties throughout the Pacific Northwest. Kate has a strong reputation for management and facilitation of complex multiparty processes achieving optimal permitting, regulatory, policy, and construction outcomes. Kate has filled key roles in some of the region’s most complex projects including the State Route 520 Bridge Replacement Project, Vigor Shipyard Superfund Sediment Remediation and Natural Resource Damage Habitat Restoration, Thea Foss Waterway Cleanup, Reichhold Chemical Redevelopment, and Northwest Seaport Alliance formation.

Professional Strengths

Thoughtful partnering with clients, agencies and other consulting firms to craft tailored solutions for the unique challenges of each project

Highly successful management of large and complex projects, including conceptualization, strategy, scheduling, financial management, team coordination, and follow-through

Effective facilitation of multiparty groups to reach optimal strategy, design, regulatory, policy, allocation, and implementation outcomes

Creative development of engineering solutions for contaminated site cleanup, redevelopment, and habitat restoration