Entech Engineering, Inc. (Entech), formally announces that Bryon Killian, PE has been promoted to Business Unit Director of Entech’s Civil Environmental Resources Business Unit. He succeeds Robert Weir, PE, who will assume the role of President later this year. In this position, he will oversee all facets of the Business Unit including engineering/design, resource management, business development, project management, and client management for the firm’s municipal and water and wastewater clients and industrial environmental services. Killian joined Entech in 2002 and was promoted to Principal in 2013. As a Principal he played a key role in the phenomenal growth of Entech’s civil and environmental services, leading business development and working with numerous clients while delivering successful wastewater, water, and stormwater projects involving system operation and evaluation, data analysis, permitting, and engineering services from design through construction.
Bryon said of his promotion:
“I am humbled by the opportunity to lead our civil environmental resources team. This is a fantastic group of professionals who look to build and maintain long-term partnerships with our valued clients. I am focused on taking care of the needs of both employees and clients and delivering the resources needed to continue to expand Entech’s services throughout the United States.”
Executive Vice President, and past CER Business Unit Director, Robert Weir, PE, said this about Bryon’s selection:
“Over the course of his 20 years at Entech, Bryon has always led from every seat he has occupied. He has consistently and enthusiastically stepped up to develop solutions and drive change for both internal operations and external client relationships. He brings a great balance of technical, interpersonal, and strategic skills that makes him a natural leader.”
Bryon holds a B.S. in Environmental Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University. He is a Registered Professional Engineer and a Certified Wastewater Operator in Pennsylvania. A native of Schuylkill County, where he still resides with his family, Bryon is an avid practitioner of the fast-paced No Gi Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
Entech’s engineering, consulting, and architectural teams help clients make more informed decisions as they invest in their facilities and infrastructure. From our seven offices, across Pennsylvania, we employ approximately 160 professionals who serve customers in the municipal, higher education, manufacturing, and oil & natural gas markets.