Skip to content. Skip to main navigation.

Ken Hall

Ken C. Hall, P.E.

Ken C. Hall, P.E., (BSCE '86)
Vice President
South Central (TX, OK, AR) Geographic Manager -- State and Local Gov't Sector
CH2M


Ken Hall is a Vice President, Geographic Manager, and Program/Project Manager at CH2M, a $5.2 billion international infrastructure and natural resource firm with 20,000 employees working in 50 countries. He earned his BSCE at UTA in 1986, and an M.S. in Environmental and Water Resources Engineering at UT Austin in 1988. Mr. Hall is a registered professional engineer in Texas, Georgia, and Arkansas.

His career at CH2M has focused on leading the delivery complex infrastructure programs and projects for both public and private clients, such as the $250 million Lane City Reservoir for the Lower Colorado River Authority and the $2 billion City of Fort Worth Integrated Program Management initiative. In successfully delivering dozens of projects, Mr. Hall has provided services including management consulting, strategic planning, training, public involvement, regulatory permitting, water reuse, water resources, modeling, system implementation, and asset management implementation.

From 2000-2002, Mr. Hall worked at the internet company Earthlink, leading the Broadband Fulfillment Group and also creating and leading a group of project managers implementing the most important projects at the $1.2B technology company. He developed and led a process for prioritization of projects, working with the CEO, President, and senior management each month.

Examples of Community and Professional Society Activities include:

Board Member, Streams and Valleys, Fort Worth (Trinity River enhancement, trail creation)

Chair, Water Reuse Committee of the Water Environment Association of Texas (WEAT)

Past Trustee, WateReuse Association of Texas

Past Chair, Watershed Management Committee, Water Environment Federation

ASCE EWRI Water Regulatory Standards Committee, coauthor Regulated Riparian Model Water Code, Standard on Shared Uses of Transboundary Waters, and Appropriative Rights Model Water Code

 ∧