SUE, Engineering and IT Specialists Join Tampa Bay Staff

McKim & Creed, Inc., is pleased to announce that the following professionals have joined the company’s Clearwater and Tampa, Florida offices.

Wayne Guido, Sr. comes to McKim & Creed as a subsurface utility engineering (SUE) project manager. With nearly 30 years of industry experience, he is a Utility Training Academy (UTA) Certified Utility Locator, and has successfully managed large-scale projects for departments of transportation, energy providers, cable and communications companies, and private industries.

Vivian Hong, EIT, joins McKim & Creed as an environmental engineering intern specializing in wastewater treatment plants and remediation systems. She earned a graduate degree in civil engineering, with a focus in water/wastewater treatment, from the University of South Florida.

Pratika Patil joins McKim & Creed as a senior designer specializing in pipeline rehabilitation. As an environmental engineering graduate student at the University of South Florida, Ms. Patil created crash-typing databases of pedestrian and bike crashes within the state of Florida for the Center for Urban Transportation Research.

Raymond Thorn joins McKim & Creed’s Tampa Bay team as an engineering application manager. He has 30 years’ of IT experience within the architecture, engineering and construction industry, and is a graduate of Florida Technical College with a degree in IT management.

Another senior designer new to McKim & Creed is Laurie Vieth. She brings 20+ years’ experience in designing and permitting water, sewer and natural gas pipeline projects, as well as phone and power lines, for various municipalities and private utilities.

McKim & Creed has been named one of the top design and top environmental firms in the US by Engineering News-Record. In the Tampa Bay area, McKim & Creed has been involved in such projects as the Dale Mabry Diversion project, instrumentation and controls at the Van Dyke Wastewater Treatment Plant, and surveying services for FDOT District 7.