Chris Hammer joins GS&P as a senior water resources engineer

July 14, 2014

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — At GS&P, Hammer will focus on project management, staff mentoring and client service throughout the Southeast.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Gresham, Smith and Partners, a multi-disciplinary design and consulting firm for the built environment, announces Chris Hammer, P.E., has joined GS&P as a senior water resources engineer in the firm’s Nashville office, according to a press release. 

He has delivered more than $2 billion of infrastructure projects during his 22-year career, managing water, wastewater and natural gas projects in both the public and private sectors, stated the release. 

At GS&P, Hammer will focus on project management, staff mentoring and client service throughout the Southeast, noted the release.

“Chris brings a results-driven approach to infrastructure design, asset management and total project management,” said Joe Whitson, P.E., executive vice president at Gresham, Smith and Partners. “He is known for his responsiveness, dependability and tremendous work ethic, which is how he has successfully served so many clients in Tennessee and Kentucky. I know GS&P’s clients will value Chris’s knowledge and leadership, and he’ll be an excellent resource for our internal staff as well. We’re proud to welcome him to the team.”

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