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Public officials and agencies rely on our diverse scope of services to deliver positive results for their local communities and constituents. In the face of funding challenges, aging infrastructure, regulatory uncertainties, and pressures from stakeholders, we offer you a clear understanding of regulatory responsibilities and an integrated approach to engineering, design, construction, and consulting. We work hand-in-hand with public agencies at all levels, providing comprehensive, turn-key services and reliable, cost-effective solutions that address the challenges of their communities’ unique infrastructure and economic development projects.
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Our experience in the public sector spans a wide breadth of project types, including economic master planning, infrastructure resources, watershed planning, brownfields redevelopment, abandoned mine lands reclamation, and support for solid waste, water/wastewater, and transportation initiatives. By skillfully incorporating advanced technologies, stakeholder input, and client advocacy in our holistic approach, we can provide custom-tailored, innovative solutions that meet your short- and long-term planning and engineering needs — all while working within your spending thresholds.
Your CEC Expert:
Timothy D. Murphy, CESSWI
Public Sector Lead
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Timothy D. Murphy, CESSWI
Mr. Murphy has over 20 years of leadership experience in the environmental industry. Prior to joining CEC in 2014, Mr. Murphy served as the Environmental Commissioner for the City of Toledo. As the Environmental Commissioner, Mr. Murphy was responsible for overseeing the Division of Environmental Services which performs many duties including, but not limited to, maintaining compliance with all air and water regulations in the Toledo – Lucas County region, brownfield remediation and redevelopment, emergency response, sustainability, energy efficiency and alternative energy projects.
Mr. Murphy also served as the Local Air Agency Director, as a contractual agent for the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency and has extensive knowledge of local, state and federal environmental regulations. Under Mr. Murphy’s leadership, the City of Toledo obtained and administered over $15 million in competitive environmental grants from the US EPA, Ohio EPA and the Ohio Department of Development among others.
In August of 2014 during the “Do Not Drink” water emergency in the City of Toledo, Mr. Murphy took over as the Commissioner of the Division of Water Treatment. His extensive knowledge and good working relationship with the regulatory agencies was crucial as he developed and began implementation of short and long-term improvement to the Collins Park Water Treatment facility to address the harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) in Lake Erie. During his tenure as Environmental and Water Commissioner Mr. Murphy also provided oversight to Toledo Public Power (TPP), the City of Toledo’s municipal power utility.