Josh Fox promoted to practice leader for water, wastewater group
COLUMBIANA — Herbert, Rowland and Grubic Inc. (HRG) has announced that Harrisburg, Pa. resident Josh Fox, P.E., has been promoted to practice area leader for the firm’s Water and Wastewater Group. Fox will have four areas of primary responsibility: vision and strategy, professional development of staff, project delivery, and business development. As the leader of the Water and Wastewater Group, he will translate technical and regulatory trends into a coherent strategy for meeting the needs of public and private sector utilities. He will also empower staff to execute that strategy through communication, culture, and professional development initiatives. He will ensure all projects are delivered in conformance with the firm’s Quality Management Plan and will continue to serve as project manager for key clients and complex projects. In addition, he will support business development activities across HRG’s entire service area.
“As practice area leader, Josh will oversee all aspects of how HRG serves the water and wastewater industry, while maintaining the relationships he has already built with our clients as a project manager. This is a significant responsibility,” said Chief Operating Officer Andrew Kenworthy, “but he is ready for the task. Josh is extremely focused and organized, and he always performs above expectations. His thoughtfulness and committed work ethic have earned him the respect of our water and wastewater team, making him an effective leader for the group.”
Fox is a licensed professional engineer with 12 years of experience in the design of water and wastewater systems. He has a master of business administration degree from Norwich University and a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering technology from the Pennsylvania College of Technology. He is also an infantry captain in the Pennsylvania Army National Guard.