New Environmental Engineer Grows GS&P’s Storm Water Capabilities
The recent GS&P hire, Therese Mehta, brings water quality and sustainable design experience to Dallas office
Gresham, Smith and Partners (GS&P) recently hired Therese Mehta, P.E., as an environmental engineer in its Environmental Services market. In her new role, Mehta will help grow GS&P’s storm water runoff management capabilities by bringing a wide range of engineering experience in water quality improvement methods, permitting and sustainable design.
Mehta has nearly ten years of engineering and planning experience. Most recently, she served as a project manager for the Department of Defense in Dallas. She also worked as a civil engineer for Project Design Consultants in San Diego, where she planned, designed and permitted drainage projects, flood control facilities and other hydraulic structures for achieving low-impact development requirements.
Mehta earned a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering science from Vanderbilt University and a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from San Diego State University. She is a registered professional engineer in the state of Texas and is an active member of the Society of Women Engineers, Engineers Without Borders and the American Society of Civil Engineers.
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