An Arizona native and recent Denver transplant, water has always been a topic of discussion in Taylor’s life. It’s only natural he found his fit in the water sector of engineering, where he can help local communities, municipalities, and the greater southwest region improve their use and reuse of such a precious resource.
He’s an advocate for educating people on the need to use our water resources responsibly and to build resilient community infrastructure that helps support that goal in the long-term. Having just completed his term as the US Lead for our Developing Professionals Group (DPG), Taylor loves working with company leadership to uncover opportunities and connectivity for staff across the country. He’s always looking to see who can serve as a new mentor.
At work, Taylor is working on conveyance projects around the country. This looks like drought resistant water infrastructure in Middle Tennessee, sizing sewer interceptors at the City of Phoenix, or helping Parker, Colorado, grow with the Water Resource Centralization Project. It’s no surprise then, outside of work, Taylor loves to travel. Closer to home, he’s a soccer player and soccer fan (Arsenal FC), with a goal of visiting every MLS stadium.