WSB promotes Meghan Litsey to lead firm’s environmental compliance efforts

Local engineering firm WSB today announced the promotion of Meghan Litsey to director of environmental compliance. Litsey will oversee the firm’s environmental compliance services and will focus on advancing projects for the firm’s construction, municipal and environmental divisions.

“Meghan is a natural leader who has grown through the ranks at WSB,” said Mike Rief, WSB’s senior vice president of construction services. “She has earned the trust of both field and office staff and shows immense strength and leadership in challenging situations.”

Litsey has worked in the erosion and stormwater industry for nearly ten years and joined WSB in 2014. Throughout her tenure at the firm, she’s held many positions within the environmental compliance service area and is a Certified professional in Erosion and Sediment Control. She recently worked on several high-profile projects throughout the state including supporting the contract environmental compliance officer on the Highway 371 Four-Lane Expansion and prepared and completed the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan for the I-35 Minnesota River Bridge.

“I’m looking forward to stepping into this leadership role,” said Litsey. “I’m most excited to elevate the team to support and grow WSB’s compliance services in Minnesota and other markets. There is a big opportunity in front of us and we have a talented team ready to drive us forward.”

WSB is the fourth-largest engineering firm in the Twin Cities and has 14 offices in four states.

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