Municipal Staff

Ken Anderson
Director of Field Operations

Mr. Anderson has 45 years’ experience in the construction industry specializing in municipal infrastructure. For 25 years Mr. Anderson served as Owner/Operator of his own civil construction firm, Anderson Contracting, Inc. in Williamsburg, Kentucky, where he performed medium and large-scale water system projects for a multitude of local municipalities and the Department of Transportation. He possesses in-depth technical understanding and hands-on experience in the installation, repair, and replacement of sewer systems, water mains, water and sewer pumping stations, and other under-ground utility system components associated with the conveyance of potable water, wastewater, and storm water. Mr. Anderson oversees all field operations for the company with responsibilities including value engineering, schedule control, performance reporting, and providing direction to the firm’s construction engineers and resident inspectors. Mr. Anderson deals effectively with subcontractors, public utility organizations, regulatory agencies, and third parties at all levels. He is very knowledgeable of safety regulations and ensures that a safe work environment is maintained at each project site.


George Rayes
Engineering Manager

Mr. Rayes possesses more than 30 years of construction, project management, and design experience providing construction management and engineering services to municipal and institutional clients on various types of utility and infrastructure projects. Mr. Rayes is skilled in dealing effectively with contractors, utilities, regulatory agencies and third parties at all levels.  He has participated in the negotiation and resolution of change orders and contractual issues and has provided hands-on training to in-house personnel and to a host of clients. Mr. Rayes specializes in project launch activities including project planning, estimating, design review, constructability review, permitting, pre-construction submittals, scheduling as well as providing technical direction on execution methods.