Ken Morris Rejoins Benham
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (06/13/2016)– Benham, a Haskell Company, announced today that Ken Morris has re-joined Benham as the Civil Engineering Regional Manager for the Civil Engineering Division in Oklahoma City, specializing in bridge & transportation design, traffic engineering, site design and GIS & surveying. Morris was President of KME, LLC Edmond, Oklahoma for the past five years and serves as a Director on the national board of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
While at Benham previously for 15 years, Mr. Morris served as a Managing Director, Program Manager for the OTA General Consultant Contract and as Manager of the Oklahoma City Civil Group. He has been Project Manager on numerous contracts with the Oklahoma Department of Transportation and other clients, offering specific strengths as a Transportation and Traffic Engineer. Mr. Morris brings 37 years total experience in the public and private sectors, eight of which were spent as the Chief Traffic Engineer, City of Oklahoma City.
“Ken brings a wealth of experience, expertise, leadership and Benham history which will benefit our company and all our clients. I am proud to welcome Ken back as part of our Benham Team.”
– Adam West, Senior Vice President, Benham
About Benham, a Haskell Company:
Effective April 16, 2016, Haskell, one of the nation’s leading fully integrated design, engineering and construction firms, acquired Benham from Leidos Engineering, LLC. This acquisition brings the Haskell family of companies to over 1300 professional staff operating in 19 offices, dedicated to client needs in both public and private sectors. As one of the nation’s longest standing and pioneering professional design operations, Benham draws on its 107-year legacy of providing innovative solutions in engineering, architecture and DesignBuildSM project delivery across a wide spectrum of project and facility types worldwide.