Chuck Reynolds

   TEMPE, ARIZONA (April 8, 2020) – Terracon, an engineering consulting firm, is pleased to announce it has promoted Chuck Reynolds to Senior Principal, Senior Client Development Manager.

Reynolds has been with Terracon for 14 years. Previously he was Principal, Senior Client Development Manager.

His promotion is in recognition for his contributions to the firm over a broad geographic area and cross-country influence to grow the company. Reynolds will continue his role as Senior Client Development Manager based in Phoenix.

Reynolds’ primary focus is to support offices in Arizona and New Mexico. However, he has interaction with offices nationwide and particularly in Terracon’s Western Operating Group.

“Chuck lives Terracon’s vision at being best at people, leading in innovation and leads us in becoming dominate in our markets,” said Darren Bruns, Director of Client Development Western Operating Group. “Specifically, Chuck’s innovative ideas as it relates to brand recognition using media, technology and strategic partners is truly inspiring to the entire Terracon team.”

A native of Albuquerque, N.M., Reynolds earned a BS in geology from the University of New Mexico. He holds positions and is actively involved with numerous industry groups. They include:

Co-Chair, Arizona Conference on Roads and Streets; American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC); American Public Works Association (APWA); Arizona Energy Consortium (AEC); Urban Land Institute Arizona District Council (ULI); Arizona Association for Economic Development (AAED); Valley Partnership; and the Tempe Chamber of Commerce.

Terracon is an employee-owned consulting engineering firm with more than 5,000 employee-owners providing environmental, facilities, geotechnical, and materials services from more than 140 offices with services available in all 50 states. Terracon currently ranks 24th on the Engineering News-Record list of Top 500 Design Firms and is ranked No. 1 in Asbestos and Lead Abatement Design.

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