Kimberly Martin, who earned her bachelor's degree in civil engineering from the University of Arizona, was recently appointed to senior engineer at Keller, a geotechnical engineering contractor.
“The construction industry is well-positioned to benefit from infrastructure renewal, urbanization and expanding cities. As the global climate crisis worsens, we face the challenges of cutting carbon emissions, limiting waste and using more environmentally friendly materials and processes," Martin said.
According to Keller, Martin previously served as a lead geotechnical engineer at Exxon Mobil and worked at Arizona State University's Center for Bio-mediated and Bio-inspired Geotechnics. She is also the past chair of the Arizona Geo-Institute and also serves on the sustainability committees of the Geo-Institute and the Deep Foundations Institute.
“By offering innovative products and solutions for a sustainable future, Keller is proactively leading the geotechnical sector," Martin said. "For these reasons, I am excited and proud to join the Keller team.”