Robert Neath has joined Donohue as Vice President and St. Louis Office Manager. Robert brings 26 years of in-depth experience in water and wastewater planning, design, and construction management for treatment plants, pump stations, conveyance systems, and storage facilities. Areas of expertise include water and wastewater process engineering and construction management.
“I am very pleased that Robert has joined the Donohue team and look forward to working with him as he takes on a leadership role in our St. Louis office. Robert adds to Donohue’s strong bench of wastewater engineers and his construction management expertise will benefit our clients companywide during one of the more challenging phases of the project cycle,” remarked Craig Brunner, President of Donohue.
Robert will be responsible for managing Donohue's Missouri and southwest Illinois operations and growing the business through project and client interactions. Utilizing his extensive design and construction management experiences gained at a distinguished international firm, Robert will manage complex design projects and lead Donohue’s expanding construction management program companywide.
A licensed Professional Engineer in Missouri and Illinois, Robert has a master’s degree in sanitary/environmental engineering and a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from South Dakota State University. Professional organization memberships include Water Environment Federation (WEF), American Water Works Association (AWWA), American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), and the Engineers’ Club of St. Louis.