Dan Brown

Dan Brown

Dan Brown, PE, LEED AP, ENV SP


Clients know Dan for his technical expertise and pro-active client service. As the Managing Director for Civil Engineering in Kansas City, he leads the efforts of the Civil Group by assigning staff, coordinating design efforts, ensuring schedule commitments are maintained, monitoring overall quality control, and confirming client satisfaction. Dan’s experience includes a mix of site and land development projects for both private and public clients, as well as public works projects for local municipalities. Project types include roadway design and studies, sanitary sewer collection and treatment systems, water distribution system design and analysis and stormwater management systems. The Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce Centurions Leadership Program selected Dan as a member of the Class of 2012 and is now an active alum. Improving our community's infrastructure is a passion of his, and as such he's active in the American Public Works Association ("APWA"), currently serving as the Treasurer on the KC Metro Chapter’s Executive Committee and as Chair of the National Public Works Week Committee. He is heavily involved in philanthropic activities with organizations such as Big Brothers and Big Sisters and the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection. He gained his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Missouri-Columbia and is a licensed professional engineer in Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, and Iowa.  In addition, his passion for sustainability is evident through his LEED Accredited Professional and Envision® Sustainability Professional credentials.

Why did you choose Walter P Moore?
…wanted a firm where I could work on a variety of project types, but also on larger, more impactful, projects that continue to broaden my experience and expand my knowledge… a small firm atmosphere along with the resources of a larger firm.
What gives you the most satisfaction in your work?
…when a project that solved the client’s problem is complete, exceeded their expectations, and I drive by it (or on it) and have that feeling of accomplishment.
In a word, what should your co-workers expect of you?
In a word, what do you expect of them?


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