Joe oversees the day-to-day activities of Keller Engineers. He has over 40 years’ experience in all phases of engineering and project management, from project inception to final design, and construction close out.
He works closely with the company’s management team to establish operating policies and procedures. He assists managers in preparing proposals and negotiating contracts and works with the Business Development team to evaluate industry trends, target new areas, and evaluate and assure client satisfaction.
Joe has a passion for serving and giving back to the community. Current activities include:
A few of Joe’s Awards and Recognitions:
Dan has led Keller Engineers’ Water/Wastewater projects and team members since the division was established in 1992. As the Division Director, he supervises, manages, and implements all water and wastewater projects from design through construction, and project closeout. Dan works with municipal entities to prepare funding applications, annual reports, budgets, Chapter 94 updates, provide consultation, and attend meetings.
He has been involved in the design and construction of various types of large and small water and wastewater engineering projects. He has extensive experience as a liaison with state and federal permitting agencies on water quality management permits, water allocation permits, NPDES permits, etc.
Dan also supervises the design and construction management of anaerobic digesters. His team has designed and installed digesters on dairy farms as small as 450 milking heads and as large as 2,200 milking heads.
He is a member of the National Utility Contractors Association – Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Groundwater Association, Pennsylvania Municipal Authority Association, Pennsylvania Rural Water Association, and the Water Environment Federation.
Andy is responsible for the supervision and management of all surveying and related work. He has served in this position since 1992. Andy’s responsibilities include project and staff scheduling, project budgets, courthouse research, utility field location, and coordination and supervision of the Survey Division staff. He conducts or manages engineering and aerial mapping control surveys for and public and private clients and provides technical assistance in resolving boundary and right-of-way locations.
Andy also has extensive experience with field survey and base map preparation in accordance with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) projects. Additionally, he is responsible for preparing preliminary and final right-of-way plans for municipal, county, and PennDOT owned projects.
He is experienced in using a wide variety of survey instruments including, but not limited to, EDM’s with data collection, auto-tracking robotic total stations, and survey grade GPS, as well as AutoCAD and SurvCAD.
Andy is a member of the Pennsylvania Society of Land Surveyors and the West Virginia Society of Land Surveyors.
Pennsylvania - Gettysburg
Bill opened Wm. F. Hill & Assoc. in 1982 providing water and wastewater engineering services to municipal authorities. Today, Wm. F. Hill & Assoc., a division of Keller Engineers, Inc., is a full-service civil engineering firm. With more than 45 years’ experience, Bill serves as the Director of the Gettysburg office overseeing the day-to-day operation of the office, team members, and clients, and he manages projects.
In addition to being a Professional Engineer, Bill is a Pennsylvania licensed Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator. He has served as an Instructor for the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development and the Harrisburg Area Community College in the area of Wastewater Treatment Plant Operations. He has also written numerous magazine articles for the Pennsylvania Water Environmental Association and the Keystone Tap, a publication of the Pennsylvania Rural Water Association.
He is a member of the Pennsylvania Rural Water Association, the Central Pennsylvania Water Quality Association, the Water Environment Federation, and the Pennsylvania Water Environment Association.
In this role Diana manages the firm’s Business Development Team and oversees marketing, advertising, proposal development, customer service, market research, outreach activities, and social media. She works with the firm’s leadership team to track industry trends, and research expansion opportunities. She has been with Keller Engineers since 2006.
Diana serves on several business and non-profit committees and boards such as five Chambers of Commerce, Operation Our Town, The ROCK After School Program, the American Rescue Workers, The American Heart Association, and a regional economic development organization. Diana chairs an annual charity golf outing sponsored by Keller Engineers and the annual “Engineers CAN Fight Hunger”– a food competition among local engineering firms. She also volunteers at several non-profit fundraising events.
New Jersey - Camden
Sam manages the operation of the Keller Engineers of New Jersey location in Camden, New Jersey, and the Camden team. He possesses over 38 years’ experience in the administration, management, design, and construction of complex structural, civil, and transportation engineering projects. Throughout his career, his technical experience has been balanced between design and construction, while serving public and private industries.
Sam has extensive experience coordinating projects prior to the advertisement. This up-front work saves our clients time and expenses by assisting stakeholders to reach consensus with a preferred solution and providing constructability expertise in advance of advertisement to mitigate potential delays and requests during construction.
He is active the American Society of Highway Engineers – the local Chapter and National Committee, the American Civil Engineering Council of New Jersey, the Camden Business Association, the Southern New Jersey Development Council, and the New Jersey Alliance for Action.
Tom has served as the Director of Transportation since the division’s inception in 1993. He is responsible for the supervision and management of the bridge, roadway, structure, railroad, bridge inspection, and construction inspection teams. He manages transportation design and bridge inspection services conducted by the Transportation Division. His responsibilities include project and staff scheduling, project budgets, and supervision of the Transportation Division team.
Tom is the Project Manager for transportation projects for state, county, municipal, and private entities including design of state and federally funded projects using Department of Transportation criteria. He also serves as a liaison with clients, review and funding agencies, and attends project, public, and municipal meetings to assist with project funding acquisition and reimbursement.
Tom is active in industry organizations such as the American Society of Highway Engineers (Tom has served in roles ranging from President of the local Altoona Section, a Region 4 National Director, and the National President). He is also a member of the Association of Pennsylvania Contractors, the Pennsylvania Highway Information Association, and serves on several community organizations.
Pennsylvania - State College
With more than 30 years civil engineering experience, Michael has been managing Keller Engineers’ State College branch office since 2002. He is responsible for the supervision and management of the branch’s team members and projects. Michael has extensive experience in design, permitting, project management, and coordination of land development and construction projects. He also serves as a liaison for clients by coordinating with local, state and federal agencies, architects, contractors, and utility and regulatory entities.
He manages projects from initial feasibility study through the design, permitting, public hearing, and construction processes. Additionally, he serves as the consulting engineer for various Pennsylvania municipalities; responsibilities include plan reviews, site inspections, project and construction coordination and management.
Michael is a member of the American Council of Engineering Companies and the American Society of Highway Engineers.
Wendy has been leading the firm’s Accounting Division since 1995. She and the Accounting team are responsible for managing the company’s financial records including budgeting, financial reporting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, time reporting, payroll, retirement plan records, property management, client and vendor accounts, annual audits, FAR overhead rate, and maintaining GAAP compliance. She contributes to and oversees human resource functions including employment records and benefits.
Wendy participates in the company’s Contributions Committee and assists in record keeping.
Having 28 years’ civil engineering experience, Brian is responsible for the supervision, management, and implementation of Keller Engineers’ Land Development projects, as well as the firm’s Land Development team. He is also responsible for managing schedules and budgets
Brian coordinates projects through the government and planning commission review processes, conducts Quality Assurance/Quality Control reviews, and provides project administration through construction completion. He also serves as a municipal engineer providing services such as the review of subdivision and land development plans, consultation, and preparing permits and reports. Additionally, he coordinates projects with clients, review agencies, funding agencies, attends meetings, and assists with acquiring project funding, and reimbursement.
Keller Engineers is the easiest engineer that our Township has worked with. All their engineers and employees are really friendly and helpful. Karen Cregger, Secretary/Treasurer Southampton Township, Bedford County