Shannon Lambert has been named Chief Operating Officer at Barge Design Solutions Inc. in Nashville.Lambert, who has more than 25 years of experience, was previously director of the firm’s Water …
Shannon Lambert has been named Chief Operating Officer at Barge Design Solutions Inc. in Nashville.
Lambert, who has more than 25 years of experience, was previously director of the firm’s Water Services Business Unit.
Under his leadership, Water Services diversified its client base across new geographic regions. He was elected to the firm’s Board of Directors in 2018.
Lambert’s technical experience includes project management for water and wastewater treatment plant expansions and upgrades, sewer collection systems, and water distribution systems for utilities across the Southeast.
Lambert is President Elect and co-chair of the Water Professionals Leadership Academy for the Kentucky-Tennessee Water Environment Association (WEA), and is a Water Environment Federation (WEF) Water Leadership Institute alumnus.
He is a University of Missouri-Rolla alumnus with undergraduate and graduate degrees in Civil Engineering. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Alabama, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, Tennessee and Texas. Lambert and his family reside in Franklin.
Barge Design Solutions Inc., has helped to improve and create a better quality of life in communities across the United States. Staff includes engineers, architects,
It has landscape architects, planners, biologists, geologists, scientists, and surveyors in offices in Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, Ohio, and Texas. The company is ranked No. 182 on Engineering News-Record’s (ENR) Top 500 Design Firms list.
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