Brett Curry

Environmental Manager

Brett’s work has taken him to Antarctica, to Washington D.C, and from Michigan to Seattle, WA. In Seattle, Brett supervises the local KES team and operations. As Environmental Manager on the Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Project, the largest tunnel replacement project in the world, Brett manages daily operations relating to environmental and performs soil sampling, manages soil disposal, permitting and Section 106 storm water permitting. Brett has been with KES for more than eight years. As a Certified Erosion and Sediment Control Lead, he oversees environmental controls and water treatment systems. Brett has performed field engineering services for large environmental redevelopment projects and has extensive experience in water treatment operations including reverse osmosis systems. He graduated from Western State College in Colorado with a BS in Biology with a minor in Environmental Law.

Meet the Team

  • Tamara Kroner

    Owner & President

  • Kurt Kroner

    Project Manager

  • Philip Chang

    PhD Principal Environmental Engineer

  • Michael Wolff

    Principal Environmental Geologist

  • Philip Jo

    Principal Environmental Engineer

  • Albert Rogers

    Foreman/Senior Site Manager

  • Joey Heraldez

    Chemical Engineering

  • Tom Vernor

    Environmental Site Supervisor

  • Douglas Glenn

    Environmental Technician

  • Alex Grant

    Environmental Scientist

  • Gabriel Illingworth

    Environmental Manager

  • Muriel Nacar

    Environmental Engineer

  • Michael Lucey

    Environmental Technician

  • Monica Avina

    Office Manager/Administrative

  • Dennis Mehaffey

    Noise Monitoring Technician, CAD Technician