Deery Joins Gannett Fleming as Senior Vice President, Expands Infrastructure Growth in Western U.S.

January 12, 2021
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Gannett Fleming recognizes that solutions implemented today must also deliver safe, efficient, and reliable functionality in the infrastructure ecosystem of the future. To expand the firm’s multi-market services and help clients navigate the next era of infrastructure delivery, Gannett Fleming is pleased to welcome Joseph Deery, PE, as a senior vice president and market executive.

As market executive, Deery will lead client and project development strategies with an emphasis on growing and diversifying services in California and the Western U.S. With 33 years of construction, design, and delivery experience in developing and supporting complex programs and projects, he will engage on key projects to deliver exceptional client service and quality. This role will seamlessly bring together Gannett Fleming’s broad market solutions to clients and cover the life cycle of planning, design, program and construction management, operations, and maintenance services.

“Adding Joseph to our growing team will better connect our clients to the full resources Gannett Fleming has to offer across multiple markets and services,” said John Derr, PE, executive vice president of Gannett Fleming. “His leadership and creativity, along with his collaborative approach, align well with our mission to realize our clients’ visions of success.”

Deery possesses a keen understanding of the unique issues and priorities of our California clients, amassed over his years of market and region experience, which enable him to craft optimal solutions to our clients’ most complex and challenging assignments. Deery has had a robust career shaping infrastructure projects using forward-thinking solutions, technology, and alternative project delivery methods. From his San Francisco base, Deery will partner with clients locally and throughout the Western U.S. in support of their mission.

“Mobility of the future will be vastly different than today. Technology disruptions ranging from autonomous vehicles to artificial intelligence will change the way people and goods move,” Deery said. “The industry is at a point where technology can catapult our aging infrastructure into the next generation. Now is the time to build on cutting-edge technology and continue to integrate it into our infrastructure.”