CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif. January 28, 2021 – LEE + RO, Inc., today announced that Kevin Saleh, P.E., has joined LEE + RO as a supervising engineer. He will work out of the City of Industry office. Saleh has over two decades of experience in planning, design, construction management, and construction support services for a variety of public works projects.
His water and wastewater experience include treatment facility processes/projects; conveyance systems, including water distribution pipelines, pumping facilities, reservoirs, pressure reducing stations, and surge facilities; as well as wastewater lift stations, collection systems, and force mains.
Said Charles Ro, LEE + RO president: “Kevin has successfully completed well over 80 projects across California over the past 16 years that run the gamut of challenges in both water and wastewater. His depth of experience and geographic familiarity strengthens LEE + RO’s position throughout California as we continue to meet the demands of our clients’ growing infrastructure needs”
"I’ve followed the work of LEE + RO for several years,” said Saleh, “and I’m impressed with the leadership, their vision, and company philosophy. I’m excited to be able to help them execute on that vision as well as being part of the team that is working to promote, advocate, and advance the understanding and application of membrane technology.”
Prior to joining LEE + RO, Saleh was a technical manager at Michael Baker International and a project manager at CivilSource/NV5, where he specialized in providing comprehensive design and program management services. Saleh also served as an associate engineer with AKM and started his U.S. career in Maryland with Watek Engineering.
Saleh received his B.S. degree in civil engineering from the University of Tabriz in Iran and his associate degree in computer programming/systems analysis from Seneca College in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He’s a registered professional engineer (civil) in the states of California and Maryland. Saleh is a member of the American Membrane Technology Association.