Meet Ken Fellows, PE
Principal Environmental Engineer

Sediment remediation
Setback levees
Industrial compliance
Habitat restoration
Environmental engineering

Tacoma, WA

1988, 2011

Ken chose an environmental engineering career to help restore the environment and leave the world better than he found it. His experience includes working for Puget Sound-area consulting firms, building a consulting practice and leading multi-disciplinary projects from inception through construction. He particularly likes the challenge of bringing a project from an idea to execution.

In 2011, Ken joined GeoEngineers to provide leadership to environmental engineering projects and to help bring together GeoEngineers’ core competencies of natural resources assessment, permitting and environmental restoration. “I was attracted by the opportunities to collaborate with a strong team of great staff and to work on larger and more-exciting projects,” Ken relates.

Ken’s work and leisure interests often overlap. He explains, “I love boating on Puget Sound and enjoy working on projects to restore marine environments and improve boating facilities.” In his free time, Ken also enjoys skiing, home remodeling and being actively involved with his two middle-school-aged sons.

Recent Field Notes

Change Is In The Air: New toxic air regulations coming to Oregon
By Ken Fellows, Aug 16, 2016
Recent high-profile environmental scares like the lead groundwater...

Killer Plastic: The Hidden Threat Destroying our Oceans
By Ken Fellows, Aug 1, 2016
The health of our ocean ecosystems plays a vital role in the overall...