Parsons is pleased to announce that Robert Davis, Northern California Regional Manager, Civil/Structural division, has been named by Engineering News-Record California (ENR California) as a Top Young Professional for 2019.
Since joining Parsons in 2012, Robert has progressed from his role as an individual contributor to a member of the senior management team for a $7 billion program to the Northern California Regional Manager.
Robert is a registered professional engineer and a Parsons-certified project manager with 17 years of engineering experience. He began his career at Parsons as a program management consultant for the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission’s sewer system improvement program. His ability to help oversee the 20-year, $7 billion citywide program was instrumental in Parsons’ being selected as program manager for the $1.4 billion capital improvement program for the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority. As a member of that team, Robert served as planning lead providing planning and programmatic management services, including overseeing staff and managing resources.
In his current role, Robert provides sales and operational leadership for Parsons’ infrastructure business in California while implementing company strategy, developing key accounts, and overseeing business development and operational aspects of the business.
Robert received his masters’ degree in Business Administration from the University of California, Irvine in 2008, and his bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from San Diego State University in 2002. He has worked to cultivate talent in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields and promote inclusion of excellence across the social spectrum. Through volunteerism and speaking engagements, he continually participates in several industry leading programs including Projects Pull, SSIP Cityworks Program, and Young Community Developers.
ENR California’s Top Young Professionals are selected based on their work experience, industry leadership activities, improvements to the built environment, and service to the community.