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Jeff Hicks has joined Kidder Mathews as director of engineering & sustainability for asset services across the firm’s 20 offices on the West Coast

Kidder Mathews Names Engineering & Sustainability Chief

Jeff Hicks has joined Kidder Mathews as SVP and director of engineering & sustainability for asset services across the firm’s 20 West Coast locations.

Based in Bellevue, WA, Hicks will be responsible for the management of the firm’s engineering program, including hiring technical personnel, oversight of the building engineering safety and training program, and business development for the division. He will also oversee Kidder Mathews’ sustainability practice.

With 15 years’ industry experience, Hicks brings a diverse background of executive leadership, including account management in commercial office, healthcare, hotel, mixed-use, retail, industrial and government sectors. Before joining Kidder Mathews, he served as a business development manager at PSR Mechanical, a division of Service Logic, the largest privately held energy and HVAC mechanical services company in the U.S.


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