Larry Johnson, PE, DBIA, PMP, serves as the Second Vice President/Secretary on the WDBC Board of Directors. In this capacity, he chairs the board’s Governance Committee, is responsible for the oversight of, compliance with, and updating the Council’s bylaws and ensuring that the roles and responsibilities of the officers are fulfilled. In the event of the absence of either the operations manager or executive director, he is also responsible for establishing the agenda and minutes of those meetings of the board of directors and/or Executive Committee; and exercising the duties of the president in the absence of the first vice president.
Larry has 38 years of design, project management, program management, construction management, and design-build experience in the water and wastewater industry. He has worked for both engineering and at-risk construction companies on some of the world’s largest and most complex water and wastewater programs in United States, Australia and Europe. For the past 23 years he has been focused exclusively on collaborative delivery and has completed more than 18 design-build and construction management at risk projects. He has demonstrated throughout his career that he can manage large and complex engineering and construction projects, including the $350 million Los Vaqueros Dam and Water Supply Program in Contra Costa County, California; the $150 million Windy Gap Dam and Water Supply Project on the Colorado River in Granby, Colorado; the $6.25 billion Clean Waterways Programme in Sydney, Australia; and the $3.5 billion Asset Management Programme in Warrington, England.
Larry holds a BS in civil and environmental engineering from Clarkson University in Potsdam, NY, and is a registered professional engineer in California and is a certified DBIA professional and a project management professional with the Project Management Institute.