Scott Cummings is a member of the 2012-2013 Board of Trustees for the Water Environment Federation (WEF), an international organization of water quality professionals headquartered in Alexandria, Va.
Scott is currently a Senior Project Manager for CH2M HILL. In that role he manages and designs water and wastewater treatment and conveyance systems including treatment units, pumping facilities, and piping systems.
With 24 years experience in the water and wastewater profession, Scott has developed qualifications to manage a diverse group of projects, clients and stakeholders. During his career with CH2M HILL and previously with the City of Auburn (Ala.), he has worked with clients on complex projects and developed the ability to manage and lead teams of professionals to deliver quality services. His experience working in both the public and private sector has provided Scott with the ability to understand the broad vision of issues that public utilities face and develop a plan to address large and small projects that provide long-term benefit by understanding the technical, permitting, stakeholder and financial aspects.
A WEF member since 1994, Scott has held multiple leadership and committee roles within WEF. He served on the House of Delegates for three years and is the current chair of WEF’s Constitution and Bylaws Committee. He serves on WEF’s Public Communications and Outreach Committee (Stormwater Subcommittee chair). He has also served on WEF’s Task Force on Stormwater, House of Delegates Nominating Committee, House of Delegates Steering Committee, and various House of Delegates workgroups.
Also an active member of the Alabama Water Environment Association (AWEA), Scott served as AWEA’s secretary, vice president, president and past president. He also served as chair of AWEA’s Government Affairs, Nominating, and Long Range Planning Committees as well as a member of the MA’s Conference & Workshop Planning Committee and Awards Committee.
Scott received the Arthur Sidney Bedell award for extraordinary service to his member association in 2004 and is a member of the Chi Epsilon (National Civil Engineering Honorary) and Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society.
He is a registered professional engineer in the state of Alabama and received a B.S. and M.S. in Civil Engineering from Auburn University (Ala.).