Gregory A. Kelly

Board of Advisors

Gregory A. Kelly, P.E., is the President and CEO of STV since October 2020. He is responsible for guiding the firm toward achieving its short- and long-term strategic goals with an emphasis on performance, business development, technology, and human capital. Previously as a member of WSP’s Senior Executive Team he was responsible for global operations, policy and direction for an engineering and professional services organization of 42,000 employees in more than 550 offices in 40 countries.

As chief executive officer of the USA region of WSP from January 2015 until September 2019, Mr. Kelly directed the operations of the firm in the United States, overseeing a workforce of more than 7,000 employees and achieving nearly US $2 billion in annual revenue. Under his leadership the firm was active on hundreds of projects in the region, across the transportation and infrastructure sectors, as well as in buildings, energy, water and environment end markets. In this role, he aggressively developed expertise across the company that enabled WSP USA to execute all types of projects in any region of the country. Mr. Kelly led WSP USA in exploring ways to best implement alternative project delivery methods. 

Mr. Kelly has served as the Vice Chair of the New York Building Congress, Chairman of the Salvadori Center, which focuses on STEM education for New York City schools, Chairman of the March of Dimes Transportation & Construction Industry Breakfast and a member of the Philadelphia Chamber CEO Council for Growth.  He also serves on the following boards:  Advisory Board of NYU School of Engineering and the Board of Visitors for the Temple University College of Engineering.   Additionally, Mr. Kelly is a member of the National Academy of Construction (NAC) and The Moles, one of the most prestigious organizations for the heavy construction industry. He is past Chairman of the Design Professionals Coalition, a Board Member of the Association for the Improvement of Americas Infrastructure (AIAI), a member of the executive committee of the Construction Industry Roundtable (CIRT), and a member of the Advisory Council for Accelerator for America, a national non-profit focused on launching local initiatives on jobs and infrastructure.

Mr. Kelly has degrees from Temple University and the New Jersey Institute of Technology.