Terry Neimeyer retired in December 2021 as the CEO and Chairman of the Board of one of the larger 100% employee-owned engineering firms, KCI, headquartered in Baltimore, MD with 34 offices in 15 states in the Mid/South/North Atlantic regions and Texas. KCI has over 1,500 employees and over $231 million in annual revenues and is the 67th largest engineering firm in the US. Terry joined the firm in 1977 and served in numerous leadership roles for the company, including chief engineer of the civil engineering operations in Maryland and North Carolina. In December 1995 Neimeyer became president, a position he held until June 2006. He then served as chief executive officer for nearly two decades and chairman of the board for 21 years.
Mr. Neimeyer and KCI are committed to sustainability and he is the past Board member and Chairman of the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure and is an ENV SP. In 2009, KCI was awarded LEED Gold level certification for their headquarters in Sparks by the USGBC. This state-of-the-art 120,000 square foot building uses 50% less water and 30% less energy than a traditionally designed building. He is the past Chairman of the Maryland and Baltimore County Chambers of Commerce and a Past Chairman for the American Council of Engineering Companies, past Chair of the ASCE’s Industry Leaders Council and has served on the Boards of ASCE and the US Chamber of Commerce.
He earned a B.S. in civil engineering from the University of Delaware, a M.S. in environmental engineering from Johns Hopkins University, and a M.B.A. from Wilmington College. He is a registered professional engineer in six states.