Ron Ewing Inducted To ACEC College of Fellows
Honor Recognizes Contribution to the Engineering Profession
During the American Council of Engineering Companies’ annual conference, Ronald L. Ewing, PE, RLS, Dewberry’s chief executive officer, was inducted into the College of Fellows. According to ACEC, the College of Fellows is an elite group of engineers who have made significant contributions to the engineering profession through their experience, knowledge, and networking abilities.
Ewing is currently on the ACEC Metropolitan Washington Board of Directors, where he has served for two years. He has dedicated much of his career to the advancement of the engineering profession through participation on ACEC task forces and committees, and by serving on its executive committee from 1999 to 2001. In addition to being named Fellow at this year’s conference, Ewing received the 2007 Past Chairman's Award for his special contributions to ACEC.
As chief executive officer of Dewberry, Ewing is responsible for directing a professional engineering and architecture firm of over 1870 employees in 35 offices. Last year the firm hit a new milestone by exceeding $300 million in total revenue. From 2002-2005, he served as Dewberry’s chief operating officer. Before joining Dewberry, he was regional general manager for a large international firm. He has participated in the due diligence, acquisition, and integration of several firms.
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