Wharton-Smith Announces Key Role Changes in Water/Wastewater Division

Sanford, FL – January 18, 2018 – Wharton-Smith recently announced strategic changes to key personnel in the company’s Water/Wastewater Division.

Todd O’Donnell, Division Manager – Tampa Water/Wastewater,  will take on the new role of Director of Business Development – Water/Wastewater. In his new role, Todd will be responsible for identifying and developing new business relationships and maintaining a robust industry and community network. He will work with executive team members to align business development goals with the company’s strategic plan. Todd will partner with Division Managers to create a blueprint for increasing business development activities in all of our regional offices. Todd has more than 25 years of construction industry experience and has been with Wharton-Smith for 18 years. Todd holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Auburn University.

Bob Hahn’s role as a Division Manager for Orlando Water/Wastewater will be expanded to include the Tampa operations.  Bob has more than 30 years of experience in construction and has been with Wharton-Smith for 24 years in a variety of roles including project engineer, project manager, project executive and division manager. In addition to his professional experience, Bob has a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Ohio State University.