Brian Stephens, PEPrincipal, Director of Treatment
Brian Stephens, PE, is a Principal and Parkhill’s Director of Treatment. As an expert in water and wastewater treatment, he has directed engineering services for projects ranging from $1 million to $80 million. Stephens is passionate about providing clean and affordable potable drinking water to Parkhill’s clients. He identifies and provides effective treatment and reuse solutions to our clients’ treatment of wastewater so we can minimize our effect of potable groundwater usage here in our West Texas and Southeast New Mexico communities. Stephens is a dedicated advocate for the Engineering profession and is actively involved in the National Society of Professional Engineers and American Society of Civil Engineers. He is also a member of the American Water Works Association and the Water Environment Foundation. For his dedication and professional conduct, Brian was recognized as the “Young Engineer of the Year” for the South Plains Chapter of TSPE in 2011.
“I think that Building Community means we have the opportunity to serve our clients in facilitating new and much-needed infrastructure for their community to effectively serve the citizens of that community for years to come.”
Why did you choose Parkhill?
“I chose Parkhill because of the quality of people that work here. At Parkhill, you aren’t a number and are not treated as unimportant. You are part of the family and that is why most of our staff have long tenures of service here at Parkhill.”
Why did you choose your profession?
“I was always good at Algebra, and my high school math teacher told me that I should be an engineer. I didn’t have any other ideas—so I decided to give engineering a try.”
What are your hobbies and interests?
“I like to follow Texas Tech sports, and enjoy hunting and fishing.”
What are your outside affiliations?
“I am affiliated with Hillside Christian Church in Lubbock and enjoy serving there each Sunday. I also have enjoyed serving on the local United Way campaigns to raise funds for the needy in our community.”
What is a unique or interesting tidbit about yourself?
“Before I moved to Lubbock as a young teenager, I spent my early years growing up in Nebraska.”