Scott Heefner Joins Redhorse as Senior Vice President in the National Capitol Region
November 4, 2016
Scott Heefner joins Redhorse as a Senior Vice President in the National Capitol Region. Scott, who has over 35 years of experience as an engineering and management consultant in the government services, commercial, and international markets will initially focus on leveraging the firm’s current performance and customer relationships in the National Capital Region with heavy emphasis in the Energy and Environmental markets.
Scott is a recognized thought-leader in the care, protection, and economic feasibility of critical infrastructure assets. He has led lines of business in the energy, environment, water, and facilities infrastructure segments. He has also provided subject matter expert support to clients in more than 20 countries and has been an expert witness in multiple federal court cases.
Scott trained as a civil engineer before developing expertise in economic and financial analysis, infrastructure capital investment strategies, organizational transformation, business development, and executive leadership. He earned a Bachelor’s of Civil Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Master of Science in Engineering at Utah State University. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in multiple jurisdictions.
Prior to joining Redhorse, Scott has worked for several professional services organizations including Booz Allen, TASC, and Information International Associates where he served in various executive leadership capacities running diverse lines of technology businesses.
Scott is active in various professional trade organizations and belongs to the Project Management Institute (PMI) and the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). For ASCE, Scott is an invited member of the Industry Leadership Council, a select group of industry thought leaders from a diverse set of public and private sector organizations that advise the ASCE Board of Direction on key issues such as infrastructure investment, life cycle cost analysis, performance-based standards, innovation and resilience. He is also a past member of the Corporate Advisory Group for the American Society of Military Comptrollers (ASMC).