Prior to joining NTH, Mr. Rasor served as VP of Operations for an ENR’s Top 100 Design Firm’s Transportation Discipline. In that role he worked with the Division Managers on execution and delivery of key projects, quality assurance protocols, resource leveling, monitoring of backlog and replenishment, as well as the P/L for the individual profit centers and the overall discipline over a geographic area of five states and two overseas offices for municipal, county, state and federal agencies. Mr. Rasor also served as a City Engineer and led design teams on a variety of transportation infrastructure, municipal infrastructure, and public utility projects.
“Phil is an important strategic hire for us due to his experience in bridge and roadway design, as well as his track record for excellent client service, responsiveness, and leadership,” said Jason Edberg, Senior Vice President and Public Infrastructure Market Lead at NTH. “We are confident that Phil will be able to lend his expertise to NTH’s existing core strengths of condition assessment and structural rehabilitation to help improve our region’s bridge and roadway infrastructure.”
Mr. Rasor is a graduate of Ohio State University with both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Civil Engineering. He has served as a Board Director (2015) for the American Society of Highway Engineers (Central & NE Ohio) and has been a member of the American Public Works Association, the Ohio Water Environment Association, the County Road Association of Michigan, the Michigan Association of County Drain Commissioners, and the Society of Military Engineers.
Mr. Rasor joins our team of professionals who are committed to improving the quality of life in the regions we serve by providing efficient, economical, and sustainable solutions to our water, wastewater, and transportation infrastructure clients. NTH experts help our clients extend the service life of their existing infrastructure through our intense focus on asset management: inspection, condition assessment, and rehabilitation of transportation, water, and wastewater infrastructure.