Full Name
Beverley Stinson
Job Title
Executive Vice President, Global Business Line Chief Executive, Water
Speaker Bio
Dr. Beverley Stinson is the executive vice president for AECOM’s Global Water business line, responsible for approximately $1B (USD) in annual revenue and nearly 6,000 professionals worldwide. As a business leader, Bev is committed to upholding the highest standards of delivery in engineering planning, design and management, across a diverse range of markets. As an accomplished civil engineer, she is widely recognized as a wastewater expert with an emphasis on applied research and innovation. Dr. Stinson has focused her career on developing cutting-edge technologies and identifying novel solutions for some of the world’s most complex water challenges, including emerging issues like water reuse, energy neutrality, and PFAS. She has led numerous large municipal wastewater and biosolids master planning programs for clients throughout the world and has conducted extensive research into biological nutrient removal processes, co-digestion, and nutrient and energy recovery processes.

Beverley studied civil engineering at Queen’s University, Belfast, where she received her doctorate. She is actively engaged with industry-leading organizations and advocates such as the Water Environment Federation, the Water Research Foundation, and the National Association of Clean Water Agencies. Her projects have received numerous awards and her insights have been documented widely in technical publications and presentations. She has served as a principal investigator and technical contributor for the Water Research Foundation on numerous projects including the recent mainstream deammonification compendium. Most recently she presented on the subject of Innovative Process for Granulation of Continuous Flow Activated Sludge at Singapore International Water Week 2021, and led discussions on the future of Water Recycling at the 2021 Water Reuse Conference in California. In addition she has collaborated extensively with local and federal agencies to promote the importance of wastewater surveillance in protecting public health.
Beverley Stinson