HDR’s Jill Marilley has been named president-elect of the American Public Works Association during the group’s 2017 Public Works Exposition in Orlando, Florida.
She will be active in this leadership role during 2017-2018 and will serve as APWA president for 2018-2019.
Marilley is a senior construction manager based in HDR’s Bellevue, Washington, office. She has more than 30 years of public and private industry experience, including 10 years at HDR.
“Her responsibilities have included providing high-quality design and construction management services for public clients throughout the Puget Sound region, on projects up to $120 million with teams of over 50 people,” HDR says.
Previous work includes serving Seattle Public Utilities and Seattle Engineering (now Seattle Department of Transportation) as a senior project and construction manager, and as the downtown construction coordinator for the city of Seattle, coordinating the efforts of public and private developments during construction of the major baseball and football stadiums. She also served as the public works director and city engineer for the city of Mill Creek, and as city engineer for the city of Shoreline, both in Washington.
Marilley began here service in APWA in 1997 and has been on the associations national Board of directors since 2011. She also served as the APWA Washington Chapter President and in other various committee and leadership roles.