Kansas City, MO
Terry Leeds is a Civil Engineer with 28 years experience in the water industry, and started his engineering career with Black & Veatch. He worked on water/wastewater projects as a design engineer and project engineer. In 1995, he began working for the Water Services Department of Kansas City. He has held several different positions in the City having worked in the Facilities Engineering Division, the Stormwater Engineering Division, and the Capital Improvements Management Office. In 2005, Mr. Leeds became the Manager of Kansas City’s Overflow Control Program. Working with a consultant program team in the Water Services Offices, he was responsible for the development of the Overflow Control Plan for Kansas City. In 2009, Mr. Leeds began overseeing the Stormwater Utility Activities in addition to managing the Overflow Control Program. He has served as the Director of Kansas City Water Services since January of 2012. Mr. Leeds earned a BS in Civil Engineering at the University of Missouri-Rolla.