Eric Wilson Appointed Vice President and Environmental Division Leader

We are proud to announce Eric Wilson, LEED AP as Dudek’s new Environmental Group Leader. Eric has been with the firm for 5 years and has 22 years of expertise in his field. With a proven track record delivering exceptional results and unparalleled client experiences, Eric will spearhead Dudek’s environmental consultancy during a time of positive growth.

“I have had the honor of working alongside Eric Wilson for the past five years, and have realized that he gets it––all of it––our culture, our business, and our client service model,” said Joe Monaco, President of Dudek. “I know that Eric will carry on the tradition of high performance and quality work that we are all proud to deliver.”

Eric has been an invaluable contributor to Dudek’s environmental business and an exceptional example of the firm’s culture. Throughout his career, Eric has prioritized client relationships across a spectrum of projects. His commitment to client satisfaction coupled with his ability to nimbly navigate complex regulations has equipped Eric to consistently deliver innovative solutions.

“It is a very exciting time at Dudek. I’m thrilled to be a part of a growing group of people who are passionate about their work and who embody a culture where client and employee satisfaction is paramount,” said Eric. “This ethos drives our business and delivers benchmark projects, happy clients, and employees that truly love what they do.”

Eric has managed a number of large contracts with clients such as the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Los Angeles County Department of Public Works, Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation, City of Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, City of Los Angeles Bureau of Engineering, City of West Hollywood, Los Angeles Unified School District, and Port of Los Angeles.

Many high-profile projects have been shaped by his environmental expertise including his contributions to the development of the Sunset Strip Off-Site Signage Policy, the Los Angeles County Renewable Energy Ordinance, and the Echo Park Lake Rehabilitation Project, which balanced water quality objectives with ecological benefits, recreational needs, and historic preservation in one of LA’s most historic and diverse neighborhoods. Eric has also authored environmental studies for dozens of major infill developments and infrastructure projects across California.