Kevin Bewsey is a licensed civil engineer with two decades of engineering experience in transportation. He started his career at Sacramento County Department of Transportation in design and then spent the next 10 years at a national consulting firm. During his time as a consultant he worked on the design and management of transportation projects for cities and counties throughout northern and central California. He also helped agencies navigate and obtain Highway Bridge Program Funding and led an effort to allow California State Parks to be eligible for this same funding. In 2016, he rejoined the public sector eventually becoming the Capital Program Manager for the City of Elk Grove where he oversaw their $170 million five-year Capital Improvement Program. While at the City he created several partnerships with Caltrans, the City of Sacramento, and other agencies to obtain additional grant funding. He also oversaw several high profile projects funded with grants and bond funding such as the Old Town Plaza and Railroad Street Project. He has recently returned to Sacramento County where he was a Principal Civil Engineer over programming and alternative modes.
Kevin received his BSME from California State University, Sacramento and is a registered professional engineer in California. He lives in the Sacramento, California region with his wife and two children.