Introducing Kevin Kohler

Project Engineer at IER

John Van Wingerden \ March 16, 2021

Kevin Kohler chose to serve his nation directly after leaving high school, joining the US Marine Corps, where he served as a mechanic, receiving extensive training in various areas of maintenance.  He received numerous awards and commendations and served on several overseas deployments.

Kevin joined IER in 2009, and has held various positions including Plant Manager, Regional Manager, and now Project Engineer.  With tremendous work ethic and inherent curiosity, Kevin has gained invaluable experience in product development and automated chemical feed and control systems. To further assist IER’s clients, Kevin has completed numerous wastewater treatment courses and earned several certificates while progressing towards an engineering degree.

He resides in Walla Walla, WA, with his wife and daughter. Outside of work, Kevin enjoys the great outdoors, especially hunting and fishing.

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Over the years, IER have helped many customers, from a range of industries, with their wastewater challenges. The strength and success of our organisation is due to quality of our products and the commitment of our team.

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