As Emory & Henry’s project manager, David Kidd’s responsibilities include reviewing construction documents, contracts, budgets, and schedules to ensure quality constructed buildings for use by the college community. He represents the College’s interest with respect to safe jobsites and timely constructed facilities.
Prior to being named project manager at Emory & Henry in 2013, David Kidd served as engineer and building official for Washington County, Roanoke County, and the towns of Hillsville and Christiansburg. He has had additional higher education experience as codes engineer for more than six years with Virginia Tech in the Facilities Department. He obtained his bachelor of science degree in civil engineering from Bluefield State College before earning his professional engineers license in 2008. He lives in Abingdon with his wife, Latisha, and three children.