San Francisco Director
Summer Bundy is a Client Account Manager and environmental engineer at Jacobs (formerly CH2M Hill) with almost two decades of civil infrastructure experience. She has worked on City of San Francisco infrastructure projects for nearly 15 years. Summer is currently working with the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission to plan and design the $1.6 billion project to replace the 1950s-era solids handling facilities at the City’s Southeast wastewater plant. She has recently begun work on the Port of San Francisco’s Seawall Resiliency Project, where is leading the stakeholder engagement effort. Summer’s interests lie in incorporating innovation and sustainability into major urban capital programs in this era of aged assets, rising construction costs, and competing infrastructure needs. Summer established CH2M’s highly respected Community Benefits program, which seeks to target volunteer and financial investment in the areas of STEM education, women in science and engineering, engineering internships, and urban food security. She is particularly focused on supporting local governments in their efforts to plan, fund, and build livable and resilient cities. She has a bachelor’s of science from Humboldt State University.