Darryl A. Jenkins, PE, Vice President of Civil and Environmental Engineering was recognized by the Center for Excellence in Local Government at Albright College as a Wall of Fame recipient. Jenkins received recognition during the CELG Open House Program. Wall of Fame recipients must have 20+ years of service to a municipality or authority, and foster intergovernmental cooperation.
Darryl Jenkins has over 30 years of municipal engineering experience, focused primarily in the planning and operation of water distribution and treatment systems, and wastewater collection and treatment systems. In his role as an Authority Engineer he has successfully assisted Authorities in bridging the municipal barriers that are crossed by Authority systems. in his engineer role, Darryl has used his personality and engineering skills to foster intergovernmental cooperation and to help municipalities become partners with the Authorities he serves.
Helping local government leaders meet the changing needs of their communities. The Center for Excellence in Local Government was established by Albright College in September, 1994, and is a unique partnership among the academic, public, and private sectors of the community. Oversight of the Center is provided by the Community Advisory Board which is comprised of representatives from all three sectors. Program guidance is provided by the Local Government Advisory Council which consists of approximately 20 local officials. Financial support is provided by Albright College, municipal sponsors, and sponsors from the private sector.