Brad Peters has been hired as a new public works consultant for the University of Tennessee’s Municipal Technical Advisory Service (UT-MTAS). Before coming to work for MTAS, Peters spent 17 years with the town of Greeneville, serving as its public works director, landfill manager, and as an engineer. During this time, he oversaw the development of numerous roads, trails, sidewalks, and other transportation projects in the town. He was initially hired as a stormwater engineer by Greeneville in 2005 before being promoted to public works director in 2011. In 2013, he received the additional title of landfill manager. Before coming to work for Greeneville, Peters worked for a consulting firm based in Johnson City and for the Tennessee Department of Transportation. Peters holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. He is a member of the Tennessee Chapter of the American Public Works Association (TCAPWA). Peters will serve out of MTAS’ Knoxville office.