Civiltec Engineering
FALL 2015

Welcome to the third Arizona edition of the quarterly Civiltec Engineering newsletter! We are thankfully transitioning out of the (seemingly endless) summer heat waves into the Fall and the wonderful weather it brings here in Arizona. So, we wanted to share some stories and news that fit into this feel of "a new chapter."

Project Engineer Andrew Shroads has a new leadership certification, we have two open positions for anyone who would like to start a new chapter in their own career, and we have helped lay some crucial water service foundations for a new community in Cave Creek. Read on to learn more about the new and exciting things happening at Civiltec.

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Andrews Shroads Graduates From LEAP Program

Please join us in congratulating Civiltec Project Engineer Andrew Shroads! He recently graduated from the Leadership in Engineering Administration (LEAP) program, presented by The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Arizona.

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Job Openings: Senior Engineer & Staff Engineer

Civiltec.comCiviltec is looking for a Senior Engineer and a Staff Engineer in/near Phoenix. If you know of good candidates, please direct them to our new Online Application Form to apply.

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Improving Water Distribution for Cave Creek

Cahava Springs, Cave Creek Civiltec has recently delivered on two different water-related projects for Cahava Springs - a 982-acre, 230-unit, Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired community in Cave Creek, Arizona: a Distribution Pump Station and Reservoir, and a Transmission Booster Pump Station.


We love hearing news from everyone in the Civiltec community. Feel free to reach out, say hello and tell us all the news from your organization!

Chris Dusza, P.E.
Vice President and Principal Engineer
Civiltec Engineering, Inc.
In This Issue
Staff Spotlight:
Jeff Fanning
Jeff Fanning

Jeff Fanning, P.E. is a Project Manager with Civiltec Engineering, Inc. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in both Arizona and Wyoming.


When he's not busy lending his Water Resources expertise to Civiltec projects, he takes in as much of the outdoors as he can via hiking, hunting and camping.


"One of the main reasons I enjoy working at Civiltec is the sheer diversity of projects," said Jeff. "We also have plenty of opportunities to work with one another across Civiltec offices, which makes tackling large projects even easier."