Fall is officially here and as the weather turns cooler, Civiltec stays warm by staying busy! We have many exciting projects underway and are feeling thankful for our long-standing partnerships and our staff’s continued excellence.
Luckily for us, Civiltec’s new Talent Acquisition Specialist, Andrea Catalanotte, (AKA the Unicorn Hunter) and Khandakar Shafiullah, our Human Resources Manager, have taken on the task of helping our team gain strength in bringing new talent onboard. We’ve also added a great lineup of new engineering talent to our Arizona offices over the summer:Designer Yamil Sandino, EIT and Remundo Garcia, Engineering Technician. We have just recently added Ben Goulet, Engineering Technician to the Peoria office and Uriah Bisson, Survey Party Chief, to our Prescott office. We’re excited to welcome them to the Civiltec family and look forward to fostering their professional growth.
New projects in our Phoenix and Prescott offices continue to utilize our full breadth of services, with employee growth opportunities abundant across all areas of expertise.The Summit 2 Tankin the Town of Prescott Valley expanded overall system storage capacity, withRichard Aldridge serving as Project Manager over a three year period. We are proud to partner with cities, counties, water and wastewater agencies, private utilities and public agencies across all parts of Arizona to support critical infrastructure and services for local communities.
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Civiltec partnered with the Town of Prescott Valley to expand their current water storage system by providing the design and oversight for the construction of Summit 2 water tank. Summit 2 provides a new source of domestic potable water amid drought conditions for the Prescott Valley community. Site hydrology reports determined optimal management of stormwater runoff and overflow levels.
The Civiltec Internship program continued to evolve in 2021 with the addition of five summer interns,growing from two in 2020. The Civiltec Internship program offers a path to a full-time career, as was the case with Joash, who began the summer as an intern before accepting an offer to work at Civiltec as a full-time Computer-Aided Design Technician in the Monrovia office.
“Civiltec is different from other engineering companies in that we are a small-medium size business, enabling us to connect with one another, even with those in other offices. We create great connections with our clients that are long lasting,” says 2021 intern Miranda Hawes, who has extended her internship through Fall as she balances schoolwork.