With the new fiscal year underway, we thought this Quarterly Newsletter would be a good opportunity to let you know about Civiltec's year-over-year growth.
In 2015, Civiltec's Arizona offices started working with 14 brand-new clients. As of the halfway point of 2016, we've already signed contracts with 9 new clients! We are very grateful for both our first-time clients and the longtime clients who continue to rely on Civiltec to provide a variety of civil engineering and water engineering services.
Check out this Summer 2016 Quarterly Newsletter for a brief glance at the latest projects Civiltec is a part of in Arizona and the people who make this work happen. If you know others who would appreciate this Quarterly Newsletter,
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2016 Arizona Water Association Conference Recap
The Civiltec team had a great time presenting and exhibiting at the Arizona Water Association's 89th Annual Conference from May 11-13 in Glendale, Arizona. Christy Sipos, David Prinzhorn, David Byrum and Chris Dusza all attended and Chris gave a presentation on "Improving Agency Cooperation for a Successful Project" with Mario Mendez of the Arizona Water Company.
Coconino County Homes Benefit from Civiltec's Flood Mitigation Work
Lucinda Andreani, the Deputy Public Works Director of Coconino County, recently reached out to share some good news. Thanks to flood mitigation work that Civiltec performed in the wake of the 2010 Schultz fire and subsequent flooding, the economic outlook of the area has improved significantly!
Civiltec was selected to complete the Ho Kay Gan ADMS in September 2015. The Ho Kay Gan ADMS area is approximately 300 acres in unincorporated Yavapai County. The Ho Kay Gan area has been subject to historic drainage and flooding problems: the latest significant flooding occurred in September of 2013.
Kachina Trail Utility Relocations and Reconstruction
Civiltec is working with a number of agencies on the overall design and construction of the Kachina Trail Reconstruction Project from Kachina Boulevard to Ancient Trail. The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is managing the project, which includes the elimination of the median, complete reconstruction of the roadway section, and utility relocations. Kachina Village Improvement District (KVID) decided to take this opportunity to relocate sewer and water facilities within the project limits prior to the roadway reconstruction.
Ken Davidson is a Staff Surveyor in Civiltec's Prescott, AZ office and has been with the company for 12 years.
"Recently, I have really enjoyed working on base mapping for boundary work. I like the challenge of putting together comprehensive base maps utilizing information from many other sources. It's tough, but rewarding."