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As we close out 2015, it is a great time to reflect on the growth and success we have experienced here at Civiltec in Arizona this past year. Not only have we been awarded new projects and developed new clients, we have focused great efforts on working even more in-depth with current clients, such as Coconino County mentioned herein.

This is a testament to the passion we put into building long-term relationships here at Civiltec. Thank you to all our Arizona clients and partners who have provided us the opportunity to serve your agencies and your cities. And thank you to all the Civiltec employees who continue to provide high-quality service and work for our clients.

Check out this Winter 2015 Quarterly newsletter for another brief glance at the various 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, please forward this email to them and encourage them to join our mailing list!

Continuing Work with Coconino County
Coconino County Civiltec completed another project with Coconino County, helping their Flood Control District and Department of Public Works develop a data-driven process (IEA Guidelines) for the prioritization of flood control capital improvement projects.
Say Hello to Our New Staff!
Lisa Wells
LISA WELLS - Administrative Assistant - Prescott

Lindsay Howick
LINDSAY HOWICK - Administrative Assistant - Peoria
Christy Sipos
CHRISTY SIPOS - Marketing Manager - Peoria

Click an image to read the Staff Spotlight.
Ribbon-Cutting at Prescott Municipal Airport

Prescott Municipal Airport
Civiltec was recently included in a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Prescott Municipal Airport as recognition of its help on a project with the City of Prescott, the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) and the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT). Civiltec provided survey and construction inspection services.
Preparing New Master Plans for Kachina Village Improvement District (KVID)

Kachina Village Improvement District
Civiltec is working with the Kachina Village Improvement District (KVID) in Flagstaff, Arizona to prepare new Water and Wastewater Master Plans. "This is an exciting project for a rural client with the same infrastructure rehabilitation needs as any large City," said Civiltec Senior Engineer David Prinzhorn.
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:
David Prinzhorn
David Prinzhorn
David Prinzhorn is the newest Senior Engineer in Civiltec's Peoria office. He is a Professional Engineer and a Member of both ASCE and APWA.

David specializes in Arizona hydrogeology, water well construction and rehabilitation, and securing long-term water supplies. he was introduced to Civiltec through the recent  Cave Creek Cahava Springs project.

"I had been working as the Town Engineer for the Town of Cave Creek in Arizona, and was able to collaborate closely with Civiltec. I got to know some of the guys better through that project, and I really respected the overall quality of their product workmanship. The project list at Civiltec keeps growing and I'm proud to now be a member of this team."

Save the Date! 2016 Day at the Races - Saturday, March 26, 2016
2016 Day at the Races

Civiltec is excited for our upcoming annual "Day at the Races" on Saturday, March 26, 2016. Come join us as we celebrate our 30-year anniversary at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, California. We will provide lunch and raffle prizes.

Civiltec's annual Day at the Races is a great opportunity to see old friends, make new ones and (hopefully) win a few races! Please make sure you save the date in your calendars: Saturday, March 26, 2016. We look forward to seeing you there!