FALL 2015

Our heat waves are getting shorter and less intense. Random rainfall is becoming more common. Summer vacations are over. The kids are back in school. Fall is a typical time for "new chapters," and that's true for life at Civiltec in California as well.

Check out this Fall 2015 newsletter for updates on Civiltec projects and employees, including: our newest CAD Technician Atenas Reynaga, how we're helping a 200,000-square-foot facility in San Diego County prepare for its 2016 grand opening, and our contributions to the Foothill Gold Line's new Monrovia Station.

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Welcome to CAD Technician Atenas Reynaga

Atenas ReynagaAtenas Reynaga is a 2013 graduate of Autonomous University of Sinaloa in Mexico, with a Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering. In January 2015, she moved to the U.S. and started her Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering (MSCE) with an emphasis in Transportation at Cal Poly Pomona; she is on track to graduate at the end of 2016. Click the picture or the link below to learn more about Atenas.


Revamping the Monrovia Train Station Square

Monrovia Train Station Civiltec is close to completing two projects that contributed to the complete revamping of the Foothill Gold Line's new Monrovia Station. Check out the story for background on the work involved, which Civiltec employees contributed, and a link to our behind-the-scenes Facebook Photo Album.


Sanitizing Water in San Diego County

Wastewater Treatment Plant Civiltec's wastewater expertise has been called upon once again for a wastewater treatment plant for a 200,000-square-foot facility in San Diego County. Shem Hawes is overseeing the project, which began in July 2015. Bed Dawadi, Brian Sandona, Charlie Devine, and Jorge Martinez are all contributing to this project.


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!

W. David Byrum, P.E.
President and Principal Engineer
Civiltec Engineering, Inc.
In This Issue
Staff Spotlight:
Greg Ripperger
Greg Ripperger

Greg Ripperger, P.E., LEED AP is a Project Manager with Civiltec in Monrovia. Greg came to Civiltec from the US Army Corps of Engineers in Oklahoma, and his expertise in green building has been especially valuable.


We've previously highlighted Greg's professional background when he joined the Civiltec team in 2013, so we thought it would be fun for you to get to know him on a more personal level. Click the image above or the link below to learn more about the charities Greg supports, the sports he likes to play, and his favorite Civiltec project.