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 California office started working with 16 brand-new clients. As of the halfway point of 2016, we've already signed contracts with 11 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 another brief glance at the various projects going on at Civiltec and the people who make this work happen. If you know others who would appreciate this Quarterly Newsletter,
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Moving Forward on Valley County WD Projects
In 2013, Civiltec helped the Valley County Water District form its Master Plan and has since helped execute multiple phases of their Capital Improvement Projects. Now, Civiltec is in the middle of work on a couple more crucial projects for VCWD:
Replacement of the Clinton O. Nixon booster pump station
The City of Norwalk has selected Civiltec Engineering to assist with crucial water pipeline replacement projects in 2016!
Back in April 2016, Civiltec was awarded a contract to manage water main replacement in the Central Service Area to be completed by Kana Pipeline Inc. The project will entail the replacement and enlargement of over 6,000 linear feet of pipe in Norwalk's central service area of its water distribution system.
Update on California Domestic Water Company Water Main Replacement
We are happy to announce that pre-construction has started on a large project for the California Domestic Water Company! This is a relocation of the "M" Line, a project dating back to July 2014.
The Civiltec team has been designing a water transmission main replacement in the City of Industry along Workman Mill Road that involves multiple jurisdictions, including Caltrans, Los Angeles County and Union Pacific Railroad.
For the past several months, Civiltec has been busy rolling up its sleeves in the great City of Beverly Hills! Our work in the City revolves around assisting their Public Works Services Department with its water utility service, as well as helping the City streamline its processes for new development.
Bed Dawadi is a Project Manager based in Civiltec's Monrovia, California office. Bed was promoted to Project Manager this past year, and is a crucial part of expanding Civiltec's wastewater service area and portfolio.
"It feels good to be in this business sector that involves cleaning and saving water as we face drought and continual water supply challenges."