It's hard to believe we're in the second half of 2019 already! Civiltec has had a couple new updates this summer:

1. If you've visited the Civiltec website lately, you'll notice we have a fresh, modern look. We hope the new site design helps you learn about Civiltec's team and projects more easily.

View on Instagram2. We've now joined Instagram at @civiltec_eng and will be using that to highlight our Civiltec family and all the different events & projects we're involved in. If you're on Instagram, we welcome you to Follow us and the #civiltecengineering hashtag.

Check out this Summer 2019 Quarterly Newsletter for a brief glance at the latest Civiltec projects in California and the people who make this work happen. If you know others who would appreciate this Quarterly Newsletter, please  encourage them to join our mailing list!  If you or someone you know would like to join the Civiltec team in our Monrovia office, check out the  Careers  page on our website.

W. David Byrum, P.E.
President and Principal Engineer
Civiltec Engineering, Inc.

Civiltec recently attended a tour of the completed Well 35 in Apple Valley. The team had been  working on the project since 2015 with Apple Valley Ranchos Water Company and later Liberty Utilities.

The new well has a 3,000 gallon-per-minute capacity. Civiltec provided civil designs and structural engineering for all the pumping equipment, an on-site generator system, the on-site electrical system, and the two buildings that house the well equipment and the permanent generator.

Granada Hills Charter School has engaged Civiltec Engineering for professional civil engineering services in preparation for  the launch of their new Devonshire K8 Campus. The firm partnered with WLC Architects for architecture design services.

The project consists of construction of three buildings: a new one-story modular classroom building, a new three-story classroom building, and a new one-story building consisting of offices, a Multi-Purpose Room (MPR), and a Library. Additionally, Civiltec will engineer hard-court play areas, a play field area, and two parking areas will complete the project's improvements.

Civiltec Engineering was selected as the co-recipient for Outstanding Small Project during the 2019  American Society of Civil Engineers  Los Angeles Branch Annual Awards. The honor specifically recognizes Civiltec's work with  Azusa Light & Water  (ALW) on the Interconnect CIP Project with the  San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District  (SGVMWD).

The interconnection included piping on San Gabriel Canyon Road, on-site piping at the water treatment plant, electronic metering, an electronic pressure reducer, an electronic control valve, and a supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) equipment that will allow the SGVMWD staff to remotely monitor and control the meter, pressure reducer and valve from the SGVMWD office on Vosburg Drive in Azusa.

One of Civiltec's core values is to foster talent. Each summer, the firm takes on a number of interns to achieve this goal while supplementing the team's increased workload. For Summer 2019, five interns will be supporting the Arizona and California offices!

The Civiltec team is enjoying working with our interns and we look forward to seeing where their career paths lead them.

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!
In This Issue
Andrew Shroads
Principal, Project Manager

" I'm very thankful for the opportunity and am excited to help bolster the Civiltec family culture and make it an even better place to work. I've been with Civiltec for over 10 years and the experience has been wonderful. It feels great to enter a new partnership with talented people and I can't wait to help shape the future of the company."

Check out Andrew's full Partner Spotlight  to learn a little more about his professional background and personal interests.

Terry Kreger, PE

" The thing I enjoy most is working on the hydraulic processes of water systems, pipelines, and pump stations. When you start, you have a concept of how it is supposed to work. You have to understand each part of the process to make sure all the components are specified correctly, so that everything fits and the whole process functions properly."

Check out Terry's full Staff Spotlight  to learn a little more about her professional background and personal interests.

Civiltec has positions open in all three offices! If you are interested in learning more about these positions,  please check out our Career Page.