2016 was a landmark year for Civiltec and we are grateful to everyone, both clients and teammates, who made this past year possible. With the beginning of 2017 already speeding past us, we have set a high bar for ourselves in making this year even better than the last!
As of January 1, David Song is our firm's newest partner and we welcome his participation in ownership duties and senior management of the Civiltec. We are also working hard to fulfill the various aspects of our company's new Strategic Plan by volunteering to clean up our local communities and planning to be at more events and conferences in 2017. Speaking of, make sure you save the date for our upcoming annual "Day at the Races" event: Saturday, March 25 at Santa Anita Park.
Check out this Winter 2016/17 Quarterly Newsletter for a brief glance at the latest projects Civiltec is a part of in California and the people who make this work happen. If you know others who would appreciate this Quarterly Newsletter, and encourage them to join our mailing list!
W. David Byrum, P.E. President and Principal Engineer Civiltec Engineering, Inc.
Recap from the 2016 ACWA Conference
"It is always great to attend this event and make our voice heard in the water community," said C. Shem Hawes, Senior Engineer and Principal. "We have such a great story to tell here at Civiltec. Having this kind of platform to share our experiences with water professionals throughout the State is unparalleled. We were able to meet numerous professionals in the industry and engage in important conversations with many of our clients."
Supervising Grants for the Gateway Water Management Authority
Civiltec has been selected to manage grant money for automatic water meter replacement throughout the agencies belonging to the Gateway Water Management Authority (GWMA). The meters are being upgraded to minimize water loss, improving water conservation in a drought-ridden area of California.
The City of Whittier's Utility Authority (WUA) has contracted Civiltec for engineering and support services for the College Hill Reservoir to Scalehouse Water Main Replacement Project. Amal Sedrak, Civiltec's new Project Manager, will handle the analyses and lead the design efforts.