When a client is faced with aging wastewater infrastructure, they call Margaret. With more than 30 years of experience in civil and sanitary engineering, she’s the person clients trust to plan, design, and rehabilitate deteriorated infrastructure or construct new wastewater systems.
From one-mile long to thousands of miles of pipelines, each project is unique, and Margaret makes sure the teams she manages work seamlessly and never lose sight of the end goal—providing the best solution for the client. Her primary focus is on municipal infrastructure at wastewater treatment plants and within collection systems. Recently, she worked as project manager for the City of Las Vegas’s Digester Condition Assessment and Rehabilitation project, an endeavor that has improved solid processing facilities for the community.
An advocate for water quality, Margaret is involved with the Water Environment Federation and contributed to more than two dozen publications and presentations on wastewater systems.