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91st Avenue Wastewater Treatment Plant Support

Offering support throughout an entire wastewater campus

  • 14

    Years of Partnership

  • Phoenix, Arizona

    Phoenix, Arizona

Our relationships are the foundation of our work

The key to a good partnership is shared experience—over the past 14 years, we’ve been through it all together with the City of Phoenix. Our partnership with the 91st Avenue Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) project started in 2005 and we’ve helped with updates to the plant through design, construction administration services, and process analyses ever since.

When a complication with the pumps arose at the station, our staff worked closely with the WWTP engineers to problem solve the issue. For years, we have provided training for the operations and engineering staff on topics such as biological nutrient removal and two-stage anaerobic digestion operation, recognizing that ongoing training is an integral part of growth and safety. Recently, we also supported the master plan and design documents for 20 acres of new solar drying beds aimed at accommodating Phoenix’s future growth.

In the years to come, we look forward to providing continued support at the facility as a team and trusted partner.

At a Glance

  • City of Phoenix
Meet Our Team

Maria Brady, Senior Principal, Water

All of our communities rely on water. Adapting design and construction to provide a safe and reliable resource is always a top priority.

Heather Tugaoen, Civil Engineer, Water

Our ultimate goal is to combine established principles and emerging technology to enhance the safety and efficiency of sustainable water.

Maria Brady

Senior Principal, Water

Heather Tugaoen

Civil Engineer, Water

We’re better together

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    Work with passionate people who are experts in their field. Our teams love what they do and are driven by how their work makes an impact on the communities they serve.

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