HDR names Carpenter national technical director for water reuse

HDR has promoted Guy Carpenter from water quality program manager to the firm's national technical director of water reuse. In his new role, Carpenter is responsible for nationwide business and technical development and client management in this rapidly growing area. Carpenter is based in HDR's Phoenix office...

Oct 13th, 2006

PHOENIX, Oct. 13, 2006 -- HDR has promoted Guy Carpenter from water quality program manager to the firm's national technical director of water reuse. In his new role, Carpenter is responsible for nationwide business and technical development and client management in this rapidly growing area. Carpenter is based in HDR's Phoenix office.

Prior to joining HDR in 2003, Carpenter was the water resources manager for Gilbert, Ariz., a 100-percent water reuse community and the nation's fastest growing city at that time. Carpenter helped develop Arizona's statewide water reuse regulations and local construction standards and led the creation of the Arizona Section of the WateReuse Association. He has presented numerous papers on the proper role of reclaimed water in integrated water resources planning. He was a technical reviewer for "Good to the Last Drop: A Practitioner's Guide to Water Reuse," a book prepared by HDR for the American Public Works Association.

Carpenter is active in several state and national organizations including the WateReuse Association and Foundation, past chairman of the Arizona Water Resources Technical Committee, current chairman of the Arizona Water Pollution Control Association Reclaimed Water Committee, and member of the advisory committee of the Arizona Water Institute. He also is a member of the American Public Works Association, American Society of Civil Engineers, American Water Works Association and Water Environment Federation.

Omaha-based HDR (hdrinc.com) is an employee-owned architectural, engineering and consulting firm that excels at managing complex projects and solving challenges for clients. More than 5,200 professionals, including architects, engineers, consultants, scientists, planners and construction managers, in more than 130 locations worldwide, pool their strengths to provide solutions beyond the scope of traditional A/E/C firms. HDR is No. 17 in the Engineering-News Record Top 500 Design Firms rankings for 2006, No. 10 in water supply and No. 13 in wastewater treatment.

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