Black & Veatch (Overland Park, Kan.) won the Institution of Civil Engineers’ London Merit Award in the categories of conservation and greatest contribution to London for the Hampton Advanced Water Treatment Work Rapid Gravity Filtration Remodeling Project.
Tom Bass replaced Harry Engelhardt Jr. as site leader for the Edina operations of Dow Water Solutions (Midland, Mich.). Engelhardt was named site leader for the company’s Texas City, Texas, operations. Bass also was named site director for FilmTec, a subsidiary of the company, and operations director for the company’s Specialty Polymers unit.
Staco Energy Products (Dayton, Ohio) appointed Haddon–McClellan Associates Inc. (Gadsden, Ala.) as a manufacturer’s representative for its line of single- and three-phase uninterruptible power supplies, voltage regulators, and test equipment in Georgia, Florida, and Alabama.
Clint Harris joined Rotobrush® International LLC (Grapevine, Texas) as vice president of business services. He will be responsible for building the business coaching and business services areas of the company.
Dave Reardon, a senior vice president and process engineer based in Folsom, Calif., was selected to lead the Water Sustainability Program for the HDR (Omaha, Neb.) Water Business Group. He will serve as strategic program leader for the program and the group’s representative on the company’s sustainable solutions leadership team.
BioShaft Water Technology Inc. (Irvine, Calif.) received a patent from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for the BioShaft wastewater treatment plant and process.
MAR Systems LLC (Cleveland) hired Tony Lammers as its new chief executive officer. Lammers brings more than 20 years of executive experience to the company.
Aquatech (Canonsburg, Pa.) received two nominations for the Global Water Intelligence (Oxford, England) 2009 Global Water Awards. The nominations were in the categories of Water Reuse Project of the Year and Industrial Project of the Year.
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