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Intern Spotlight

In celebration of National Intern Day on July 27th, we shine a spotlight on two exceptional interns, Ajeena Baby and Naman Sharma, who are currently making significant contributions at MWH’s Phoenix office. As they reflect on their experiences, Ajeena and Naman share how the company culture and work environment have been supportive and instrumental in their personal and professional growth.

Tom Paul Assumes Leadership as Slayden’s New President

Slayden, a prominent name in the Pacific Northwest’s heavy civil water industry, has appointed Tom Paul as its new President. With an impressive track record of 40 years in water-wastewater infrastructure project management and organizational leadership, Tom’s appointment is poised to enhance Slayden’s competitive position and reinforce its position as a regional leader.

The Logan Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility Project Wins ACI Award

The Logan Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility in Logan, UT, received the esteemed 2023 Excellence in Concrete Award from the American Concrete Institute’s Intermountain Chapter. MWH constructed this cutting-edge 18 MGD (million gallons daily) treatment plant using an impressive 27,000 cubic yards of concrete.

Methuen Wins Contract for $51M Vernon Water Purification Control Facility Upgrade

We are thrilled to share that Methuen Construction has been awarded a $51M contract to upgrade and retrofit the Water Purification Control Facility (WPCF) in Vernon, CT. Working in collaboration with Tighe & Bond, this transformative project will involve retrofitting the powdered activated carbon activated sludge system into a new Integrated Fixed-film Activated Sludge (IFAS) treatment system – which combines the advantages of conventional activated sludge with those of biofilm systems by combining the two technologies in a single reactor.

Portland City Council Authorizes Crucial Water Infrastructure Projects

MWH is thrilled to announce the achievement of a significant milestone as the Portland City Council recently authorized the first phase of construction for two vital water infrastructure improvement projects. This authorization comes on the heels of completing the preconstruction phase, where MWH closely collaborated with the project design teams and the Portland Water Bureau (PWB), starting at the 30% design milestone. Led by MWH in separate joint ventures, the Bull Run Filtration Facility and Bull Run Filtration Pipelines projects are crucial to enhancing water quality and reliability for Portland and wholesalers throughout the region. The $1.473 billion investment in these critical water initiatives marks a significant step forward for the City and demonstrates MWH’s commitment to sustainable water solutions.