Kurt Matscherz to Manage Houston Office
(HOUSTON, TX – April 11, 2013) – Water and wastewater engineering firm Hazen and Sawyer announced today that Kurt Matscherz has been selected to manage the Firm’s Houston (TX) office. This office will serve clients in the greater Houston area, drawing upon the Firm’s worldwide resources as needed to address their water-related challenges.
Matscherz, who has been with Hazen and Sawyer for more than five years, has contributed to such notable projects as the recently-completed, 2,020-mgd Cat-Del Ultraviolet Light Disinfection Facility, the largest UV disinfection facility in the world. He served as the Design Services Project Manager during construction of this award-winning facility, which provides drinking water to nearly nine million New York residents.
Matscherz has more than 25 years of experience in water and wastewater, managing the design and construction of many facilities ranging from 100 gallons/minute to several hundred million gallons/day. He has worked with clients in New York, California, Ohio, and Massachusetts, including significant roles on many award-winning projects.
“I am excited to expand Hazen and Sawyer’s water capabilities and resources in the Houston area,” Matscherz said. “This is an exciting time to be involved with infrastructure work in Texas.”
Matscherz has a BSCE from Geneva College and an MBA in Strategic Management from Pace University.
The Houston office is Hazen and Sawyer’s third office in Texas, joining previously opened locations in Dallas and Fort Worth. According to Engineering News-Record, Hazen and Sawyer remains the top engineering firm in the nation entirely focused on water and wastewater.
Since our founding in 1951, Hazen and Sawyer has focused on two things: providing safe drinking water and controlling water pollution. Our range of services encompasses the planning, design, and construction management of water and wastewater-related projects – from clean water treatment, storage, and distribution to wastewater and stormwater collection, treatment, and reuse.