Hazen and Sawyer Announces New Denver Office and Client Workshop

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(DENVER, CO – July 26, 2017) – Hazen and Sawyer, one of the largest engineering firms in the country focused entirely on water, has announced the opening of a new office in Denver, Colorado.

Founded in 1951, Hazen and Sawyer (Hazen) employs more than 1,000 water professionals in nearly 50 offices across the country. Hazen works with large and small municipalities to address water supply and water quality challenges with treatment solutions tailored to deliver lasting benefits to the communities they serve. The firm offers integrated services that span all phases of a project, including planning, testing, design, construction management, startup, and operation and maintenance services.

“We couldn’t be more excited to be able to better support Colorado’s municipalities as they address ever more pressing water challenges,” said Charlie Hocking, Hazen’s President and CEO. “We’ve been able to help communities large and small manage the inevitable shift to the resource recovery paradigm, cost-effectively adding potable and non-potable reuse, nutrient recovery, and renewable energy generation to existing systems to provide the kind of environmental and societal benefits we know Colorado communities value.”

The office, Hazen’s first in Colorado, will be under the leadership of Ryan Rhoades, PE, and will include staff from Denver as well as staff relocating from the Firm’s other offices. Among other client projects in Colorado, Hazen is already providing services for Denver Water’s planned Northwater Treatment Plant and Metro Wastewater Reclamation District’s Robert W. Hite Treatment Facility. The office will be located at the Denver Federal Center at 200 Union Blvd, in Lakewood, CO and can be reached at (720) 262-4456.

Hazen will also host a client workshop titled “Energy Efficiency and Process Optimization to Save Money.” The workshop will cover energy efficiency and process optimization alternatives for water and wastewater utilities, from wire-to-water/wire-to-air testing for pumps and blowers to process optimization of water/wastewater treatment and resource recovery alternatives. Attendees of this workshop will also become familiar with Red Rocks Community College’s Water Quality Management Technology department and CDPHE’s Excellence & Environmental Leadership Program.

The workshop, on August 1-2, will be held at Red Rocks Community College. Registration is free but space is limited. For more information or to register, click here.

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