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Alan Stone Assumes Role of President of Hazen and Sawyer

On April 1, 2024, Alan Stone assumed the role of President of Hazen and Sawyer, succeeding Ron Taylor in the role. Alan has served on Hazen’s Board of Directors for more than a decade, as Regional Manager for Hazen’s largest region (stretching from Baltimore to Birmingham, AL), and as Project Director for large, industry-leading projects such as Hampton Roads Sanitation District’s SWIFT program, the City of Raleigh’s Bioenergy Project, and numerous expansions and upgrades of the Neuse River Resource Recovery Facility. Alan has worked at Hazen his entire career of more than 35 years and is an expert in the planning, detailed design, and construction of wastewater treatment and conveyance facilities.

“These are great times at Hazen,” said Stone. “The Firm has never been stronger. The needs of our clients continue to grow, and we are poised to help them. I am humbled and honored to assume the position of President at such an exciting time in the Firm’s history and proud to be able to contribute to our continued market and geographical growth. We will always maintain our “client first” approach as we work to recruit and retain the best talent in the industry.”

Outgoing President Ron Taylor said, “Nothing could be more important to me than seeing the continuing success of Hazen for coming generations of both Hazen staff and our clients. I have total confidence in Alan to lead us forward in that success.”

Taylor will remain at Hazen following the transition, working with the leadership on special initiatives while also contributing to important projects for long-standing Hazen clients.

Alan Stone to Assume Role of President of Hazen and Sawyer

Alan Stone (second from left) participates in the groundbreaking of the SWIFT Research Center.