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Hazen Names James Wickstrom West Region Mechanical Wastewater Leader

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(SAN FRANCISCO, CA - October 6, 2022) - James Wickstrom has joined Hazen and Sawyer as Senior Associate and West Region Mechanical Wastewater Leader, based in the Firm’s San Francisco, CA office.

Throughout his career, James has expanded his capabilities from working on feasibility studies, preliminary design, and specific portions of a design to leading large inter-disciplinary design teams on multi-million-dollar projects. James has 27 years of experience in environmental and water resources engineering with an emphasis on wastewater treatment facilities. He has worked on design and construction management projects for numerous wastewater treatment facilities in California and also has experience in all aspects of wastewater design, construction, and startup.

“James’s combination of technical and leadership skills, wealth of wastewater design expertise, and passion for finding solutions to clients’ wastewater needs, make him a tremendous resource for agencies not just in our West Region but throughout the country as well,” said Kevin Alexander, Hazen and Sawyer Vice President and West Region Manager. “We are pleased to have him lead the expansion of our efforts for our wastewater team here in the West.”

“I’m thrilled to join Hazen and Sawyer as the West Region Mechanical Wastewater Leader and utilize my background in wastewater design and construction services in California to help expand our presence in the West,” added James. “Hazen’s outstanding reputation as a leader in water, wastewater and reuse precedes it, and I’m excited to work with such a talented group of people. I also look forward to sharing that expertise with valued clients that I’ve worked with over the last two decades to help them address challenges, solve problems, and get projects built.”

James has a BS in Civil Engineering from the University of California, Davis and a MS in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles. He is active in several industry associations, including Water Environment Federation and California Water Environment Association.

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