Hazen Names Steve Simon Associate
Steve has more than 20 years of municipal water and wastewater sector experience in asset management, CIP program management, capital project delivery, business process improvement, and utility executive leadership. He has served small and large utilities throughout the Midwest, California, and Colorado. He is the founder and former Chairperson of the Front Range Asset Management Council (FRAMC), a consortium of over two dozen municipal asset management professionals representing water utilities in Colorado and Wyoming. He currently serves on the Institute of Asset Management, Colorado chapter, leadership team.
Steve received his BS in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Cincinnati in 1999, and he is a licensed Professional Engineer in Colorado and California, an Envision Sustainability Professional, and a LEED Green Associate. He is also a former Board Member and current active member of LIM359, a Denver-based social and activities non-profit organization serving limb loss individuals.
Regarding joining Hazen, Steve states, “I’m thrilled to join Hazen’s UMS team and looking forward to taking the experiences I’ve gained in over two decades of public service to help transform utilities to best-in-class organizations.”