I am proud to say I've built long-term rapport with Public Works Managers, some relationships as long as 20 to 30 years. It is building that long-term trust that enables us to focus on continuous improvement of their crucial water infrastructure for the betterment of the whole community."
Cathy is a nationally recognized thought leader in trenchless pipeline construction design and has worked extensively in inflow and infiltration (I/I) studies, flow reduction, sewer monitoring, and force main replacement. Her process for engineering solutions consists of in-depth dialogs on "what-if" scenarios and operational challenges. This conversational zero-in approach helps utility managers better understand the overall health of their system and fosters cost-effective improvements.
Infrastructure investment is a stake in community health, economic growth, and environmental solutions. By becoming an expert in both essential utility funding sources and water system engineering, Cathy serves both the municipality goals and her own altruistic ambitions. These shared objectives fuel her passion for work and shine through to create long-standing, trusted-advisor relationships.