Sep 4 2013, 7:00am CDT | by PR.com
Columbia, SC, September 04, 2013 --(PR.com)-- W.K. Dickson & Co., Inc. has announced another major addition to its water resources consulting group. The firm welcomed Benjamin “Jamie” C. Wright, Jr., PE to the firm this week. He is located in the Columbia, SC regional office and serves as a senior project manager.
Jamie will be responsible for wastewater and water engineering projects from conceptual stages through design and construction. With over thirty years in the industry, his experience includes all aspects of wastewater treatment plant design, including the latest treatment processes, biosolids handling, and water reuse applications; as well as water system distribution and treatment, which includes sedimentation, disinfection systems, raw water and high-service pump stations, water lines, ground storage facilities and elevated water tanks.
"Jamie gives our already strong presence in wastewater and water systems a significant boost," said David Peeler, WK Dickson’s President and CEO. "He has become a who’s who in the industry and compliments WK Dickson’s ability to better serve our clients. We are very fortunate to have someone of Jamie’s distinction."
WK Dickson is an Engineering News Record Top 500, multi-disciplined consulting firm specializing in total community infrastructure solutions including: Airport Planning & Design; Environmental & Water Resources Engineering; Community Planning & Site Development; and Geospatial Technology. Our goal is to help communities improve the lives of its citizens through sound, sustainable design principles. The firm has been headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina since its founding in 1929. We have grown to operate seven regional offices strategically located throughout the Southeastern United States including Charlotte, Hickory, Raleigh and Wilmington, NC; Columbia, SC; Augusta and Atlanta, GA.
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