CWEA Recognizes Dudek Wastewater Engineers

Dudek’s Hannah Dodd was named young engineering professional of the year and Michael Hill was recognized for his role as project manager on the project of year at the annual California Water Environment Association (CWEA) San Diego chapter awards.   Hannah has been with Dudek since graduating with a master’s degree in  civil and environmental engineering from Stanford University.  She also holds a bachelor’s of science degree in mechanical engineering from Stanford.

Michael served as project manager for the expansion of seasonal storage ponds for recycled water for the Valley Center Municipal Water District.  The district serves a rural are of north San Diego County.

The California Water Environment Association is a not-for-profit public benefit association of 9,300-plus water quality professionals who work for public agencies and collection systems, engineering firms, and equipment and service suppliers. CWEA members are responsible for cleaning California’s water and returning it safely to the environment. CWEA educates and certifies water quality professionals, disseminates technical information, and promotes sound policies to benefit society through protection and enhancement of our water environment.

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