Hatch Mott MacDonald’s Colorado office moves to new location

Oct. 6, 2014

ISELIN, N.J. — The new location houses engineering design groups providing services in pipelines, water, wastewater, tunneling, transportation, municipal and environmental engineering.

ISELIN, N.J. — The Colorado office of Hatch Mott MacDonald (HMM), a North American full-service engineering company, recently moved to a new location in Lakewood, Colorado, according to a press release.

In addition to serving as HMM’s main Colorado office, the new location houses engineering design groups providing services in transportation, tunneling, pipelines, water, wastewater, municipal and environmental engineering, stated the release.

The release reported that HMM’s new office is currently involved in projects including: Water system construction support services for the City of Westminster and Denver Water, a water treatment facility design for the Genesee Water and Sanitation District, a water treatment facility solids handling evaluation for the City of Louisville, wastewater collection system structural evaluations for the City of Aurora, and ongoing municipal engineering support for the Upper Thompson Sanitation District.

“Our new Colorado office offers more space to accommodate our growing pipeline, water and wastewater staff,” said HMM President and CEO Nicholas DeNichilo. “The new office will support the service we provide to municipalities throughout the West and to clients in the oil and gas industry.”

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