LAN adds director of engineering to manage water and wastewater projects

Nov. 7, 2012

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. — Hill will manage water and wastewater infrastructure projects in Southern California.

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. — Randall C. Hill, P.E., joins Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam Inc. (LAN) as the director of engineering of the firm’s infrastructure practice in Southern California, according to a press release.

In this role, he will lead the firm’s business development as well as project execution efforts for clients throughout Southern California, noted the release.

He will be responsible for identifying and assessing business opportunities, marketing LAN’s services to its clients and leading the Southern California infrastructure team.

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He also will manage water and wastewater infrastructure projects in Southern California, helping LAN’s clients bring these projects to successful completion, stated the release.

“Randall Hill’s extensive experience in water conveyance and water treatment projects brings a new level of expertise to our infrastructure team, and will be invaluable in serving our clients in the Southern California market,” said Rafael Ortega, vice president and director of LAN’s Infrastructure Large Diameter Group.

Read the entire press release here.

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