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Come see Matt Broderick's presentation #HowCoolIsThat: 21st Century Tools for Utility Projects at the NC AWWA-WEA Conference in Raleigh, North Carolina, November 14th at 1:05pm.

Saluda County Water and Sewer Authority (SCWSA) celebrated the ground breaking of their $21.1 Million Water Treatment Plant on February 2, 2017. The SCWSA vision for the Water Treatment Plant has been two decades in the making, and Hulsey McCormick & Wallace is excited to champion the commencement of this project and supervise through its completion. Congratulations Saluda County Water and Sewer Authority!

HMW is excited to be attending this year's South Carolina Environmental Conference!  Come join us as several of our employees present a variety of interesting topics.  Here is a list of our presentations:

Tom Vollmar, P.E. - Fulfilling the Promise: An Energy Efficiency Project Delivers - Sunday, 3:15-3:45, Room BR-C
Matt Broderick, P.E. - #Howcoolisthat: 21st Century Tools for Utility Projects - Monday, 8:30-9:00, Room 202
Elizabeth Lee, P.E. - Bridging the Gap from Academia to the Workforce - Monday, 3:25-3:55, Room 202
Hal Morris, P.E. - Another Fighting Tiger Touchdown!-Blue Ridge High School Scores with a New Onsite Wastewater System - Monday, 4:00 - 4:30, Room BR-A
Wes Hulsey, P.G. - To Limit or Not to Limit, That is the Question! Considerations for Local Limits Development for a Large Sewer Utility Pretreatment Program - Tuesday, 2:05-2:35, Room 106/107

 

Congratulations to Matt Broderick for winning Young Professional of the Year for the Blue Ridge Foothills District of The Water Environment Association of South Carolina! We are all very proud of what Matt has accomplished thus far in his engineering career.

Congratulations to our client Steve Fletcher with Seneca Light and Water for receiving the award as the 2016 Operator of the Year!

Constructed in the late 60s on scenic Lake Keowee, the Seneca water treatment plant supplies water to more than half of Oconee County. In the time since its construction, a residential area was developed next to the plant. Throughout the years, the unattractive facility developed operational and safety issues. A major concern for both city officials and nearby residents was the hazardous chlorine gas used during the disinfection process.