On Friday, 11/11, members of the 4Waters team participated in the Hunger Fight 10th Annual Thanksgiving Community Outreach Packing Event and spent 2 hours packing food for children who routinely go hungry over the weekends. These children rely on the dry goods meals provided by Hunger Fight when school breakfast and lunch is not available to them.
We’re proud to be celebrating seven years in business. And while we’ve grown and accomplished so much over the last seven years, this milestone is really an opportunity to reflect on the relationships that have made it possible. We’re so grateful to our staff, whose efforts continue to make our vision for Four Waters a reality. And of course, we owe so much to our partners and the communities we serve. Without you, there would be no Four Waters, and we are so appreciative of every one of you that has given us a chance to help make this world we share just a little bit better.
JEA broke ground Thursday on a new facility that will use treated wastewater from 22,800 JEA sewer customers to provide irrigation water to 5,700 customers. The Greenland Water Reclamation Facility (WRF) is JEA's first new Water Reclamation Facility built since 1977, and will support economic growth on Jacksonville's Southside.
4Waters is looking for a skilled, motivated Project Engineer to join our expanding Greenville, South Carolina office. This is a mid-level design position involving all aspects of municipal or site design such as processing surveys, generating AutoCAD base plan and sheets, grading, drainage, stormwater management, water distribution and sewer collection, erosion control, SWPPP, and construction support services. We are looking for a trusted professionals who values honesty, integrity, respect, a strong work ethic, and superior client service.
We are so appreciative that the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) Jacksonville Post chose to feature Four Waters Engineering in their Sustaining Member Spotlight for their June 2021 Newsletter! As we said in our feature paragraph, we joined SAME because we agree with their values of integrity, patriotism, public service, national security, technical competence, excellence, and environmental stewardship.
Caryle Capuyan, a Civil Engineering Student at the University of North Florida (UNF) and intern at Four Waters Engineering, was presented the Region II Volunteer of the Year award at the recent Virtual Fall Conference of the Florida Section of the American Water Works Association (FSAWWA). The American Water Works Association (AWWA) is an international nonprofit, scientific, and educational association dedicated to improving drinking water for people everywhere.
Commissioners and staff of the Brunswick-Glynn Joint Water and Sewer Commission (JWSC) joined local officials and representatives from 4Waters Engineering and TB Landmark Contractors to celebrate the completion of a project to increase sewer capacity for the north end of St. Simons Island. The Lift Station 2032 (LS2032) Regional Force Main Improvements project will alleviate excessive pumping and reliability issues with LS2032 until regional lift station improvements can be completed.
We at Four Waters Engineering are so grateful to be reflecting on another successful year in business. We’d like to thank all of our partners, clients, and the communities we serve—we would not be celebrating our second year anniversary without your continued support. We also would not be where we are without the understanding of our friends and family, who allow us to devote so much of ourselves to our work. Thank you.
Angela Bryan, President of Four Waters Engineering, was presented the Region II Volunteer of the Year award at the recent Fall Conference of the Florida Section of the American Water Works Association (FSAWWA). The American Water Works Association (AWWA) is an international nonprofit, scientific, and educational association dedicated to improving drinking water for people everywhere.