Civiltec Engineering was recently contracted by the City of Alhambra to design and construct the City’s first sewer lining project.
Beginning in 2015, Civiltec Engineering commenced design work for the Sunny Slope Water Company and its water treatment plant near Pasadena, California.
Since 1973, the Pureflow Filtration Division of California Environmental Controls, Inc. has designed numerous Arsenic, Iron, Manganese, and Color-removal pressure filtration and water treatment systems.
With one of its offices based in Monrovia, Civiltec Engineering has fostered a close working relationship with the City for a number of years.
The Victorville Water District, a subsidiary district of the City of Victorville, recently awarded Civiltec Engineering with two new water infrastructure projects.
Over a year, one pot hole can turn into 20, and what was once a backburner project is now a costly public works road repair.
At the beginning of the year, Civiltec Engineering was contracted by California American Water (CAW) to perform rehabilitation improvements at the Garth Booster Pump Station and the Scott Booster Pump Station.
Civiltec Engineering has had a long and successful history in working with Coconino County. Since 2003, the firm has delivered numerous studies, design, and construction projects for the County.
At the beginning of June 2017, Civiltec Engineering Vice Present Chris Dusza participated in the US Army Corps of Engineers’ first Arizona Flood Control District Directors Meeting in Phoenix.
Civiltec Engineering Vice President Chris Dusza recently attended the Arizona Flood Control District Directors Meeting hosted by the US Army Corps of Engineers (Corps).