Patchogue Wastewater Treatment Plant project receives ACEC Engineering Excellence Gold Award

Patchogue Wastewater Treatment Plant project receives ACEC Engineering Excellence Gold Award
The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of New York has named H2M a 2013 Gold Award recipient for the firm’s project entry, the Patchogue Wastewater Treatment Facility Upgrade and Expansion.

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The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of New York has named H2M a 2013 Gold Award recipient in the category of Waste and Storm Water. Judges for ACEC New York’s 2013 Engineering Excellence Awards Competition selected the firm’s project entry, the Patchogue Wastewater Treatment Facility Upgrade and Expansion, for its demonstration of superior skill and ingenuity. 

“Over the past eight years there has been over $150 million worth of public and private investment in the Village of Patchogue, with another $150 million currently underway,” says Patchogue Village Mayor Paul Pontieri. “This type of investment doesn't happen without a wastewater treatment plant. It also doesn't happen without the right partners, and for Patchogue, that partner has been H2M. 

“H2M engineered and oversaw the construction of our new plant, which came in on time, under budget, and with only one minor change order. The plant will continue to play a critical role in the revitalization of the Village of Patchogue and the protection of the waters of the Great South Bay.” 

The ACEC Engineering Excellence Awards Competition celebrates the most outstanding project achievements of the consulting engineering industry. Each year, over 60 firms submit projects that are judged on a rigorous set of criteria that includes complexity, innovation, and value to society.  

About H2M
H2M is a full-service consulting and design firm offering the expertise of more than 270 architects, engineers (water supply, civil/site, structural, M/E/P, wastewater and environmental), planners, designers, inspectors, surveyors and scientists. For more information, visit www.h2m.com.



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