Award-Winning Engineer Talks Job Duties Overseeing Major Projects

Of all the projects engineer Raed Armouti has worked on, the most memorable was a $91 million wastewater treatment facility for the Sangamon County (Illinois) Water Reclamation District.

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Raed Armouti — recent winner of the American Water Works Association’s 2019 George Fuller Award for wide-ranging contributions to the water industry — talks in this online exclusive video about one of the largest projects he’s been involved in. As vice-president and Water Resources Business Unit director for Crawford, Murphy & Tilly (CMT) in St. Louis, Armouti served as project manager of the field work for the Sangamon County (Illinois) Water Reclamation District’s Spring Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant. He’s been with CMT for 29 years and today oversees a team of 73 water resource professionals. “CMT is a great company to work for and we pride ourselves on being good listeners and providing excellent service to all our clients,” says Armouti.

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