Louisville Water Co., the utility for Louisville, Ky., has announced that Phase I of the Eastern Parkway Project to install 2.2 miles of 42-in....
Green has more than 25 years of experience in engineering management and water projects
Lockwood, Andrews and Newnam, Inc., is pleased to announce the appointment of water-treatment expert J. Warren Green, P.E., as director of its new Midwest office. Green will focus on water-related projects in Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan, Indiana and Ohio. Green also will be responsible for expanding LAN’s national presence in water treatment and supply.
Green has more than 25 years of experience in engineering management and supervision of complex water treatment and transmission facilities projects. He has successfully guided water system improvements through all necessary phases including feasibility studies, pilot testing, design, financial evaluation, land acquisition, construction, start-up and operation. His expertise is in the areas of facilities design, construction management and contract administration.
Green has worked with several municipal utility clients throughout Illinois, Mississippi, Michigan and Wisconsin. He worked with the Green Bay Water Utility in Green Bay, Wis., for 12 years, serving as a project manager for a number of design and contract administration tasks. These included the expansion of a 10-mgd raw water pumping station, construction of approximately 17 miles of 54-in. steel water transmission main, and expansion of its water treatment plant in 1997 and 2004. He also oversaw a $376 million project in DuPage County, Ill., where he was responsible for contract administration and construction management of 140 miles of water transmission mains, ranging from 12 to 90 in., a 340-mgd pump station and 30 million gal concrete reservoir, and a 185-mgd pump station and 30 million gal concrete reservoir.