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WK Dickson announced the addition of Raymond A. Cordon, PE as the firm's new director of Water & Wastewater Services. Cordon assumes responsibility for the operation of the firm's water and wastewater design, engineering teams and will play a large part in directing much of the growth of WK Dickson's overall Water Resources Group.
Cordon came to WK Dickson from HDR Engineering in Raleigh, N.C. He has more than 20 years of experience as a project manager and project engineer in the design and construction of water treatment and wastewater treatment facilities. His experience also includes: water and wastewater system master planning and design of water distribution systems; water and wastewater pump stations; water storage reservoirs and tanks; wastewater collection systems; roadway improvements; and industrial site development.
"We are very excited to have Cordon join the team. He will play an important role in the firm's continuing strategic expansion of our Water Resources Group. His impressive portfolio of work will help us serve our client's infrastructure needs better than ever before," said David Peeler, president and CEO of WK Dickson.
A graduate of North Carolina State University, Cordon is a licensed professional engineer in North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, and Kentucky. He is active in a variety of industry organizations including the American Water Works Association and the Water Environment Federation.