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RTW Grows by Extending Engineering Services to Idaho & Washington
June 12, 2008 - Rothberg, Tamburini & Winsor, Inc. (RTW), a professional engineering and consulting firm headquartered in Denver, Colorado is proud to announce the addition of Lori Rousseau to its team. Lori is located in Post Falls, Idaho and able to serve Northern Idaho and Eastern Washington area water and wastewater facilities with RTW's team of environmental and civil engineers, utilities', operations, and process consultants. Lori will also be working closely with RTW's Elko, Nevada office on area water, wastewater, and mining projects; and, continue our past training services for clients in Southern Idaho.
Lori has more than 13 years of civil engineering design and project management experience. She has provided permitting assistance; performed hydraulic modeling and wetland delineation studies; prepared cost estimates, plans, and specifications; and provided design for site preparation, channelization, piping, and pumping systems. She has also coordinated design with planners, private industry, municipal staff, and review agencies; and has participated in the design for numerous wastewater treatment projects.
Rothberg, Tamburini & Winsor, Inc. (RTW), professional engineers and consultants, has been leading environmental and civil engineering projects since 1984. Through a Spirit of Performance, RTW delivers projects in municipal, environmental mining, and utility and industrial systems' engineering, using innovative technologies, process science and teamwork to optimize client performance and environmental sustainability. RTW manages domestic and international projects from offices in Denver, Colorado Springs and Fort Collins, Colorado; Elko and Las Vegas, Nevada; Phoenix, Arizona; and, Augusta and Savannah, Georgia.
For more information, please visit www.RTWengineering.com, or contact Sam Billin, Vice President/Senior Project Manager, Rothberg, Tamburini & Winsor, Inc., at 303-825-5999, or email SJB@RTWeng.com. For more information on the JTAC presentation and tour, please visit the RMWEA website at www.rmwea.org.