Congratulations to our 2018 Katz Katch award recipients!
Congratulations to Dylan Fox, Joe Clayton and Bree Robertoy who are this year’s recipients of K&A’s Katz Katch award. They were nominated by their peers for best exemplifying our firm’s core values. The awards were announced at our annual Employee Recognition Event last week. Custom portraits were created by our Art Director Matthew Bennett.
Dear friends of K&A,
We wanted to take a moment at this time of year to reflect on what’s important to us and to wish everyone in our circle — clients, teaming partners, friends, family and loved ones — a very Happy Thanksgiving. Our creative team put together this Thankful video to express our appreciation for you.
On July 1, Katz & Associates celebrated its 33rd year in business. It’s been an incredible journey, made possible with the help of so many people over the years. As with life, we have grown both physically and intellectually, and continue learning valuable lessons along the way. As I reflect on these three-plus decades, and the incredible people and projects, I think about the important things that got us here and what’s important for the future.
Where we started is important. I began the firm around the need to communicate about water infrastructure issues, and that remains a core market to this day. K&A’s Water and Wastewater Practice continues to thrive under the inspiring leadership of Karen Snyder, whom I have worked with for more than 20 years on projects across the country. Luckily, Karen joined us full-time when she moved…
Fresno Residents Receive Water From New Treatment Facility
After more than two years of construction, the City of Fresno’s (City) new Southeast Surface Water Treatment Facility (SESWTF) is now distributing water to Fresno homes and businesses.
The SESWTF, the cornerstone of the City’s $429 million water infrastructure improvement program called Recharge Fresno, is a new facility that treats surface water to drinking water standards and enables diversification of the City’s water supply. Over the next several weeks, the facility will ramp up to a capacity of 54 million gallons per day with an ultimate capacity of 80 million gallons per day. The facility is fed with surface water from the Kings River through a newly constructed 13-mile-long Kings River Pipeline. Historically, the City relied predominantly on groundwater for drinking water supplies, but the Recharge Fresno program allows for conjunctive…