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Noah Johnson, PE, Joins TKDA Water-Wastewater Team

njohnsonNoah Johnson, PE, has joined the TKDA water-wastewater team. Johnson is a water-wastewater process engineer, with experience in pumping systems and lift station design, design of wastewater treatment facilities with biological and chemical nutrient removal, clarification, disinfection, chemical feed and solids handling and disposal processes. He also has expertise in combined stormwater and sanitary collection system modeling, cost analysis and development and wastewater treatment facility permitting and regulation.

With a degree In Civil Engineering and an emphasis on Water Resources/Environmental Engineering from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln he has worked on several large and small scale treatment facility projects, as well as stream restoration utilizing natural system designs with native species.

Johnson spent a number of years in the construction industry and has a deep understanding of the impact a design project manager has on the final construction of the project. This understanding and expertise is essential to complete projects on time and on budget.

“We are very happy to have Noah join our team,” said John Berrigan, PE, Group Manager of TKDA’s Water-Wastewater Services. “His process experience and project management expertise are a perfect addition to our growing team.”

Johnson is a member of the Water Environment Federation and the Central States Water Environment Association.

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