Dewberry Promotes Weaver to Associate
DENVER, CO Dewberry announces that Chad Weaver, PE, has been promoted to Associate in the firm's Denver, Colorado, office.
Weaver has 11 years of experience working with and designing water and wastewater treatment facilities, pumping stations, water distribution and transmission mains, and sewer collection systems, including sewer system rehabilitation. His pipeline rehabilitation experience includes pipe bursting, cured-in-place, and slip lining. Throughout his career, Weaver's work has involved planning, modeling, and engineering reports; preparation of bid documents, including drawings and specifications; permitting; and construction support and inspection on a wide variety of water and wastewater projects. Weaver worked on the team responsible for the startup of the nationally recognized Rueter-Hess Water Purification Facility in Parker, Colorado, and was recently the project manager for the condition assessment and upgrade of the Scott J. Morse Pump Station in Jefferson County, Colorado, for the Platte Canyon Water and Sanitation District. Currently, he serves as the project manager for the Valley Interceptor Relocation project in Sheridan, Colorado, where he is overseeing the alternatives analysis, preliminary design, and funding assistance for a major interceptor relocation project that currently passes through a landfill.
Weaver earned both his master's and bachelor's degrees in environmental engineering from the Colorado School of Mines. He is a professional engineer in California, Colorado, and Wyoming, and is a member of the American Water Works Association.