July 22, 2022

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Kirk Craig, Fabrizio Mascioni, Matthew Williams, and Deran Pursoo Represent Geosyntec at the Arizona Water Reuse 2022 Symposium

Kirk Craig, P.E.; Fabrizio Mascioni, R.G.; Matthew Williams; and Deran Pursoo, P.E. (Arizona) will attend the Arizona Water Reuse 2022 Symposium at the Little America Hotel in Flagstaff, Arizona July 24-26, 2022.

Geosyntec is a Gold Sponsor of the annual Arizona Water Reuse Symposium.

Kirk Craig is a Senior Principal Environmental Engineer based in Arizona with more than 25 years of experience focused on the characterization and remediation of impacted soil, soil gas, surface water and groundwater at complex industrial and commercial properties.

Fabrizio Mascioni is a Principal Geologist and Project Manager based in Arizona with more than 20 years of experience in soil, soil gas and groundwater site assessments, remediation, and due-diligence. His direct expertise in multi-media environmental sampling, waste disposal, subcontractor oversight, staff management, and client and regulatory negotiations make Fabrizio able to relate to client and regulatory needs.

Matthew Williams is a Hydrogeologist based in Arizona with experience pertaining to subsurface investigations including drilling and different sampling techniques, which include soil, soil vapor, and groundwater. He is involved in the oversite of well drilling/installation and well abandonment, and supports interpretation of geologic and hydrogeologic data, including groundwater contouring.

Deran Pursoo is a Senior Process Engineer based in Arizona with 15 years of experience specializing in environmental engineering investigation, industrial water and groundwater treatment, subcontractor procurement/contracting services, construction cost estimating, and construction and O&M management services.

AZ Water Association and the Arizona Section of WateReuse Association brings thought leaders from across the Southwest for their annual symposium. Drawing over 135 participants, the conference enables thoughtful discussion on adapting to water supply shortages and navigating pretreatment challenges.

The AZ Water is a 501(c)(3)nonprofit educational organization founded in 1928 with a membership of 2,700 water/wastewater professionals dedicated to preserving and enhancing Arizona's water environment.

More Information

About the event and WateReuse Arizona: Arizona | WateReuse Association
About the AZ Water Association: AZ Water Association
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Learn more about Kirk: Kirk Craig (geosyntec.com)