The Local Design Support Engineer will assist in performing activities related to finalizing the remedial approach and selection of the preferred treatment of technology(ies) for dioxin remediation. Under direct supervision, this position is responsible to assist in efforts to provide the detailed engineering design necessary to implement the approved remedial approach(es) and performs technical activities […]
In July 2018, the American Council of Engineering Companies of Louisiana (ACEC\L) elected its new Chairman, officers, and Members-At-Large for 2018-2019.Among the new Board Members-At-Large was Trigon’s CEO, Lisa F. Cookmeyer, PE. Lisa has been an active member of ACEC\Louisiana, as well as other local and regional engineering organizations, for her entire professional career. The American […]
A first-of-its-kind in the West Bank, this project consisted of providing a highly computerized monitoring system for 40 water production wells, 3 booster stations and 3 reservoirs scattered throughout the West Bank. The system transmits information via a telecommunications system to a central control room located at the West Bank Water Department (WBWD) offices in […]
Led the development of several programs related to short and long-term maintenance of roadways throughout the West Bank. Some of the key objectives of these programs were to establish formal reactive and preventive maintenance procedures; better sustain existing roads throughout the West Bank; effectively respond to emergencies and complaints; build a computerized maintenance management system […]
Assessed numerous roadway segments that had experienced various problems and modes of failure. Identified the root cause of failures in each case and developed remedial actions necessary to repair the roadways. The efforts were documented in a report titled “Assessment Study for Failures on Various USAID-Funded Roadways”.
Worked in concert with USAID and the PWA, criteria were established to select candidate communities, and the plan is to design and install one or two WWTPs.
Worked closely with the West Bank Water Department (WBWD) to improve operational conditions for water well and booster station facilities. A key component of this effort included the development of a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) for creating, tracking and managing all work orders associated with the facilities. Also provided operational assistance of the facilities; […]
Led the environmental assessment efforts and supported construction mobilization, safety, quality, and environmental efforts and provide ongoing construction management services for four (4) new water storage reservoirs and associated booster stations.
Construction Management and supervision services for the construction of two 500-cubic meter elevated water storage tanks, one 3000 cubic meter ground storage tank, 11.2 km of transmission pipeline and over 85 km of water distribution lines in multiple towns/villages. Project Cost – $13M