Senior Level Wastewater Engineer Joins Firm

 
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Michael Stein Brings Nearly 30 Years of Experience in Wastewater Engineering to Wright-Pierce

Michael A. Stein, PE has recently joined the firm’s Wastewater Practice Group as a Senior Project Manager.  A wastewater and utility infrastructure engineer, Mike has served as Project Manager for municipal wastewater collection and treatment projects throughout New England including combined sewer overflow and pump station systems upgrade projects. He has overseen sewer system infrastructure projects from the initial evaluations and feasibility studies, onto design, construction monitoring, and systems operations and maintenance. Mr. Stein has also conducted asset management studies and performed risk based assessments of wastewater and sewer system infrastructure and has been instrumental in procuring funding for rehabilitation and new infrastructure projects.
 
Prior to joining Wright-Pierce, Mr. Stein worked with communities throughout Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine, including major pump station upgrades for the City of Portsmouth, NH; stormwater collection engineering for the City of Salem, MA, and extensive sewer system and Capacity, Management, Operations and Maintenance (CMOM) projects for the City of Portland, ME.

Mike is a licensed Professional Engineer in Maine and New Hampshire and is a member of Water Environment Federation, New England Water Environment Association, Maine Water Environment Association, New Hampshire Water Pollution Control Association and American Society of Civil Engineers.


Michael A. Stein, PE
Senior Project Manager
Wastewater Practice Group