Paul Howard Receives 2016 State Leadership Award from NEWWA

pbh-state-leadership-award-12-2016Paul Howard Receives 2016 State Leadership Award from NEWWA

On December 15, 2016, the New England Water Works Association (NEWWA) presented Tata & Howard Senior Vice President and Co-Founder Paul B. Howard, P.E., with the NEWWA State Leadership Award for the State of Massachusetts. The award recognizes outstanding leadership and contributions to the advancement of excellence in the water works profession. A past president of the Massachusetts Water Works Association (MWWA), Paul has over 38 years of engineering experience, all of which have been exclusively in the water environment. Throughout his career, Paul has been actively involved in state and regional water associations and has been a champion for the advancement of the water industry. All of us at T&H wish to extend our heartfelt congratulations to Paul on this well-deserved award!

 

T&H Honored with NEWWA’s Sponsor of the Year Award

T&H Honored with NEWWA’s Sponsor of the Year Award

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Associate Paul E. Cote, P.E., pictured center, accepts the award for Sponsor of the Year at the NEWWA Annual Conference on September 20, 2015.

Tata & Howard was honored with the 2015 Sponsor of the Year Award from the New England Water Works Association (NEWWA), the region’s largest and oldest not-for-profit organization of water works professionals.

“This award recognizes Tata & Howard’s significant, long-term support of the association through the volunteer services of employees, participation in committees and programs, financial support of various activities, and major contributions to fund-raisers,” said Raymond J. Raposa, NEWWA executive director.

This year, Tata & Howard was a Gold level annual sponsor of NEWWA’s major events. T&H has also been sponsor of the Annual Golf Classic since its inception in 1993 and has also been a consecutive Spring Conference exhibitor. In addition, T&H has supported NEWWA’s publications through advertising in the Source Newsletter, Member Roster, and the Journal.

A member of New England Water Works Association since 2004, many Tata & Howard employees have held positions of leadership and served on NEWWA Committees. Thomas R. Morgan, P.E., BCEE, Client Service Specialist, is chair of the Innovations Committee, member of the Program Committee, and a winner of the prestigious Fuller Award. Vice President Karen L. Gracey, P.E., is also a member of the Program Committee.

Vice President and National Director of Business Practices James J. Courchaine, Associate Paul E. Cote, and Thomas R. Morgan accepted the award at NEWWA’s 2015 Annual Conference on September 20, 2015.

Tata & Howard of Marlborough Honored by the New England Water Works Association

Tata & Howard of Marlborough Honored by the New England Water Works Association

HOLLISTON – Tata & Howard Inc. of Marlborough received the 2015 Sponsor of the Year Award from the New England Water Works Association (NEWWA), the region’s largest and oldest not-for-profit organization of water works professionals.

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Associate Paul E. Cote, P.E., pictured center, accepts the award for Sponsor of the Year at the NEWWA Annual Conference on September 20, 2015.

“This award recognizes Tata & Howard’s significant, long-term support of the association through the volunteer services of employees, participation in committees and programs, financial support of various activities, and major contributions to fund-raisers,” said Raymond J. Raposa, NEWWA executive director.

Tata & Howard is a specialized water, wastewater, stormwater, and environmental services consulting engineering firm dedicated to consistently delivering cost-effective, innovative project solutions. Tata & Howard provides a full range of environmental engineering services, including reports, design, construction administration, and resident observation. Their targeted expertise includes hydraulic modeling, asset management, treatment, water supply and distribution, stormwater management, wastewater collection systems, funding assistance, permitting, and dam engineering.

This year the firm was a Gold level annual sponsor of the association’s major events. Tata & Howard has been sponsor of the Annual Golf Classic since its inception in 1993. The firm has supported NEWWA’s publications through advertising in the Source Newsletter, Member Roster, and the Journal. The firm has also been a consecutive Spring Conference exhibitor.

A member of New England Water Works Association since 2004, a high percentage of Tata & Howard employees have held leadership positions and served on NEWWA Committees. Thomas R. Morgan, P.E., BCEE, Client Service Specialist, is chair of the Innovations Committee, member of the Program Committee, and a winner of the prestigious Fuller Award. Vice President Karen L. Gracey, P.E., is also a member of the Program Committee.

The award was accepted by Vice President and National Director of Business Practices James J. Courchaine, Associate Paul E. Cote, and Thomas R. Morgan on September 20 at NEWWA’s 2015 Annual Conference.

The New England Water Works Association is a nonprofit, independent, member-driven organization dedicated to serving the region’s water works professionals and the public interest. It is the oldest and most active regional water works association in the United States. For more than a century, NEWWA has worked to improve and sustain public water supplies, protect public health and safety, and advance the water supply profession. Visit us at newwa.org.

CMRSWC Wins Stormwater Award

CMRSWC Wins Stormwater Award

New England Stormwater Collaborative Announces 2014 Stormy Awards
by Janice Moran, NEWEA

April 8, 2015, Worcester, MA—The 2014 Stormy Award winners were announced during New England Water Works Association’s (NEWWA) Annual Meeting on April 1, 2015 in Worcester, MA. Five (5) awards were given to those highlighted ideas or simple, effective ways to boost funding, staff capacity, or political support for stormwater programs.

Stormy Award logo2014 STORMY AWARD WINNERS:

  • Developing Municipal IDDE Partnerships
    —Lexington, MA (Department of Public Works – Engineering Division)
  • Unique Stormwater Program Funding for Proactive Operations
    —City of Bristol, CT

The New England Stormwater Collaborative was formed in the Fall of 2013 by the New England Water Works Association, New England Water Environment Association and the New England Chapter – American Public Works Association. The Collaborative was developed to engage the stormwater community, provide a forum for information and education exchange, and advocate sound stormwater management practices.

*Tata & Howard has provided engineering services to the Central Massachusetts Regional Stormwater Coalition since 2009, and the project has been funded by Community Innovation Challenge (CIC) Grants. Of more than 120 applications received in the initial round, this stormwater project was one of few that was fully funded, which demonstrates the importance of the work and the value to the region. This project, which is supported by MassDEP, DCR, Blackstone River Coalition, and many others, is highly regarded in the industry. 

Thomas R. Morgan, P.E., BCEE, receives Fuller Award from NEWWA

Thomas R. Morgan, P.E., BCEE, receives Fuller Award from NEWWA

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l: Tom poses for a photo with NEWWA President-Elect Gene Koontz; r: Tom give his acceptance speech

Thomas R. Morgan, P.E., BCEE, Client Service Specialist at Tata & Howard, received the prestigious George Warren Fuller Award from the New England Water Works Association (NEWWA) during the Membership Recognition Gala on Tuesday evening, September 23, 2014.

Tom has been dedicated to providing water, wastewater, and stormwater services to communities throughout New England for the past 40 years.  Over the same timeframe, he has been actively involved in New England Water Works Association. He has served as Chair of the Program Committee, of which he is still a member, and is currently serving as Chair of the Innovations Committee. In addition, he has assisted with the aging infrastructure contest for the last eight years, organized several scavenger hunts at the Spring Conference, and attended numerous Association events. He is also an active and long-term contributor to Water for People, providing donations for much needed assistance to developing countries for the advancement of clean water and sanitary facilities.

The George Warren Fuller Award was established in 1937 and is presented annually to one member per section of the American Water Works Association for their distinguished service to the water supply field in commemoration of the sound engineering skill, the brilliant diplomatic talent, and the constructive leadership which characterized the life of George Warren Fuller, one of America’s most eminent engineers. Such designation is presumed to recognize publicly the contribution toward the advancement of water works practice the individual has made.

Congratulations, Tom!