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Trooper Smith Has Moved to San Antonio

Trooper Smith, P.E., ENV SP, Group Manager of Freese and Nichols' Central Division Treatment, Transmission and Utilities Group, has moved to our San Antonio office to extend our water and wastewater services in the San Antonio and coastal regions.

A former U.S. Army engineer in Iraq, Trooper is experienced in managing large, multi-discipline project teams to complete large-scale, complex projects. His background includes water and wastewater plant design, process evaluation, and plant operation and maintenance; pipeline design; sludge handling and disposal facilities; pump design; industrial wastewater treatment facilities; construction management services; and program management services.

His award-winning work includes leading the team that designed the largest Return Activated Sludge (RAS) Vertical Turbine Solids Handling pumping application in the United States. The project, for Trinity River Authority, received a gold Engineering Excellence Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies of Texas in 2010.

Trooper and his family live in the heart of San Antonio, where they participate in several community events, such as the annual Basura Bash and Keep Pets Alive. Trooper is also an active leader in professional organizations, particularly the Water Environment Association of Texas, where he recently completed a two-year assignment as the Texas Water Conference Program Chair and has previously served in numerous leadership positions. WEAT has honored him with the Medal of Honor Award, Watermark Award and as an Emerging Leader.

Awards

  • Top 20 Under 40; ENR Texas & Louisiana, 2013
  • Gold Award Category F, Wastewater; Texas ACEC, 2010
  • Emerging Leader Award; WEAT, 2009
  • Medal of Honor Award; WEAT, 2006
  • Watermark Award for Web-Centric Project Communication Tools; WEAT, 2004

Please join us in welcoming Trooper to San Antonio!

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