From right, Ray Shell, MWA executive vice president of plant and field operations, introduces MWA Chairman Sam Hart to Tom Kelley, second from left, project manager with Jacobs Engineering, and Michael Hoisington, far left, Haskell’s senior project manager for water during the Pipe Turning Ceremony for the authority’s waste water treatment plant project.
From right, Ray Shell, MWA executive vice president of plant and field operations, introduces MWA Chairman Sam Hart to Tom Kelley, second from left, project manager with Jacobs Engineering, and Michael Hoisington, far left, Haskell’s senior project manager for water during the Pipe Turning Ceremony for the authority’s waste water treatment plant project. Special to The Telegraph
From right, Ray Shell, MWA executive vice president of plant and field operations, introduces MWA Chairman Sam Hart to Tom Kelley, second from left, project manager with Jacobs Engineering, and Michael Hoisington, far left, Haskell’s senior project manager for water during the Pipe Turning Ceremony for the authority’s waste water treatment plant project. Special to The Telegraph

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