Dan has been with RH2 for over 20 years, providing leadership and direction within RH2’s Water Treatment Group. He has been instrumental in overseeing complex, cutting-edge facility projects that include well development and rehabilitation, groundwater and surface water treatment, and wastewater planning and improvements, expanding RH2’s valuable efforts to convert unusable water into clean and safe drinking water for communities.
Kyle has over 25 years of experience and is one of RH2’s design engineers. He has been involved in many of our complex and successful projects and continually advanced RH2’s technical capabilities by improving our design tools and the quality and consistency of our services and deliverables to clients. His ability to review a project on-site and recommend adjustments quickly highlights RH2’s overall approach to being flexible and innovative to meet client needs.
Michele has been with RH2 for over 18 years, managing and shaping the Engineering Planning Group. With her leadership, we have created a team that is the envy of our competition. She has contributed to our success by being involved in developing RH2’s comprehensive plans which are routinely used as the standard of care and an example of sophisticated insight by regulatory agencies. These comprehensive plans are paving the road to the future by integrating the newest and most sophisticated technologies into the analysis and planning process.
We are pleased to announce RH2’s newest Principals, Chris Roberts and Edwin Halim! They join John Hendron, Ryan Peterson, Steve Nelson, James Swanson, and Doug Schlepp as Principals, rounding out a group of talented, esteemed leaders in their respective fields. We are excited to watch Chris and Edwin continue to grow in their new roles and look forward to the contributions they will make to the leadership of our company, shaping the future and success of RH2 for many years to come.
Work on a 3,400-foot-long water pipe that will connect a new 2.5-million-gallon reservoir to the city water system should begin in the next couple weeks. The new tank will replace one that might be vulnerable in an earthquake.