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  • Columbus Water Works
    including the water distribution and wastewater collection systems in Columbus and Fort Benning Field Services grew to 89 employees and John was promoted to Vice President after implementing an Inflow and Infiltration I I Abatement Program This I I Abatement Program added 17 employees dedicated to removing storm water from the sanitary sewer system in an effort to reduce wet weather related overflows John was recently promoted to Senior Vice President with responsibility for the operation and maintenance of the above ground infrastructure including the water and wastewater treatment plants water booster stations and wastewater lift stations Prior to CWW John graduated from Georgia Tech with an Industrial Engineering degree in 1992 and returned home to Columbus to work for the Char Broil Division of the W C Bradley Company His 13 year career with Char Broil started in Manufacturing Engineering moved into Quality Assurance and finished in Marketing developing portable and full size gas barbeque grills John is a licensed Water Distribution Operator and Wastewater Collection System Operator in the State of Georgia He serves actively in the Georgia Association of Water Professionals He successfully completed the Water and Wastewater Leadership Center taught by the renowned Kenan Flagler Business

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  • Columbus Water Works
    to six separate organizational strategic teams she is responsible for the development of programs and activities in support of strategic benchmarking and identification of best practices research as it applies to the water and wastewater industry In her role she is responsible for working with each team to develop and facilitate avenues to effectively partner strategic initiatives with all operational departments to ensure strong and effective continuous improvement practices are implemented throughout the organization In addition she is also responsible for the senior level management of the Water Works Human Resources programs to include but not limited to ensuring proactive planning and effective execution of talent acquisition diversity programs performance management employee and leadership development programs employee benefits programs employee engagement total rewards and recognition wellness programs training and organizational effectiveness Her responsibilities for corporate relations include the senior level assessment and management of community communications and outreach programs to include public education stakeholder relations and educational partnerships She also plans and executes communication strategies to achieve desired business objectives evaluates the effectiveness of the community outreach programs and facilitates in the development of comprehensive strategies to meet the information needs of internal and external audiences She has a BS in Biology from Mercer University Macon Georgia a Masters of Science in Administration from Columbus State University Columbus Georgia a Masters of Strategic Studies from the Army War College Carlisle Barracks PA and is a 2005 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Water and Wastewater Leadership Center She is also life certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources SPHR Gwen served 30 years combined active duty and reserve duty in the United States Army in various senior leadership positions before retiring as a Colonel in 2011 She is actively involved in numerous civic and professional

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  • Columbus Water Works
    Program and the Backflow Prevention Program under one manager and expanded the lab s analytical capacity to include Gas Chromatography Ion Chromatography Total Organic Carbon particle counting and mercury analysis In 1997 he was promoted to Assistant Vice President of Information and Water Quality Services where he served as Manager of the newly formed Information Technology Department and continued general management over the Environmental Compliance Department and the Water Quality Monitoring Department After the events of 9 11 the additional role of CWW Security Officer was added to his duties to oversee the development of the CWW Security Program In 2009 Vic was promoted to Vice President of Environmental and Information Services where he currently serves as CIO and Manager of the Information Technology Department He continues to provide general oversight management over the Water Quality Monitoring Department and the Environmental Compliance Department Vic graduated from Mercer University with a Bachelor of Arts double major in Chemistry and Christianity He attended the Georgia Water Wastewater Institute and is a certified as a Wastewater Operator Class III Wastewater Lab Analyst and Water Lab Analyst He attended Georgia Tech s Computer Certificate Program where he earned a Certificate in Database Management and a Certificate in Open Systems Vic also attended the University of North Carolina Kenan Flagler Business School and earned a Certificate in Water Wastewater Leadership Vic is trained at the ICS400 level under the National Incident Management System NIMS Vic has been recognized by his peers in the industry with several statewide awards including the Georgia Association of Water Professional s Ira C Kelly Award for Outstanding Service in Laboratory Operations and the Water Environment Federation s Laboratory Analyst Excellence Award Vic has served as President of the Muscogee Rotary Club Chairman of the GAWP Lab Committee and Information Technology

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  • Columbus Water Works
    Strategic Planning Employee Services Finance Information Technology Communications Security and Safety Reports Fort Benning Contact Us Social Media Blog Loading Becky M Butts Vice President Division of Corporate Relations Becky Butts serves as the VP of Corporate Relations for the Columbus Water Works Columbus Georgia She has been with Columbus Water Works since 1976 She is a member of the Columbus Water Works Senior Management Team She s responsible for general management and direction of the operations of the Division of Corporate Relations She is active in professional associations such as the American Water Works Association AWWA Water Environment Federation WEF and the Georgia Association of Water Professionals GAWP She currently serves as Chair for the Georgia Section of AWWA for Water for People and received the 2007 2008 Kenneth J Miller Founder s Award She has been Chair for GAWP s Customer Service Committee and served on the Public Education Committee She has management experience in customer service corporate and community event planning and strategic planning CALL BEFORE YOU DIG Whether you are planning to do it yourself or hire a professional smart digging means calling 811 before each job learn more EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES Play games and find out

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  • Columbus Water Works
    Operations in 2003 and is now Vice President of Water Resources and Managed Maintenance Lynn has been in the water and wastewater industry for 34 years having previously worked at N E Morgan Co Water Chief Operator for Muscle Shoals Utilities 6 yrs and Operator for Phenix City Utilities in Alabama prior to CWW Lynn has very extensive training in all aspects of the water and wastewater industry security and emergency response Credentials include Class I Georgia Water System Certification and Class III Georgia Wastewater Certification Certification for Alabama Vocational Education Instructors for Water Treatment Certification for Instructional Technology Water Treatment Georgia Water and Wastewater Institute and Water and Wastewater Leadership Certificate of Completion Kenan Flagler Business School University of North Carolina Lynn also taught part time water treatment courses in Alabama and Georgia Lynn has been recognized by his peers by evidence of Best Operated Plant Awards received at all water treatment facilities in which he has been employed among other various related awards for water and wastewater treatment plant operation Lynn was awarded the American Water Works Association Operator s Meritorious Service Award in 1994 and received a certificate for a USEPA Safe Drinking Water Act Excellence Award

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  • Columbus Water Works
    Engineering Strategic Planning Employee Services Finance Information Technology Communications Security and Safety Reports Fort Benning Contact Us Social Media Blog Loading Kevin White Kevin White joined the Columbus Water Works in January 2014 He served the Civil Engineering industry since 1997 with a diverse background in engineering design and executive management Most recently he was a Departmental Chair at Albany Technical College He developed managed and instructed the only Civil Engineering Technology Associate Degree program in the state of Georgia Prior to that Kevin was the Engineering Director at ABE Consulting where he supervised engineering operations and personnel for a full service engineering firm His design experience includes Residential Commercial and Infrastructure design as well as hydraulic and water resource analysis Kevin has served as an officer with local Georgia Chapters of ASCE in addition to coaching youth basketball Kevin received both his Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering and Master of Business Administration from the University of Georgia and is a licensed Professional Engineer CALL BEFORE YOU DIG Whether you are planning to do it yourself or hire a professional smart digging means calling 811 before each job learn more EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES Play games and find out how fun

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  • Columbus Water Works
    the Number Two sedimentation basin and the Number Two clearwell Facility upgrades and modifications from original construction occurred in 1941 1944 1957 1961 1965 1972 1977 1986 1988 1989 1991 and 1995 Maintenance of the buildings has always remained a top priority and as a result building infrastructures remain in excellent condition Also plant personnel are dedicated to utmost operation maintenance and cleanliness of plant process equipment buildings and grounds In 1956 the Board of Water Commissioners assumed responsibility for the sanitary sewer system Columbus wastewater treatment plant built in 1964 was among the first in the state of Georgia When constructed it treated approximately 80 percent of the city s sewage while a second smaller treatment plant handled the rest The South Columbus Water Resources Facility currently receives all of the wastewater flow from the entire community and operates as a modern secondary treatment facility In 1992 Columbus became one of the first cities in the country to have a Riverkeeper group an organization committed to river protection CWW helped found the group and has been involved with it ever since The Columbus Riverkeeper monitors an 80 mile stretch of the Chattahoochee River from West Point Lake to Fort Gaines and works to educate the community on protecting the river Also in the early 90s CWW launched a Master Plan for water and sewer services focusing on combined sewer overflow CSO issues CSOs can occur during wet weather events such as heavy rainfall when stormwater the runoff from parking lots and rooftops mixes with wastewater in the combined piping system This additional volume of flow can exceed the capacity of the system resulting in the discharge of partially treated or untreated wastewater into a body of water The Master Plan consolidated 16 CSOs into two treatment facilities and allowed

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  • Columbus Water Works
    Planning Employee Services Finance Information Technology Communications Security and Safety Reports Fort Benning Contact Us Social Media Blog Loading 2016 United Way Large Company of the Year Award GAWP Georgia Association of Water Professionals Top Operator Award Louis Smith GAWP Gold Awards for Compliance Ft Benning WTP GAWP Gold Awards for Compliance Tri Color Well GAWP Gold Awards for Compliance Leyte GAWP Gold Awards for Compliance Malone 17 GAWP Gold Awards for Compliance McKenna 2 GAWP Gold Awards for Compliance Good Hope GAWP Platinum Awards for Compliance NCWRF GAWP Platinum Awards for Compliance Hastings GAWP Platinum Awards for Compliance Griswold GAWP Platinum Awards for Compliance McKenna 1 GAWP Platinum Awards for Compliance Carmouche GAWP Platinum Awards for Compliance Camp Darby GAWP Plant of the Year Camp Darby Well GAWP Certificate of Achievement Tricolor Range GAWP Certificate of Achievement McKenna Mount Range GAWP Certificate of Achievement Malone 17 Range GAWP Certificate of Achievement Good Hope Range Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Patriotic Employer Award Kevin White CALL BEFORE YOU DIG Whether you are planning to do it yourself or hire a professional smart digging means calling 811 before each job learn more EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES Play games and find out

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