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PHOENIX — Leading environmental engineering and construction firm Brown and Caldwell today announced Michael Bomar has joined the firm as client services director in alignment with its southwest US and California growth strategy.

With a 25-year water and wastewater sector background, Bomar is a proven leader in establishing long-lasting relationships and serving clients in multiple geographies. He brings a history of identifying required technical expertise to effectively execute new opportunities and building collaborative teams of technical staff among company and sub-consultant personnel to deliver projects on time and budget.

Bomar’s new role focuses on developing relationships with new and existing clients and aligning Brown and Caldwell’s full suite of services to help solve the region’s most complex water and environmental challenges related to aging infrastructure, population growth, and drinking water supply. He will offer strategic counsel to help make clients’ capital investments go further via the lowest life cycle cost.

Since the early 1980s, Brown and Caldwell has provided professional services to numerous municipal and private industry clients throughout the southwest as described by area leader Ron Ablin:

“I am thrilled to welcome a leader of Michael’s caliber to our growing business. He brings a history of identifying required technical expertise to effectively execute new opportunities and building collaborative teams of technical staff to identify approaches to meet client needs on time and budget.”

Based in Phoenix, Bomar holds a bachelor’s in environmental engineering and is a licensed professional engineer in eight states.

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Cameron McWilliam | 303.968.2055 | cameron_mcwilliam@brwncald.com