August 20, 2018 – This past week, the Annual Maryland Association of Counties (MACo) Summer Conference drew nearly 2,000 local, state, and federal government officials and their families to the Roland Powell Convention Center in Ocean City, Maryland. This year’s conference, “Water, Water, Everywhere,” focused on all the ways counties work with water, from the health of the Bay and Maryland’s waterways to the infrastructure, treatment and regulations that ensure safe and healthy water flows through our pipes.
Soltesz exhibited at the conference, meeting with County and State elected officials, local government representatives and industry colleagues. The conference provided the opportunity for Soltesz to showcase the firm’s work throughout the State, most notably their water resources engineering projects, such as their work for the Clean Water Partnership in Prince George’s County and the Montgomery County P3 Water Quality Improvements Project—as well as more traditional stormwater management design efforts in collaboration with local municipalities and private development projects—that are expected to serve as economic drivers to the region. Soltesz is proud of our relationship with these government officials and private developers.
Representing Soltesz at the conference were Jim Soltesz, PE, President & CEO; Phil Isaja, Senior Associate and Project Manager; and Chetna Sinha, Marketing Manager.
Soltesz is an ENR MidAtlantic ranked engineering firm serving Maryland and the surrounding DC Metropolitan Region for over 38 years. The firm provides site and civil design, environmental/water resources engineering, landscape architecture and surveying services from six offices throughout the region.
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