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The Hamilton County WWTA has hired Michael Patrick as the new WWTA Engineering Project Manager/Chief Engineer. 

Patrick most recently worked as the Director, Waste Resources Division for the City of Chattanooga where he was responsible for the overall operation of the City of Chattanooga Regional Wastewater Collection and Treatment system. 

“We are extremely excited to add Michael to the team,” said WWTA Executive Director Mark Harrison. “His work experience will be very valuable to the WWTA.”

In his new position, Patrick will oversee all engineering projects including design, construction documentation, surveying, bid and construction administration and perform the managerial, supervisory and administrative functions of the engineering design section.

“Michael’s vast experience made him the obvious choice for the position,” said Mike Moon, WWTA Board Chairman. “We are excited about his addition to our team and look forward to working with him.”

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