Hatem El-Sayegh Joins Barge Waggoner Sumner And Cannon

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Barge, Waggoner, Sumner and Cannon, Inc. announced that Hatem El-Sayegh, PhD, PE, joins the firm as the Wet Weather Practice Leader. 

“Hatem’s experience and specialized knowledge in the wet weather arena is a great addition to our growing practice in the area of CSO/SSO reduction, CMOM development, and conditions assessment for wastewater utilities,” said Barney Fullington, director, Water Services.

Mr. El-Sayegh earned his Doctor of Philosophy and Master of Science in Water Resources Engineering from Duke University. His Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering was obtained at American University in Cairo, Egypt. Mr. El-Sayegh is a Registered Professional Engineer in Georgia.

Prior to Barge Waggoner, Mr. El-Sayegh served as the Hydraulic Modeling and Condition Assessment Practice Leader at Jacobs Engineering Group, where he applied knowledge of engineering principles and practices to water resources projects, particularly collection system modeling and master planning. He is a NASSCO Certified Trainer - Pipeline, Manhole, and Lateral Assessment and Certification Program.

Mr. El-Sayegh, a published author, is affiliated with the Water Environment Federation and Georgia Association of Water Professionals.


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