Welcoming Our Newest Engineer

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August 5, 2020

Mountain Waterworks is excited to announce that Sam Nieslanik has joined its engineering team. A recent graduate of Gonzaga’s 2020 class, Sam earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering with a focus on Environmental Engineering. Drawn to Civil Engineering by his interest in systems thinking, Sam has come to appreciate the impact water and wastewater systems have on public health and the environment.

Currently an Engineer in Training (EIT), Sam is pursuing his professional licensure and plans to continue his education by taking classes at the University of Idaho in the fall. Sam chose to join the team at Mountain Waterworks because he felt the company’s size and leadership would provide a variety of opportunities for him to grow as an engineer – from engineering services procurement, to design, to project closeout.

When not at work, Sam can be found either biking the Green Belt or fly fishing on a nearby stream. He’s hoping that once the Pandemic subsides, he can get back to his weekend pick-up games on the courts of the YMCA and join one of Boise’s many recreational softball teams.

Mountain Waterworks is glad to have Sam on board and looks forward to watching him progress as he provides outstanding engineering services to communities and clients.

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