TESCO is first system integrator invited to join the Water Design-Build Council
The Water Design-Build Council (WDBC), a not-for-profit organization dedicated to collaborative delivery methods for water infrastructure projects, has invited Tesco Controls, Inc., (TESCO) to join its organization. This marks the first time the WDBC has invited a system integrator to join the Council.
Representing TESCO as an allied member on the WDBC Board of Directors is Brian Adams, P.E., Director of Design-Build Projects. Prior to joining TESCO, Adams was a civil and mechanical contractor. He then began practicing as a P.E. in various roles at national and global consulting firms focused on water and wastewater projects. Most recently, Adams was a key team member of the water design-build sales group for a multinational firm that designs and constructs water and wastewater treatment plants.
TESCO’s alternate board member, Shain Thomas, CEO commented, “Our Company is honored to help further the work of WDBC, and to support its educational initiatives and industry advocacy.” Under Thomas’ leadership and strategic direction, TESCO, a 45-year-old employee-owned company, has seen substantial growth over the past five years, largely influenced by its involvement in significant water design-build projects. Thomas continued, “We believe strongly in the design-build approach as a means of delivering optimal outcomes for the client.”
About Water Design-Build Council
Chartered in 2006, WDBC’s mission is to evolve best practices for successful implementation of water projects through collaborative delivery methods. They fulfill this mission by facilitating thought leadership with stakeholders through research, education and communication. WDBC seeks to advance the development and rehabilitation of the nation’s municipal water and wastewater systems through the design-build and construction management at-risk (CMAR) methods of project delivery. These processes integrate both the design and construction phases to optimize innovation, speed, quality control and single-point accountability. For more information, visit https://waterdesignbuild.com.
About Tesco Controls, Inc.
Tesco Controls, Inc., is one of North America’s largest control system integrators focused solely on the water, wastewater and renewable energy sectors. TESCO delivers comprehensive, end-to-end power and process control systems, from initial assessment and system design, to manufacturing, programming, and commissioning. The Company offers custom fabrication and OEM capabilities for most major equipment manufacturers at its U.S. facility. TESCO’s ability to provide a complete suite of vertically-integrated professional services and manufacturing capabilities helps clients to manage schedule, quality, performance risk and final outcomes. For more information, visit https://tescocontrols.com.
SOURCE: Tesco Controls, Inc.