Wendy Martinez, Conveyance Expert, Joins CDM Smith
DALLAS – CDM Smith is pleased to announce that Wendy Martinez, PE has joined our water team in Dallas. She brings 30 years of experience designing and implementing complex conveyance projects across the state of Texas and will lead the growth of CDM Smith’s conveyance practice in the Dallas-Fort Worth region.
“I’m excited to join CDM Smith because it’s an employee-owned firm that’s known as a leader in the water industry,” said Martinez. “Our Dallas office is filled with energetic, effective people who develop strong relationships and deliver results to our clients.”
Martinez has built her career on successful, hands-on work on a host of pump stations, lift stations, and pipelines—helping lead and deliver projects across Texas, from studies and master plans through design and construction. Her project portfolio includes new and rehabilitated water and wastewater pump stations up to 300 mgd, water storage facilities up to 60 mg capacity and large diameter water and wastewater pipelines, for both new and renewed systems, up to 120 inches in diameter. Her experience has encompassed management of all project aspects from contract initiation through construction phase services and closeout, with a focus on continuously supporting the holistic development of each through more cost effective, efficient solutions within each water system.
“The population growth in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex is bringing lots of opportunities and challenges on the conveyance side,” said Martinez. “As a firm, we’re focused on helping our clients keep up with the increasing demand for services, while also working with them to minimize public impacts and rehabilitating or renewing assets for the long term.”
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