Photo Caption: AWWA President Jerry Stevens (left) presenting the George Warren Fuller Award to Paul J. Granger, P.E., Vice President, H2M (right) at the AWWA Annual Conference in Dallas, TXPaul J. Granger, P.E., Vice President at H2M, working in H2M’s Water Resources Division has been presented by the American Water Works Association (AWWA) with this year’s George Warren Fuller Award. This award is presented to selected members of AWWA – a national organization of water supply professionals with 57,000 members across North America for their distinguished service to the water supply field in commemoration of the sound engineering skill, the extraordinary talent and the constructive leadership which characterized the life of George Warren Fuller.
Mr. Granger was awarded this honor for his recent leadership efforts as both Chairman of the New York Section and his current work as chair of the Section Ad-HOC Hydrofracking Committee.
This prestigious award is given to members who have made significant contributions toward the advancement of the water works practice within the AWWA. For the past 20 years, Mr. Granger’s countless efforts have contributed to advancing practices, particularly in the area of drinking water protection and treatment and water supply engineering.
H2M is a full-service consulting and design firm offering the expertise of more than 260 architects, engineers (water supply, civil/site, structural, M/E/P, wastewater and environmental), planners, designers, inspectors, surveyors and scientists. H2M meets the challenges associated with buildings and infrastructure and has been serving various markets throughout Long Island, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut for more than 75 years.
H2M’s water resources business has long been a cornerstone of the company and has moved to the next level with the creation of H2M Water that will serve its existing water industry clients throughout Long Island, New York State and New Jersey and have the capabilities for national expansion.