D&B Receives Project of the Year Award from NYS Society of Professional Engineers in Recognition of City of Yonkers Elevated Water Storage Tank on Nodine Hill

Posted on June 15, 2020

D&B Engineers and Architects, P.C. (D&B) has received the 2020 Project of the Year Award from New York State Society of Professional Engineers, Inc. (NSPE-NY) Westchester/Putnam Chapter. The award acknowledges D&B Engineers and Architects, P.C.’s successful rehabilitation of the one-million-gallon elevated water storage tank on Nodine Hill serving the City of Yonkers. D&B Engineers and Architects, P.C. was honored as ‘a firm committed to improving communities’ quality of life via sustainable solutions and implementation of innovative technologies.’

Pictured at the New York State Society of Professional Engineers, Inc. (NSPE-NY) Westchester/Putnam Chapter Awards Dinner from left to right are: Carolyn A. Lowe, P.E., Vice President of D&B Engineers and Architects, P.C. Wastewater/Water Supply Division; Michael G. Savarese, P.E., Senior Associate of D&B Engineers and Architects, P.C. Water Supply Division; and Steven A. Fangmann, P.E., BCEE, President of D&B Engineers and Architects, P.C. accepting the 2020 Project of the Year Award from NSPE-NY Westchester/Putnam Chapter for the City of Yonkers elevated water storage tank on Nodine Hill project.

At the Association’s Awards Dinner held in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, D&B Engineers and Architects, P.C. President Steven A. Fangmann, P.E., BCEE commented, “We received this honor with great pride. The D&B team collaborated with all parties in the field and provided construction management and inspection services. Key upgrades included improvements to bring the tank into compliance with ANSI/OSHA standards.”

The four-million-dollar tank rehabilitation project on Nodine Hill improved water quality for consumers, enhanced safety for operators and upgraded the aesthetics of the structure. 

About New York State Society of Professional Engineers, Inc. Westchester/Putnam Chapter:

New York State Society of Professional Engineers, Inc. Westchester/Putnam Chapter is an organization of local engineering professionals that promotes and defends the lawful and ethical practice of engineering. It protects and promotes professional engineers in all disciplines and areas of practice with a focus on the local needs of Westchester and Putnam County Professional Engineers. Visit www.westputpe.org.