Joseph A. Fioraliso, P.E. Presented with Water Environment Federation Life Member Award

Posted on March 26, 2020

Joseph A. Fioraliso, PE Receives National Recognition for Active Membership from New York Water Environment Association, Inc.

 Joseph A. Fioraliso, PE, a Senior Associate with D&B, holding his Water Environment Federation Life Member Award presented by the New York Water Environment Association, Inc. during its 92nd Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in New York City.

Joseph A. Fioraliso, P.E., a Senior Associate at D&B, was recently recognized with a Water Environment Federation Life Member Award from New York Water Environment Association, Inc. (NYWEA) during the Association’s 92nd Annual Meeting & Exhibition held in Manhattan, NY. The award recognized Mr. Fioraliso for his support as an active member of NYWEA for over 35 years.

Mr. Fioraliso joined D&B in 1974 and has extensive expertise in the planning, design, and construction of sewage collection, as well as treatment systems. A graduate of Manhattan College (Riverdale, NY) with a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering, Mr. Fioraliso received his Master’s Degree in Environmental Engineering from the Polytechnic Institute of New York University (Brooklyn, NY).

As a 45-year industry veteran, Mr. Fioraliso is an active member of NYWEA’s Long Island Chapter and has served as chairman of its Education and Membership Committees. He is also a member of the Select Society of Sanitary Sludge Shovelers. In addition to receiving this recent honor, he is a recipient of NYWEA’s Long Island Chapter’s Service Award and the State Association’s Collection System Award.

D&B President Steven A. Fangmann commented, “D&B and our people are deeply committed to our industry and to our clients. It is an honor for Joe Fioraliso to be recognized for his active role and dedication to the principles and goals of NYWEA for so many decades.”

About NYWEA:
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New York Water Environment Association, Inc. (NYWEA) was founded in 1929, by professionals in the field of water quality as a non-profit, educational organization. Association members helped lead the way toward existing state and national clean water programs. Today the Association has over 2,700 members representing diverse backgrounds and specialties, but all are concerned and involved with protecting and enhancing our precious water resources.