SPF Water Engineering in Boise has hired David Keil and Cyndy Bratz as principal engineers.
Keil will work as business lead for SPF’s wastewater and reclaimed water engineering practice. He recently led the Northwest area water/wastewater business for a national consulting firm. Keil, a LEED-accredited engineer, helped Meridian become Idaho’s first city to produce and use Class A recycled water and helped Clean Water Services near Portland, Ore., construct the first full-scale commercial nutrient recovery facility in the United States.
Bratz will work as technology lead for the wastewater and reclaimed water engineering practice. She has 23 years of experience as a consulting engineer in Idaho and is also LEED accredited. She is an expert in the design of ultraviolet disinfection facilities. She is past president of the Pacific Northwest Clean Water Association, past president of the Southern Idaho Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers and a member of the Water Environment Federation.