Letter from the President

We appreciate our clients and the opportunities to serve them. We are committed to serving our clients, our communities, our state and our nation while upholding the highest professional standards. We have consistently remained dedicated to providing comprehensive engineering services focused exclusively on water quality, water supply and flood control. Guided by the Wiedeman and Singleton standard of excellence, our staff incorporates experience, scientific knowledge and state-of-the-art engineering into meeting the needs of each client.

We pledge to maintain our fiduciary responsibility. Throughout our history we have respected our clients’ financial concerns by dedicating ourselves to a utility concept of planning and implementation in order to deliver cost-effective water and sewer services. We treat our clients’ money as if it were our own. We pledge and commit to you that our Firm will deliver cost-effective solutions that protect the public and the environment. Further, we pledge to assist you in delivering cost-effective programs to minimize the burden on ratepayers and promote economic development opportunities.

We pledge to continue our 100 year tradition of meeting a wide range of client needs. We have been very fortunate to develop a broad range of skills as a result of designing hundreds of water supply and water reclamation projects. These facilities have ranged in size from less than 100,000 gallons per day to 100 million gallons per day. We have worked for more than 150 municipalities and county governments in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. Our lengthy history has given us an institutional memory of exceptional value to our clients and to our profession.

We remain committed to uphold the highest professional standards. We are committed to developing the next generation of engineering talent as well as supporting the development of our profession and communities. Our program of training young engineers will continue to include a broad range of practice areas within our field. We will continue to support our professional organizations and technical publications. Recently, I had the distinct honor to author Chapter 22 of the 2005 edition of Water Treatment Plant Design published by the American Water Works Association.

On behalf of all of Wiedeman and Singleton, we thank you for giving us the opportunity to work with you and look forward to serving you in the future.

Sincerely,

John Wiedeman
President