Sam is a Professional Engineer with 10 years of experience in the water and wastewater industry. With experience in municipal project development, technical equipment sales, and executing maintenance agreements, Sam understands the complexities of the water market.
He is a graduate of the University of Arkansas and holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering. Previously, Sam spent seven years working for a manufacturer’s representative firm that served the water and wastewater industry. He completed municipal and industrial water projects in multiple states across the southeast. He was involved in every aspect of the equipment procurement process from early project development through project bid to final plant start up.
Sam is a member of the American Water Works Association (AWWA), Little Rock Engineers Club, Water Environment Federation (WEF), and currently serves as the President of the Mississippi Water Environment Association (MWEA).
As Director of Operations for Entegrity’s Water Division, Sam’s current responsibilities include working with clients to establish long-range goals, strategies, and plans for water conservation and resource recovery. Sam works with Entegrity’s engineering team to develop client-focused solutions that are beneficial to our clients’ Triple Bottom Line: Ultimately, he is responsible for delivering successful, turn-key projects that meet a client’s financial, social and environmental goals.