John O. Revette, P.E.
The Chazen Companies hired John O. Revette, Professional Engineer. He joins the firm with over 12 years of experience in municipal treatment plan and conveyance system design. Revette’s experience also includes project and financial management, site and facilities planning, preliminary and final design of water and wastewater facilities, construction management and inspection with a particular focus on enhanced nutrient removal of phosphorus and nitrogen.
“John brings extensive experience to Chazen especially in the area of water and wastewater treatment,” said Eric Haslam, P.E., director of engineering services.
Revette earned his bachelor’s degree from Clarkson University in Potsdam, N.Y. and his master’s degree from John Hopkins University in Baltimore, Md. He has also co-authored the WEFTEC 2014 paper “Design Considerations for Magnetite-Ballasted Activated Sludge Facilities.”
Chazen recently became a founding corporate member with the Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum, located in Poughkeepsie, NY. The Children’s Museum “enlightens minds through a fun and creative learning environment where hands-on experiences spark curiosity, discovery and the joy of exploration.” Chazen is proud to support this wonderful mission.
New corporate members are highlighted in this Poughkeepsie Journal post below:
Children’s museum begins corporate member program — The Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum, Poughkeepsie, welcomed 12 businesses as founding members for its new corporate member program.
Community Catalyst Members are Marriott Residence Inn and TEG Federal Credit Union. Partner Members are Central Hudson Gas & Electric Co., Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union and PDQ Printing. Contributor Members are The Chazen Companies, Marshall & Sterling Insurance, Sono-Tek and Yellowbook. Basic Corporate Members are Fortress Financial Advisory, LLC, Greystone Programs and Wineracks.com
Corporate membership is designed to help the museum achieve its mission of enlightening minds through a fun and creative learning environment. This program provides an opportunity to businesses to invest in the community, their employees and the museum through unrestricted annual giving.
For more information, visit www.mhcm.org