Curt Kampman of McClure Engineering Co. was inducted into the Iowa Golden Manhole Society (IAGMS) at the 2016 Iowa Water Environment Association (IAWEA) Annual Conference.
Kampman began his career with McClure Engineering Company (MEC) in 2009, and has spent the majority of his time in the evaluation and design of sanitary sewer collection systems. At MEC, Curt coordinates and manages collection system efforts, including Sanitary Sewer Evaluation Surveys (SSES), collection system hydraulic modeling, and the design of collection system rehabilitation and improvement projects.
In addition to his work at MEC, Curt is heavily involved in the Iowa Water Environment Association (IAWEA), serving for six years on the Collection System Committee. Curt has dedicated hundreds of hours to the Committee through his participation at meetings and his assistance and coordination of the annual Collection System Conference. In 2016, Curt will be furthering his dedication to IAWEA by assuming the role of Collection System Committee Chair.
“Curt’s expertise and talent far outweigh his years of experience. It’s amazing what he has achieved so far in his career.” said Terry Lutz, President and CEO of McClure Engineering Co. “Curt is a role model for all MEC teammates in the way he demonstrates our vision of building strong communities. In 2008, Kampman and his wife Abbie spent 10 months in East Africa volunteering their time in community development activities. We are truly proud of all that he has accomplished.”
Kampman joins only 42 other distinguished water environment professionals who have been inducted into IAGMS since 1999.