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UNITED WATER FEDERAL SERVICES TO PROVIDE WATER AND WASTEWATER SERVICES TO U.S. MILITARY BASES

UNITED WATER FEDERAL SERVICES TO PROVIDE WATER AND WASTEWATER SERVICES TO U.S. MILITARY BASES

 PARAMUS, NJ – United Water Federal Services, an organization dedicated to providing water and wastewater services to United State

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UNITED WATER FEDERAL SERVICES TO PROVIDE WATER AND WASTEWATER SERVICES TO U.S. MILITARY BASES

 PARAMUS, NJ – United Water Federal Services, an organization dedicated to providing water and wastewater services to United States military bases and federal installations, announced its intentions to bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the government services marketplace. This new company has a strategy to provide resilient, reliable and cost-effective solutions in a vital and growing market that lies at the heart of America’s infrastructure.

“It is an honor and a privilege to embark on this new mission and we are determined to bring a level of service that is unparalleled in the industry,” said Anthony Dusovic, vice president and general manager.  “Our long history, breadth of expertise and strong track record positions us well to provide services to our country’s armed forces for many years to come.”  

In addition to the operation and maintenance of water and wastewater systems, United Water Federal Services brings a comprehensive array of services and knowledge to meet the needs of military bases, including asset management, capital planning and construction, environmental and water quality compliance and treatment technologies to suit a wide range of needs.

“We are a full service provider ready to meet the water challenges of today’s military bases,” said Dusovic.  “Providing these essential services will make it just a little bit easier for our service men and women to fulfill their critical and greater mission.”  

United Water Federal Services has engaged a prestigious group of retired United States military generals, each with over 30 years of distinguished service to serve on its Board of Advisors.  “I am pleased and proud to work with United Water Federal Services on our new mission and am confident that base commanders around the country will find that this is the right provider with the right level of experience and expertise,” said advisory board vice-chair and retired General Stephen Joyce.

The new company is a wholly-owned subsidiary of SUEZ North America, which operates across all 50 states with about 3,500 employees providing drinking water, wastewater and waste collection service to 7.4 million people on a daily basis. The company treats 570 million gallons of water and 815 million gallons of wastewater each day and rehabilitates and maintains water assets for more than 4,000 municipal and industrial customers, and manages $4.1 billion in total assets. For additional information, please visit the United Water Federal Services website at www.unitedwater.com

Press Contact: Steve Goudsmith 201-225-6809

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Board of Advisors

Our Board of Advisors is a distinguished group of retired military personnel now dedicated to fulfilling the mission of providing water and wastewater services to U.S. military bases.

Margaret Burcham:

Brigadier General Margaret Burcham retired from the U.S. Army after 34 years of service as a Combat Engineer specializing in engineering, construction and personnel management.

Margaret Burcham:

In September 2016, Brigadier General Margaret Burcham completed a 34-year career as an Army Combat Engineer specializing in Military Engineering and Construction, in addition to Personnel Management. She has served in a wide variety of command leadership and supporting staff roles. She now owns a distinguished consulting practice.

As an Army Engineer Officer, Burcham served in a wide variety of command leadership and supporting staff roles. Leadership highlights include 7 years commanding U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Districts in Wiesbaden, Germany and in the combat theater in Tikrit, Iraq, and a Corps of Engineers Division in Cincinnati, Ohio supervising 7 Districts (4800 employees) with responsibility for engineering and civil works support to the entire Great Lakes region and the Ohio River Valley.

Burcham was appointed by the White House as a member of the Mississippi River Commission to monitor the health of the Mississippi River and its tributaries and is a member of the Society of American Military Engineers.

Burcham holds a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY, a M.S. degree in Computer Science from Kansas State University, and a M.A. degree in National Resource Strategy from the Industrial College of the Armed Forces.

David Morris

Retired US Army Major General David A. Morris was commissioned in 1975, serving over 36 years in active and reserve assignments.

David Morris

Retired US Army Major General David A. Morris is the owner of Decisive Edge, LLC, a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business consulting company. He is on the Board of Advisors of Adhesys Medical, Inc., and Bramer Group, LLC. Morris has also served as the volunteer Chairman of the Board for the non-profit Green Beret Foundation.

Commissioned in 1975 from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, he served for over 36 years in both active and reserve assignments, including combat tours in Latin America and the Middle East as a Special Forces officer. As a General Officer, he served as the Commanding General of a 12,000-member organization among a variety of other assignments. As a civilian, Morris served in various organizations of the intelligence community retiring as a member of the Defense Intelligence Senior Executive Service.

Morris is regarded as a Subject Matter Expert in both Special Operations and Intelligence. He has served as a Vice President at DynCorp International, focusing on Special Operations and Intelligence strategies and business development. He was the Senior National Security Advisor to James Madison University as well as a guest lecturer at the Naval Post Graduate School. He also taught graduate courses as an adjunct professor with the American Public University System.

Major General Morris holds a Master of Public Administration degree with a triple major from Golden Gate University and is also a graduate of the US Army Command and General Staff College and the US Army War College. He is the recipient of multiple military and civilian awards.

Theresa Carter

Major General Theresa Carter retired from the U.S. Air Force in 2016 after 31 years of service as a Civil Engineer Officer and leader in installation management.

Theresa Carter

Theresa Carter retired from the United States Air Force in 2016 as a Major General after 31 years of service as a civil engineer officer and leader in installation management and organizational change. A career civil engineer, she served in a variety of command and leadership positions at the base, major command, and Headquarters United States Air Force level. She commanded a civil engineer squadron, mission support group, two air base wings and one center. Notable commands include the 8,000-person 502d Air Base Wing and Joint Base San Antonio, the largest joint base in the Department of Defense and as the first commander of the Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center, led the largest organizational change in the Air Force since 1992 to establish a single intermediate-level headquarters delivering support to 77 installations with an annual budget of over $10 billion.

Carter was the first female officer in the civil engineering career field promoted to the rank of brigadier general and the first female officer to serve as the Air Force Civil Engineer, the highest-ranking officer in the career field.

She holds a bachelor of science in industrial engineering from Purdue University, a master of science from the University of Oklahoma, and a master of science in national resource strategy from the Industrial College of the Armed Forces at National Defense University. She is registered as a professional engineer in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Stephen Joyce

Brigadier General Stephen E. Joyce retired from the U. S. Army after 33 years of distinguished active duty service.

Stephen Joyce

Brigadier General Stephen E. Joyce retired from the U. S. Army after 33 years of distinguished active duty service. In 2012 he formed Strategic Solutions to provide strategic planning, consulting and business development services to a diverse group of clients including NATO, National Guard Bureau, Departments of Defense and State, and international NGOs.

He has served as the Deputy to the Deputy Chief of Staff Stability, and Deputy Director Allied Command Europe, Project and Partnering, Headquarters ISAF Joint Command, Kabul, Afghanistan and as Vice Commander, U.S. Joint Forces Command (USJFCOM), Joint Enabling Capabilities Command (JECC), among many other high-level assignments.

Joyce’s awards and decorations, too numerous to list in total, include the Distinguished Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Army Reserve Component Achievement Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal and the Humanitarian Service Medal

In 1990, Joyce graduated with a Bachelor of Science, Occupational Education from Wayland Baptist University and in 2005 with a Master in Science, Strategic Studies, United States Army War College. He is also a graduate of Advanced Joint Professional Military Education (JPME) II, a Black Belt in Lean Six Sigma, a Malcolm Baldridge Examiner and a Governance Fellow, National Association of Corporate Directors. Joyce is also an Army Master Aviator, UH-60 SIP & MTFE.

Events

We are on the go at events around the nation. Find us here:

November 1, 2017

DOD/Federal Energy & Water Forum

Washington, DC
November 15-17, 2017

Join us in 2017!

David L. Lawrence Convention Center

1000 Fort Duquesne | Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Our Commitment

Being ready to serve our nation’s defending forces also means a strong commitment to our workforce and the community.

UNITED VETERANS NETWORK

The United Veterans Network Business Resource Group guides the hiring and recruitment of veterans in our organization and accelerates advancement opportunities for veterans who work for us.

UNITED VETERANS NETWORK

The United Veterans Network Business Resource Group guides the hiring and recruitment of veterans in our organization and accelerates advancement opportunities for veterans who work for us.  The group is committed to:

  • Helping Human Resource staff recognize the value of military experience in hiring and advancement opportunities.

  • Working with the Veterans Affairs Department and Department of Labor to recruit veterans into the workforce.

  • Assisting veteran-owned businesses gain registration as Supply Chain Management vendors.

  • Engaging in volunteer outreach with other veterans groups in the communities we serve.

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

As we consider ourselves part of the fabric of the communities we serve, our role goes beyond providing water. We support many community outreach programs and our employees generously volunteer their time.

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

As we consider ourselves part of the fabric of the communities we serve, our role goes beyond providing water.  We support many community outreach programs and our employees generously volunteer their time working with local and national organizations to make a difference in the lives of those who need it most.

Employees can be found rebuilding houses in Jersey City, NJ and donating blood in Boise, Idaho. We’re standing alongside law enforcement in our communities during National Night Out and cleaning up alongside our neighbors on Earth Day. We volunteer our free time cleaning up the shorelines of lakes, rivers, oceans and the waterways across the country, and we give back to the local organizations that our neighbors count on when times are tough.

WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP NETWORK

Unleashing the potential of our innovation and spirit means a deep commitment to diversity and a culture that enables all employees to contribute to success and share in rewards.

WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP NETWORK

Unleashing the potential of our innovation and spirit means a deep commitment to diversity and a culture that enables all employees to contribute to success and share in rewards.

The Women’s Leadership Network helps to accelerate advancement opportunities for women.  Our vision is to have a ready pipeline of highly qualified women who are well prepared for career advancement and leadership positions.

Work With Us

We welcome new partnerships to support us in providing superior service to our nation's military bases. All contractors are encouraged to submit an application.