How to Hire an Expert

Bill Hogrewe, Director of Engineering Services at National RCAP, has written an article that could be very helpful for communities looking for assistance or support from a third party engineer or consultant.  As Holgrewe notes, “Occasionally water and wastewater projects require unique professional skills that you can only find outside your organization.  This article will cover the procedure, including the selection process, to find and hire an outside engineer or other consultant who will best solve your problems.”  He goes on to highlight a straightforward six step process designed to help community or water system decisionmakers become more successful in hiring from the “outside.”  To read more, click http://www.icontact-archive.com/uY4CWN-9Ks1ymtQfKNez7PX_ZOfv2-fw?w=4

 

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2 Responses to How to Hire an Expert

  1. Bowman, Brandon says:

    Bridget:

    The link for the article appears to be bad. Could you check and see if it is correct?

    Thanks!

    Brandon D. Bowman
    Capacity Development Coordinator
    Water Quality Division
    Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality

    707 N. Robinson, 8th Floor | P. O. Box 1677
    Oklahoma City, OK 73101-1677
    Office: (405) 702-8270 | Fax: (405) 702-8101
    brandon.bowman@deq.ok.gov | http://www.deq.state.ok.us