Weimar Joins Hatch Mott MacDonald

Hatch Mott MacDonald has announced that Robert A. Weimar of Auburn, N.H., has joined the firm as a vice president. Located in the Westwood, Mass., office, Weimar will serve as director of Business Development for Wastewater/Water Resources with a particular focus on the northeastern and mid-western United States.

Weimar brings over 35 years of experience in the water, wastewater, and environmental consulting businesses. His technical experience is in water supply, treatment and water distribution, solid waste management, groundwater resources management, wastewater facilities planning including combined sewer/sanitary sewer overflow management, and overall project/program management.

Weimar has been responsible for general project and client management and marketing for a multiple-office, $25-million annual revenue group in the five-state area as well as strategic marketing, for an ENR ranked Top 10 Environmental Consulting Services Firm.

Most recently, he served as chief of Program Management for the Metropolitan District Commission in Hartford, Conn., establishing a Program Management Unit to implement the agency's $2 billion Clean Water Program, which serves over 400,000 people in eight municipalities.

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