Kremers Presented with the Kenneth J. Miller Founders’ Award from the American Water Works Association

Tampa, Fla. – On June 9, Holly Kremers, PE, of Wade Trim – a leading civil engineering firm – received the Kenneth J. Miller Founders’ Award from Water For People in recognition of her volunteer service and leadership. Kremers received the award from the American Water Works Association (AWWA) during its annual conference in Boston.
AWWA is a nonprofit and international organization, which partners with water and wastewater communities to help people in developing countries gain access to safe drinking water and sanitation. Kremers is an active member of the Florida Section of the AWWA, Tampa Bay Region, where she chairs their Water For People Committee and organizes fundraising events and educational activities.
In 2013, Kremers led a team of AWWA and community members in organizing the first annual Run4Water 5K as a fundraiser for Water For People. The event was attended by over 100 people, and is expected to grow substantially in 2014.
A Project Manager in Wade Trim’s Water Resources Group (Tampa office), Kremers has more than 14 years of experience working on a variety of municipal infrastructure projects including water and wastewater distribution, conveyance and treatment facilities. She holds Bachelor of Science degrees in Environmental Engineering and Biological Sciences from Michigan Technological University.

About Wade Trim
Established in 1926, Wade Trim provides water/wastewater engineering, civil engineering, landscape architecture, urban planning, and transportation services to governmental and private development clients. The company has been ranked by CE Magazine as one of the top design firms in the country.