Nancy Cormier
Nancy Cormier

Nancy Cormier, Morrison-Maierle’s Helena Office Manager, is Montana’s recipient of the American Water Work Association’s George Warren Fuller Award for her exemplary work as a civil engineer, project manager and community partner.

This award is the highest honor that a state section of the AWWA can bestow on a member. George Warren Fuller Awards are presented annually to selected members for their distinguished service to the water supply field in commemoration of the sound engineering skill, diplomatic talent, and constructive leadership which characterized the life of George Warren Fuller. Fuller (1868–1934), an international expert in civil engineering, was responsible for innovations in water and wastewater treatment. He designed and built the first modern water filtration plant and the first chlorination system that disinfected drinking water in the United States.

Cormier’s career accomplishments are numerous, but one highlight includes managing a raw water intake and pump station project for the City of Conrad. This project was recognized as the Montana Project of the Year in 2007 by the American Civil Engineering Consultants. Currently, in addition to managing an office of more than 70 employees, she is helping the City of Deer Lodge navigate through many challenging water reclamation issues.

With a B.S. in soil science from Montana State University, Cormier received her master’s in civil engineering in 1990 from Colorado State University. She has more than 25 years of experience in water and wastewater facility planning and design.

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