Essential to survival, vital to agriculture, manufacturing, energy production, and our ecosystem – water is one of the scarcest natural resources on the planet. As climate change, aging infrastructure and population growth put increasing pressure on our global supply, Wood is on a quest to untap sustainable solutions that will quench the world’s growing thirst and ensure reliable access to a clean, safe supply of water for generations to come.

Our vision for a water-secure future pushes us to pursue new opportunities in digital innovation to design the critical infrastructure needed to treat, manage and protect every precious drop.

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Andy Clevenger 
Principal - VP, Global Technical Lead for Water and Wastewater 
Andy Wallace
Water Sector Director, EII
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