FROM LEFT, are Dave Polcari, incoming NEWWA president; Amy Coppers-Costantino, and Louis Schoolcraft, chairman of the Young Professionals Award Committee.

FROM LEFT, are Dave Polcari, incoming NEWWA president; Amy Coppers-Costantino, and Louis Schoolcraft, chairman of the Young Professionals Award Committee.

TOPSHAM — Amy Coppers-Costantino, P.E., a lead project engineer at Wright-Pierce, a water, wastewater and civil engineering firm serving clients throughout the Northeast, recently received the 2013 Young Member of the Year Award from the New England Water Works Association (NEWWA), the region’s largest and oldest not-for-profit organization of water works professionals.

The award recognizes Coppers-Costantino’s “outstanding dedication and service” through active involvement in programs and committees that help advance the organization’s mission to protect water resources and promote excellence in the drinking water profession.

A ten-year member of the New England Water Works Association, Coppers-Costantino serves on the strategic planning and program committees and has presented papers on water distribution, treatment, and system management at conferences of the New England Water Works Association and New England Water Environment Association.


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