CLINTON, Conn. — Connecticut Water has announced that Scott Bonett has joined the company as its Director of Engineering Design and Construction. He has more than 20 years’ experience in in the state’s drinking water sector.
“We are excited to welcome Scott to Connecticut Water,” said David Peeling, P.E., the company’s vice president of engineering. Peeling adds, “Scott comes is as a highly respected and experienced member of the water industry in Connecticut. Equally as important, his leadership style align with our company’s commitment to serve customers, communities, and employees while being good stewards of the environment.”
Scott is responsible for leading the company’s facilities design and construction teams, including water main replacement efforts through the Water Infrastructure and Conservation Adjustment program and working with developers to extend water service to community approved developments.
He is licensed professional engineer in the states of Connecticut and Massachusetts, and has both a Bachelor of Science degree in environmental science and a Master of Science degree in civil-environmental engineering from the University of Massachusetts and Amherst.
About Connecticut Water
Connecticut Water is a public water utility that is regulated by the Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority. The company provides water service to more than 107,000 customers in 60 Connecticut towns and wastewater services to 3,000 customers in the town of Southbury, Connecticut.
The towns served are Ashford, Avon, Beacon Falls, Bethany, Bolton, Brooklyn, Burlington, Canton, Chester, Clinton, Colchester, Columbia, Coventry, Deep River, Durham, East Granby, East Haddam, East Hampton, East Windsor, Ellington, Enfield, Essex, Farmington, Griswold, Guilford, Haddam, Hebron, Killingly, Killingworth, Lebanon, Madison, Manchester, Mansfield, Marlborough, Middlebury, Naugatuck, Old Lyme, Old Saybrook, Oxford, Plainfield, Plymouth, Portland, Prospect, Simsbury, Somers, Southbury, South Windsor, Stafford, Stonington, Suffield, Thomaston, Thompson, Tolland, Vernon, Voluntown, Waterbury, Westbrook, Willington, Windsor Locks and Woodstock.