Experienced Manager in the water industry with over 15 years of experience.
Strategic policy recommendations for water resource management in the Chino Basin
Implementation of the first water connection fee for Inland Empire Utilities Agency
Implemented Recycled Water Capital Improvement Program, increasing RW use from 13,000 to 39,000 AFY over eight years.
Project Manager of $90M of Brackish Water Treatment Plant
Oversee the Planning & Water Resources, Pretreatment & Source Control and Environmental Compliance Departments. Duties include oversight of the professional, field and administrative staff within the departments; interact with Executive Managers and elected officials of various agencies; negotiate on behalf of the Agency on various initiatives; Present and conduct workshops at the Board of Directors meeting; assess and recommend positions on legislative initiatives; make strategic policy recommendations for the water resources management within the Chino Basin; and manage the Metropolitan Water District programs.
Deputy Manager of Engineering for IEUA overseeing the implementation of the Recycled Water Capital Program. Responsible for the implementation of the Three Year Business Plan of the Recycled Water Program for the Agency. Daily duties include the management of the annual capital budget of $20-$40M, oversight of the department's engineers and administrative staff, interact with managers within the agency and outside agencies, and provide guidance to retail and individual recycled water customers; Provide oral presentation to the Board of Directors and other elected officials; Negotiate and resolve permit issues with regulatory agencies.
Project Manager, Chino I Desalter Expansion & Chino II Desalter, $90M
The project included expansion of the Chino I Desalter, expansion of 4.9 MGD of potable water treatment plant, and Chino II Desalter, a 10 MGD potable water treatment plant, utilizing reverse osmosis and ion exchange for treatment of brackish water, and associated offsite facilities of wells, pipelines, and property acquisition.
Regional Plant No.1 Improvements (44 MGD Facility).
“Innovative Treatment Processes at Chino Basin Desalters”, Kevin Alexander, Sylvie Lee, Craig Parker, Moustafa Aly, American Membrane Technology Association 2006 Biennial Conference and Exposition
"Comparison of Belt Press Vs. Centrifuge Dewatering Charaterisctics for Anaerobic Thermophilic Digestion", Sylvie Lee, Chris Berch, Randy Lee, Doug Drury, Chris Baker, Biosolids Technical Bulletin., 2003
"Comparing Three-Phase Thermophilic Continuous Feed System to Semi-batch Feed/Hold/Draw System" Douglas D. Drury, Sylvie A. Lee, Chris A. Baker, 2002.
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