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Cheryl R. Robitzsch, P.E., Design and Project Development Director with Haskell

Cheryl is the Director of Design at the Haskell company where she is responsible for major project development and business development in Florida and oversees strategic design relationships for the Water Division. Cheryl is a Professional Engineer in three states, Florida, Georgia and Maryland and has worked in the water and wastewater industry for 29 years. She has been published in the Florida Water Resources Journal and UIM (Water Utility Infrastructure Management) journals. Currently she’s the Director and Project Manager for the construction of the St. Petersburg $65 million Waste to Energy project and the JEA’s $13M South Shores HDD Force Main project. Cheryl served as the Director of Project Development and Project Manager for the City of Venice RO project.

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