ECCI • 13000 Cantrell Rd. • Little Rock, AR  72223
Phone: (501) 975-8100

 

ECCI engineers have completed design for landfills for residues from treatment of hazardous wastes.

 

ECCI Professionals Specializing in Landfill Design

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Rod Breuer, P.E., Principal, Civil Engineer


Ever need a right arm? Someone you can always count on? "We need," "I've got it," "They want," "We'll get it." Missouri School of Mines. Green streets for Engineers week. Mr. Breuer is ECCI's Senior Civil Engineer and has the earned the Silver Medal from Whirlpool Corporation for obtaining flexible air permits. Ranger Boats, Baldor, Remington, etc. are among ECCI's other clients that Mr. Breuer has obtained air permits.

University of Missouri at Rolla, BS Civil Engineering
University of Missouri at Rolla, MS Civil Engineering

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Dannia Wilson, E.I., Project Engineer, Environmental Engineer


Ms. Wilson is a rising star in areas of environmental engineering. She has successfully been the lead designer and construction supervisor of a hazardous waste landfill, and has been the lead designer for both drinking water treatment and distribution systems and wastewater collection and treatment systems. She has the ability to identify the "big picture" and the individual steps necessary to successfully achieve project goals.

Murray State College, AS Mathematics
Texas Tech University, BS Environmental Engineering
Texas Tech University, MS Environmental Engineering

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Sierra Morgan, E.I., Project Engineer, Mechanical Engineer


Ms. Morgan is a serious industrial mechanical engineer. She wants pumps, piping and tanks to flow as designed and to operate efficiently. Ms. Morgan became project manager early on with ECCI, and she specializes in pulp and paper and hazardous materials systems.

Louisiana Tech, BS Mechanical Engineering

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Kylie Parker, Project Engineer, Civil Engineer


Ms. Parker’s unique skills as a Civil Engineer and heritage as a member of the Comanche Nation, have fit well into ECCI’s organization, and quickly grown to provide roles as a leader. Ms. Parker has managed multiple Native American drinking water system improvements, and provides technical civil engineering support for industrial production improvement projects.

University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, BS Civil Engineering

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