Portfolio Includes Ten Years of Expertise in Water/Wastewater Asset Management
San Francisco, CA: Steven Dutschke has been named as Project Manager, Asset Utility Management for Kennedy Jenks. This significant position incorporates Mr. Dutschke’s engineering experience with an emphasis on reliability, asset management and data analytics.
Most recently, Mr. Dutschke managed strategic and tactical asset management for the Great Lakes Water Authority in Detroit, Michigan.
Mr. Dutschke brings a unique perspective on asset management, having project managed the Authority’s first strategic asset management plan. Most recently, he has been responsible for the development of the authority’s wastewater asset management plan.
Additionally, he has worked as a field engineer for upstream oil and gas operations, conducted research into fracturing fluid chemistry and managed a $300M/year district in Northern Canada. His experience extends to the planning, logistics and operations of complex field activities.
Prior to his employment with the Great Lakes Water Authority, Mr. Dutschke worked for Schlumberger in Canada, Texas and Louisiana.
Originally from the Barossa Valley, Australia, Mr. Dutschke has a unique insight and talent for continuous improvement through the application of data science, root cause analysis and process modeling. He received his degree from the University of Adelaide and is a registered engineer in the State of Michigan.
Kennedy Jenks professionals design, engineer and manage construction of major water, utility and environmental projects across the U.S. in partnership with public entities and private companies.
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