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Queen Creek hires first capital improvements director

Posted 10/22/21

Queen Creek has placed a focus on expanding and improving infrastructure throughout the community for many years, and is proud to announce the hiring of its first Capital Improvements Director, Dave …

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Queen Creek hires first capital improvements director

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Queen Creek has placed a focus on expanding and improving infrastructure throughout the community for many years, and the town has announced the hiring of its first capital improvements director Dave Lipinski.

Lipinski, a civil engineering professional with 24 years experience managing the design and construction of municipal and private infrastructure projects, most recently served as the city engineer for Scottsdale.

During his almost 10-year tenure, Lipinski delivered projects including transportation, water and wastewater treatment and distribution, new municipal buildings and parks and community spaces. Prior to working in Scottsdale, Lipinski worked for the city of Cedar Falls, Iowa, DMB Associates, Hunn & Associates and AMEC Infrastructure

“With Queen Creek’s large investments in building and expanding roadways, utilities, parks and trails in the community, capital Improvements are a top priority,” said Queen Creek Town Manager John Kross in a press release. “Dave’s experience will be invaluable as we continue to develop and grow our community in a smart, managed fashion.”

The Capital Improvements Department will consist of multiple divisions dedicated to streets, utilities, procurement/finance and administration, with a goal of streamlining costs and timelines for projects.

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