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Oswald Engineering Joins HW's Little Rock Office

We are pleased to announce that Oswald Engineering, Inc. has joined forces with Hawkins-Weir Engineers, Inc., thus improving the services we offer to our clients statewide.  Oswald Engineering has enjoyed a long-standing reputation for dependability when it comes to taking care of clients.  A great deal of the company's success was built on the professional relationships and friendships that Fred has developed over the past 40 years.  HW and Oswald Engineering have worked together on multiple projects since 2010 when HW's Little Rock office was founded.  Our firms share the same core values including an emphasis on client service.  We are proud that Fred Oswald is joining with HW to continue the legacy of his namesake firm.

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Hawkins-Weir Engineers Announces New Associates

The Partners at Hawkins-Weir Engineers, Inc. are delighted to announce the promotions of both A.J. Kaufman, P.E. (left) and Josh Durham, P.E. (right) to the position of Associate.  Mr. Kaufman is a University of Arkansas graduate with a B.S. in Biological Engineering and joined the firm's Little Rock office in 2013.  Mr. Durham also graduated from the University of Arkansas and has an M.S. in Civil Engineering.  Durham joined the firm's Van Buren office after his graduation in 2009.

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Hawkins-Weir Launches Rain Barrel/Garden Demonstration Project in Partnership   with Central Arkansas Water and University of Arkansas Extension Service

Hawkins-Weir Engineer’s shares our community’s concerns on the importance of water conservation. We understand that water is a valuable natural resource that needs to be protected. Hawkins-Weir is proud to partner with our clients in their efforts to ensure that their communities continue to have an abundant supply of pristine quality drinking water. That is why we were pleased to join forces with Central Arkansas Water (CAW) and the University of Arkansas’ Cooperative Extension Service on two water conservations projects in the Little Rock area.