Mr. Laurin has worked with the ChlorTrainer for the past decade in various municipal and private water company projects and owes it all to the design of this system. View Details

We are delighted to assist the Town of Carefree with an evaluation of their current water system, and provide insight on possible solutions for expansion. View Details

CVL is pleased to announce that Carolyn Both, CPA has been promoted to Chief Financial Officer of the firm. Ms. Both has served CVL for 32 years. She has successfully moved from Accountant, to Controller and now CFO during her time. When asked what her hope for accomplishment in this new role would be, she stated, “I hope to become a conduit and facilitator for new ideas, in a way that will promote creativity and collaboration among our employees and clients, and to create a work environment that is safe and stable, but fluid and progressive”. We are excited for the contribution of leadership Carolyn will continue to bring to CVL.

Mr. Voorhees has over 30 years of landscape architecture experience throughout Arizona and his home state of Utah. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Landscape Architecture from Utah State University. His experience ranges from public sector work, such as community parks, open spaces and school campuses to large luxury master planned retirement communities, urban design projects, and community parks. Furthermore, he has designed and entitled projects for key mixed-use developments, retail centers, corporate centers, office building, luxury apartment communities, church meeting houses, and health care projects. Mr. Voorhees’s breadth of experience in creating dynamic and vibrant environments makes him a strong addition to the CVL Team. Some notable projects include: Rivulon, Mixed-use Business Park Nationwide Realty, Wigman Resort, Mountain Shadows Resort, Scottsdale Fashion Square Remodel and Corporate Center.

Arizona State University’s Integrated Civil Engineering Design (CEE 486) is a required course for ASU Seniors. It is a special project class in which the students divide into teams of 4 to 8 students, depending on class size, and perform an evaluation of a parcel of land of their choosing. Typical items of study performed include Due Diligence, Structural, Water, Sewer, Drainage and Traffic Studies.

Benefits of this mentorship program include: the students learning how to work as a team, a greater understanding of how to integrate the various elements of the project into a coherent whole and practice making presentations in front of a group. CVL provides guidance and additional training in engineering fundamentals.

This is a semester long project in which students visit the CVL office 3 times per year to present their findings to Environmental Director Eric Laurin and a team of CVL personnel.