Joshua Lee Berryhill, P.E.

Joshua Berryhill

Title: District Vice President, Technical Director
Company: Enprotec/Hibbs & Todd
Location: Abilene, Texas, United States

Joshua Lee Berryhill, P.E., district vice president and technical director for Enprotec/Hibbs & Todd, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in water treatment processes.

Mr. Berryhill has dedicated his career to developing and troubleshooting wastewater treatment processes. As the technical director of Enprotec, a multi-service civil and environmental engineering firm that focuses on water and wastewater treatment projects, he drives the majority of technical projects completed within the firm. Many of these projects are related to the upgrading, expanding or replacing of various wastewater treatment facilities and plants throughout the state of Texas. Through the visitation of over 100 waste plants over the course of his career, he is proud to have taken note on the various design processes and the strengths of each plant.

Prior to establishing himself within the field, Mr. Berryhill earned both a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in environmental engineering at Texas Tech University. He considers one of his greatest professional accomplishments to have been meeting the goals of the City of Abilene Hamby Water Reclamation Facility and Indirect Reuse Project. For his contributions in the field, Mr. Berryhill is honored to have received the Leadership Award from the Texas Water Utility Association and the Texas Section Large Utility Indirect and Bob Derrington Reuse Award for the Hamby Project from the American Waterworks Association. Additionally, his work was selected as an Environmental Project of the Year as well as the Project of the Year by the WateReuse Association.

Over the course of his career, he has maintained professional affiliations with the American Water Works Association, the Water Environment Association of Texas, the Water Environment Federation, the South Central and American Membrane Associations, the American Membrane Technology Association and the Water Reuse Association. Mr. Berryhill currently sits on the board of directors of the Texas Society of Professionals. Looking toward the future, he aims to continue working on his PhD and is considering furthering his career as a teacher, mentor and trainer to younger engineers.

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