Bureau of Utilities Hires New Chief
Westminster, MD
05/30/2018 08:54 AM

The Department of Public Works is pleased to announce the promotion of Mr. Andrew Watcher to Chief of the Bureau of Utilities for Carroll County.   Mr. Watcher will assume his new role as Bureau Chief on May 31, 2018

Mr. Watcher has been employed with Carroll County since March, 2016 as a Civil Engineer Manager. His responsibilities included planning, designing and coordinating paving projects for the Capital Improvement Program. In his new role, Mr. Watcher will manage the bureau and ensure the continuous and efficient operation and maintenance of water, water distribution, wastewater and wastewater collection systems or facilities.

 Mr. Watcher earned his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BSCE) from University of Maryland College Park. He has over 30 years of engineering industry experience. Prior to joining Carroll County, he spent 27 years in Anne Arundel County Bureau of Highways. As a senior engineer, Mr. Watcher primarily managed the county’s closed storm drain and culvert systems including construction and asset management, project design and plan review and contractor interaction.

Mr. Watcher resides in Westminster, Maryland with his wife of almost 30 years and four daughters.  He enjoys many outdoor activities and achieved the rank of Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America.

Mr. Jeffrey Castonguay, Director of Public Works for Carroll County, said, “Mr. Watcher is an excellent addition to our management team.  Carroll County is already benefiting from his extensive experience and expertise and we are excited to utilize more of his leadership skills in the Bureau of Utilities.”

Please help Carroll County Government in welcoming Mr. Watcher as the new Bureau Chief of the Bureau of Utilities.

Jeffrey Castonguay
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