Dibble Welcomes Craig Cannizzaro, PE, as Utilities Group Leader in Southern Arizona

Phoenix, AZ—Dibble, a multidisciplinary civil engineering firm, is proud to announce the addition of Craig Cannizzaro, PE, as a Utilities Group Leader in its Tucson office. Based in Southern Arizona, Craig will spearhead efforts to expand and enhance water and wastewater planning, engineering, and program management services in this region and provide additional leadership across all areas for the firm.

A graduate of the University of Arizona, Craig brings 28 years of extensive expertise and experience in all phases of water and wastewater infrastructure and master planning, including areas such as large-diameter gravity sewer interceptors, recharge and recovery, recharge basins, sustainability, and water rights in the arid Southwest. With his keen insight into the water supply, storage, and distribution systems and wastewater collection, pumping, and treatment systems, Craig understands Southern Arizona’s specific needs. He is dedicated to providing public agencies and private owners with region-specific best practices and solutions. Craig’s impressive track record includes significant projects such as the Old Nogales Interceptor Sewer Design and the Continental Ranch Regional Pump Station Upgrades.

“We are thrilled to welcome Craig to the Dibble team,” said Kevin Roberts, PE, President at Dibble. “Craig’s track record and reputation are a perfect fit with our expectations and culture. His vast knowledge and experience will be invaluable as we continue to grow our presence in Southern Arizona and across the Southwest. Craig’s leadership will significantly enhance our capabilities in delivering high-quality utility solutions to our clients.”

Craig’s addition to Dibble underscores its commitment to addressing the growing needs of Southern Arizona’s water and wastewater infrastructure. His expertise in managing, planning, and designing complex water and wastewater projects provides our clients with additional insights and innovative solutions.

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Heather Brown