(Saco, Maine) Maine Water has hired Michael “Mickey” Hall as Superintendent of its Biddeford and Saco Division as part of the company’s ongoing recruitment of talented professionals. Mr. Hall is committed to serving the 16,000 customers well in the communities of Biddeford, Saco, Old Orchard Beach and Pine Point in Scarborough, and to managing the upgrades needed for this water system.
Mickey Hall has 13 years of experience with managing the construction and rehabilitation of water and wastewater systems across the state. In his new position at Maine Water, he is responsible for 22 employees that manage and operate the water treatment plant and the water distribution system. He will also oversee the division’s capital budget, which is expected to be over $2.5 million for 2016, as the company continues to replace aging infrastructure throughout the area.
“I am pleased to have Mickey on board, and to see his immediate leadership of our biggest water system within Maine Water,” stated Judy Wallingford, President of Maine Water. “I know he will not be daunted by the task ahead of him with 250 miles of aging water mains and a 125 year old treatment plant that is expected to be replaced in the next 5 years. He has an experienced group of employees with many years of service to help him.”