ASIC dubs Doug Macdonald FASIC

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Doug Macdonald

American Society of Irrigation Consultants (ASIC) named a new ASIC Fellow (FASIC)—Doug Macdonald, vice president of Aqua Engineering in Fort Collins, Colo.

Since the ASIC’s formation in 1970, only 11 individuals have been designated FASIC, including Macdonald. The honor is bestowed to ASIC members in recognition of their contributions to the profession of irrigation consulting.

From irrigation design to alternative water source identification and LEED consulting services, Macdonald has provided irrigation expertise and professionalism for his clients and the irrigation industry for more than 30 years. He specializes in developing design and resource solutions for large municipal and regional parks, sports and athletic fields, corporate campuses and streetscapes.

He served as ASIC’s national president in 1995 and 1996 and is a past president of both the Northern California and Southwest ASIC chapters, plus currently serves on the organization’s national board of directors.

“I’ve had the privilege of working with and learning from every ASIC Fellow in the society,” Macdonald said. “They’re all incredible achievers in this business and have advanced the industry exponentially. They have my utmost respect, and I’ll endeavor to share my experience and knowledge at the same level to further our profession.”

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