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John B. P. E. Neil

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Background Information

Employment History

Project Manager

Bailey Bridges


Board Member
Atascadero High School


Penn State University

Web References (59 Total References)

ASCE SLO Branch - April 2004 Branch Newsletter [cached]

[PRESIDENT'S PERSPECTIVE: "THOUGHTS ON PSWRC" ] [Meet the Member - John Neil] [MARCH MEETING: Cuesta Water Tunnel ] [UPRR Designated as Historic Civil Engineering Landmark ]

Meet the Member - John Neil This months' Meet the Member is none other than John Neil. John, a graduate of Pennsylvania State University in 1982 in Civil Engineering came to the Central Coast in 1983 to work for Bailey Bridges. By the time John left in 1990, he was the chief engineer for the pre-fabricating steel bridge company.
John's career advanced as he started in 1990 as a Project Manager for North Coast Engineers and left in 2000 as Vice President of Engineering. Over his 10-year career with North Coast, John worked for municipalities and private developers. One of his most memorable and challenging projects was the work he did on the Woodland Plaza in Paso Robles (where Wal-Mart is located). It was challenging due to the permitting process involved with the Army Corp of Engineers and the drainage problems with re-routing a creek. Although John worked on many private jobs while at North Coast, the majority of John's work was done with local municipalities. John administered contract services with the City of Atascadero during his career with North Coast. John handled all of the capital improvement projects and plan checking for the City. John's long-term relationship with the City of Atascadero was the most noteworthy time in his career. He had to deal with improving the City's deteriorating streets with a minimal budget. In addition to the capital improvement projects, John enjoyed working on all of the continual small projects for the City. John also assisted with the City of Morro Bay and the City of Pismo Beach with multiple projects.
John joined Atascadero Mutual Water Company in 2000 as the Director of Operations. He oversaw the day-to-day operations of the water distribution system and the water treatment system. In July of 2003, John was promoted to General Manager. He feels that Atascadero Mutual Water Company is coming into new and exciting times with the change from relying solely on well water as their water source to bringing in a better quality of water from the surface water source of Nacimiento Lake. John is excited to be working and collaborating with the other agencies involved with the Nacimiento Project. John's major task at hand is determining how Atascadero Mutual Water Company is going to participate in this project, dealing with connection fees and water rates for his customers, and concerning himself with the new regulations that will impact his agency. With that last two years of fairly dry winters, John knows the Nacimiento Project will bring reliable water source to his customers.
John, loves to fish, hunt and go horseback riding. He has been married to his wife, Pam, for 9 years and has two step children, Bret, 19 and Scott, 16. John says he is a stay under the radar kind of guy. He doesn't like to call too much attention to himself. He has been nicknamed the "Stealth Engineer". He comes in, does his thing and gets out. If he does it right, no one even knows he's been there. He stays under the radar and he likes it like that.
[PRESIDENT'S PERSPECTIVE: "THOUGHTS ON PSWRC" ] [Meet the Member - John Neil] [MARCH MEETING: Cuesta Water Tunnel ] [UPRR Designated as Historic Civil Engineering Landmark ]

MOWW Meetings [cached]

Our featured speaker was John Neil, General Manager of the Atascadero Mutual Water Co. John is considered one of the major (non-political type) experts on the water situation facing all of California. He talked about "Making Sense out of the Water Situation in California, what is being done about it, and how it is going to affect us locally".

LTC Josh Gillen being introduced by Commander Ward with speaker John Neil looking on
John Neil getting ready for his presentation
Goes without saying...I'll drink to that!
John also received the standard Certificate of Appreciation
Tim introduced John and gave him some momentos of:
There were British and American wounded soldiers from Iraq and Afghanistan who rode . John was the only Vietnam Era combat Veteran who rode on the trip.

MOWW News [cached]

Our featured speaker was John Neil, P.E. General Manager of the Atascadero Mutual Water Co., John is considered one of the major (non-political type) experts on the water situation facing all of California. His topic "Making Sense out of the Water Situation in California" was well presented and gave us (for many the first time) a comprehensive overview of this most complex subject.

Atascadero Chamber of Commerce - Board of Directors [cached]

John Neil

Atascadero Mutual Water Company

Atascadero Chamber of Commerce - Business Directory [cached]

John Neil, General Manager

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