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Paul Hauffen, Founder & CEO of IDModeling, featured in "Innovative Engineering" publication

Paul Hauffen, Founder & CEO of IDModeling, featured in "Innovative Engineering" publication

Arcadia, CA USA – March, 24 2011 – Paul Hauffen, Founder & CEO of IDModeling, was featured as a "Mentor of Service" by Loyola Marymount University's (LMU) Spring 2011 Edition of its 'Innovative Engineering' periodical. LMU's Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering releases the quarterly publication to highlight exemplary students, faculty, and alumni who emphasize outstanding educational achievements and industry contributions in science, engineering and mathematics.

Excerpt from 'Innovative Engineering' 2011 Spring Edition:

Paul Hauffen knows a lot about what it takes to be successful. He is chief executive officer and president of IDModeling, Inc., a service company specializing in hydraulic model solutions for water and wastewater utilities.

For the past few years, he has returned to campus to share that experience with graduating engineering majors. "I tell students they need to be open to learning, be prepared to work hard, and help others succeed," Hauffen said. "Each should strive to be a person who creates positive experiences and outcomes in and out of the workplace. There will always be room for people like that, regardless of the industry."

Hauffen is grateful to provide a service to public and private companies that in turn allow them to better serve their communities. "The performance of water and wastewater systems to support the livelihoods and growth of a community tends to be greatly overlooked. The role of these systems in daily activities such as taking a shower, washing dishes, or watering your lawn is typically unappreciated because the infrastructure is primarily underground and out of sight. It's extremely rewarding to support the health and growth of communities by providing these critical behind-the-scenes solutions"

IDModeling was founded to bring continuous value to the water/wastewater industry, through the application of computer modeling and water system technologies to sustain and manage water and energy resources, while delivering acceptable water quality to communities, businesses and families around the country. This reflects Loyola Marymount's tradition and goal to graduate professionals to become conduits of service to others, and IDM persistently strives to promote this culture internally and externally.

To view the complete publication, visit http://bit.ly/myxhf8

For more information on the Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering at Loyola Marymount University, call 310.568.7176, e-mail seavernews@lmu.edu or visit:http://cse.lmu.edu.

Excerpt: 
Arcadia, CA USA – March, 24 2011 – Paul Hauffen, Founder & CEO of IDModeling, was featured as a "Mentor of Service" by Loyola Marymount University's (LMU) Spring 2011 Edition of its 'Innovative Engineering' periodical.