Employee Transition

MWP Employee Transitions to PWP

After six years with Municipal Well and Pump, Patrick Harrington has taken on a new role. Since starting with MWP, Patrick focused his efforts on sales and project management in Northern and Western Wisconsin, developing strong client contacts. Now, he has transitioned to the Peerless Well and Pump side of the business, taking his years of customer service to a new region of clients.

Last July, Patrick began taking over more projects in the Iowa area and officially shifted to primarily Peerless projects in late September. While he still maintains clients in Wisconsin for MWP, Patrick and his wife have “enjoyed and appreciated the transition to the Dubuque area”. However, he admits that it has been a learning experience, stating: “Learning the Iowa code, Iowa DNR procedures, and standard practices in the area has been very interesting.” He is thankful for the help and hard work of the Peerless Well and Pump team throughout this change.

When asked about his favorite part of the new opportunity, Patrick recognizes the new, geographical challenges that he now gets to solve. He is enjoying learning more about the regional water quality and how it has been affecting various pieces of equipment over years of operation. He also enjoys meeting and getting to know the clients and industry professionals that PWP services and works with. Patrick notes that learning “the wide range of clients PWP serves–from Municipalities with both groundwater wells and surface water intake pumps, to major industrial facilities, hospitals, meat packing plants, and downtown office buildings–has been impressive.”

Overall, Patrick has appreciated this transition: “The experienced crews in Dubuque have helped make the transition go smoothly and have been great to work with,” he acknowledges. Patrick and his family look forward to learning and experiencing more of the Dubuque area and are grateful for this opportunity.

For Patrick’s contact information, visit Our Team.