Edmund Archuleta served as General Manager for the El Paso Water Utilities Public Service Board from January 1989 through January of 2013 where he has since been an advisor. He was responsible for all aspects of water and wastewater service to the Greater El Paso Metropolitan Area, a population of approximately 700,000 people. During his service as General Manager, El Paso Water Utilities was recognized in Texas, regionally, and nationally for innovations and leadership in water conservation, reclamation, and utility management.
Early career experience included working for two different engineering consulting firms as a project engineer. During that time he worked on feasibility assessments as well as on design of several systems for both the private and public sector. Ed also developed significant experience in assessing and designing systems for tannery wastes, meat packing plants, potato processing plants, steel mills, and power plants.
Mr. Archuleta, a registered Professional Engineer in Texas, New Mexico, and Iowa, earned Bachelor of Science and Master of Science Degrees in Civil Engineering from New Mexico State University, as well as a Master of Management Degree from the University of New Mexico.