Zane Edwards is a Principal and Director of Water Resources. He also serves as a Director on the PSC Board of Directors. His experience includes more than 20 years of solving infrastructure needs related to water and wastewater for many cities throughout the Texas Panhandle.

“To me, Building Community means providing our talent and skills to make sure that others have a safe, comfortable and enjoyable environment in which to live, play and raise their children.”

Zane has also been involved in some of the region’s largest water supply projects including every phase of the Canadian River Municipal Water Authority Well Field Project, Lake Alan Henry Water Supply Project and Midland’s T-Bar Well Field Project. Throughout his career, Zane has been involved with the local chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Texas Society of Professional Engineers.

Why did you choose PSC?

“I needed a job 23 years ago and that door at PSC was opened to me by God.”

Why did you choose your profession?

“I always enjoyed math and hydraulic issues.”

What are your hobbies and interests?

“Family, Hunting, Fishing and Golf”

What is something interesting about yourself?

“I began my career at PSC as a file clerk in Accounting. After a little over a year, I was transferred to student engineer and then full-time engineer upon graduation. Twenty-three years later, I am a Principal and Infrastructure Sector Leader.”