David ha also worked on asset management/optimization projects with many other communities and utilities such as: in Massachusetts, the MWRA and its forty-three (43) customer communities that includes the Boston Water and Sewer Commission, the City of Worcester, the cities of Lowell, Lawrence, Haverhill, Gloucester, Peabody, Salem, Springfield, Pittsfield, Lee, North Adams, Holyoke, Attleboro, Fall River, Taunton, and New Bedford. In New Hampshire, the cities of Portsmouth, Keene, Nashua, Manchester, the towns of Merrimack, Dover and Concord. In Rhode Island, the Narragansett Bay Commission and their customer communities, the cities of East Providence, Cranston, Warwick and Woonsocket. In Connecticut, the Greater New Haven Water Control Authority, the Hartford MDC and their customer communities, the cities of New London, Bridgeport, Middletown, Norwalk, Trumbull, Stamford, Torrington, New Britain, and Waterbury, the towns of Greenwich, Danbury, Fairfield, and Norwich. In Vermont, the City of Burlington and the towns of Brattleboro, Bennington, Rutland, and Norwich. In New York, NYCDEP, Oneida County, and the City of Buffalo. In New Jersey, City of Newark, PVSC, PARSA, and Rahway Valley SA. In the Mid-Atlantic states, Baltimore City, DC Water, Cities of Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, and WSSC.
He serves as a Chairman of the Membership Committee and has recently been inducted in the 5S Society for the New England Water Environment Association. He also ia an active member of the America Public Works Association, New England Chapter, New England Water Works Association, New York Water Environment Association, New Jersey Water Environment Association, Chesapeake Water Environment Association, US Conference of Mayors and the National League of Cities. David enjoys spending time with his family, especially with his Granddaughter Maddy, playing squash and golf and watching sporting events.