Florida APWA Recognizes T2 for 30 Years of Service

At the recent American Public Works Association, Florida Chapter, Conference and Exposition, help November 2–5, in Orlando, the UFTI-T2 Center was honored by the chapter with a certificate recognizing the center’s 30 years of service and participation with the APWA Florida Chapter. On hand to receive this honor were Scott Tison and Wanda Tison, who are respectively the T2 Center’s lead trainer and program administration. While this event was a highlight, Scott and Wanda were otherwise actively engaged throughout the event, enjoying the presentations and hospitality and networking with elected officials, contractors, and local agencies.

Scott and Tison Wanda at APWA 2021

The Florida Chapter of the American Public Works Association is one of the largest chapters in the country, as dedicated professionals work to maintain and improve services that include water resources, stormwater, utilities, waste water, recycling, and more for the over 20 million residents of Florida and its 100 million visitors per year! The Florida Chapter held its 2021 conference and expo at the Orange County Convention Center and the Rosen Plaza Hotel in Orlando. Though the event is annual, last year’s was cancelled due to Covid.