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Today is August 20, 2018

Is your Internet speed right for you?

Whether you’re an occasional emailer or an all-night binge-watcher, finding the internet speed that’s right for your needs and knowing what can affect it is a necessity. 

It used to be simple to connect to the internet, but today things are more complicated. With browsing, streaming, gaming, shopping, video chatting and more, it’s more important than ever to choose the right internet for the best experience.

Conway Corp offers five packages for residential customers and three for business customers ranging from a reliable 6 Mbps to the blazing-fast 1 Gig. Which internet package is right for you? You’ll need to consider a number of factors including total number of internet users in your home or office, number of devices connected and what you’ll be doing online.

While it might not seem like you’re using a lot of internet, usage for a typical home of four can add up quickly. Consider a mom streaming her favorite show on smart TV and checking her social media accounts; a dad watching the latest blockbuster movie in HD on his tablet plus sending emails for work; a teenager streaming music while playing online games and another child browsing the web while chatting with friends.

To get started, ask yourself these questions. The higher the number, the higher speed internet you will need.

What is the maximum number of devices that could be using the internet in your home including browsing the internet, using social media or checking mail at the same time?

In today’s digital age, it’s important to remember internet usage isn’t just about checking email on a desktop computer anymore. Devices can range from computers to printers to cell phones to tablets to game consoles – even your fridge can use the internet to let you know you’re out of milk. The more internet connections your home has, the higher speed you need. If multiple people are using separate devices at the same time, you will need to increase your speed to accommodate the number of people and devices to ensure an enjoyable internet experience without lag or latency issues.

During your busiest hour of internet usage, how many devices could be streaming at once?

Streaming is a type of download that isn’t saved or stored anywhere on your device, but it can still use a lot of bandwidth. Streaming video from sites like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime or YouTube in HD or Ultra HD needs at least a 25 Mbps speed to ensure a buffer-free experience. Plus, a recent survey found that more than 90 percent of people multi-task while watching TV or streaming video so simultaneous use is also an important factor in determining speed.

How many devices might be downloading large files and how long are you willing to wait on files to download?

Downloading is the transfer of data from one place to another. When you download a movie or a song, get an email or search and save from the web, you have a copy of the item on your device. Downloads typically use more bandwidth over a shorter period of time than streaming because you can download faster than you can watch. While faster speeds are not required for large downloads, users who download a lot of files might prefer a faster connection. A two-hour movie will take about an hour to download with a 6 Mbps connection but take only 25 seconds with Conway Corp’s 1 Gig connection.

How many devices in your home will be playing games online?

Online gaming is one of the biggest bandwidth users for internet users, especially game updates and the audio calling services gamers use to talk to each other. Most households with at least with one gamer need a 50 Mbps connection and will need a higher connection if more than one gaming console – like a computer, PS4, Xbox, etc. – is in the home.

What speed is right for my home?

In general, Conway Corp Basic Residential internet is good for email and basic web browsing. Broadband 25 internet is good for light video streaming, file sharing and downloading smaller files. Broadband 50 internet is good for moderate video streaming, light online gaming and multiuser homes. Broadband 100 internet is good for heavy video streaming, moderate online gaming and professional home offices. Gig internet is good for maximum video streaming, heavy online gaming, multiple users and devices and advanced applications.

What speed is right for my business?

In general, Conway Corp Business Basic internet is good for most small businesses that deal with light web browsing and emails with small attachments. Business Broadband 25 is good for moderate web browsing, email with large attachments, processing credit card transactions, desktop video conferencing and high definition video streaming. Business Broadband 75 is good for heavy web browsing, high-performance email with large attachments, online backups and file sharing and maintaining a Wi-Fi hot spot for employee or customers. Commercial customers with heavier internet use can also benefit from one of Conway Corp’s custom fiber packages tailored to fit individual business needs.  

Getting the most from your internet package

Once you choose the internet speed that’s right for you, it’s important to know what can affect your speed so you get maximum performance. The key to receiving the fastest internet speed is having the right device with the right wired connection. More recently purchased devices can support faster internet speeds than older devices. Some devices are limited to certain speeds. Check the documentation for your specific devices to find their maximum speeds.

The speed you receive also depends on if you are using a wired connection between the device and the cable modem or if you are using Wi-Fi service. A direct connection is the best way to experience your device’s full speed. If you connect via Wi-Fi, your speed may decrease since wireless connections are inherently slower. Wireless connections are also adversely affected by distance from the router as well as the number of walls or other obstacles between your device and the router.

In addition, the wiring that distributes communication services throughout your home or business can impact speeds. Modern buildings usually come equipped with wiring that is more likely to support faster speeds. Older homes and offices are more likely to experience some loss in speed due to out-of-date wiring standards in place when those buildings were constructed.

The internet is changing and growing every day, but Conway Corp has trained customer service representatives and technicians to help you understand and get the most out of your service. If you need help choosing the right speed for your home or have questions about your internet package, call 450-6000. 

Blog & News from Conway Corporation
Today is August 20, 2018

Stewart earns CCISO certification

Conway Corp Broadband Services Administrator Jerry Stewart has earned his certification as a Certified Chief Information Security Officer (CCISO).       

This certification is offered by The International Council of Electronic Commerce Consultants (EC-Council) and demonstrates that Stewart is able to recognize the real-world experience necessary to succeed at the highest executive levels of information security.

“This is a valuable certification not only for executives, but also for those advising and creating security policies," Information Systems Manager Brad Sanders said.

“This will be valuable to us while we continue to set security posture and create policy for our company.”

Stewart joined Conway Corp in August 2007 and began his career as a Linux Systems Analyst. In March 2012 he became a Broadband Systems Administrator and became an Information Security and Compliance Administrator in May 2017. 

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Today is August 20, 2018

Lawrence, Martin earn operator licenses

Water Plant Operators Daniel Lawrence and Reece Martin have passed the Arkansas Water Operator Exam and have earned their operator licenses from the Arkansas Department of Health.

“I am proud of Daniel and Reece for passing this important exam,” Water Systems Manager Lee Tedford said. “They have shown a clear understanding of the treatment process and will help Conway Corp continue to deliver safe and reliable drinking water.”

Any water operator that performs water treatment duties in the state must hold a valid, active operator license. Lawrence and Reece had to conduct 100 training hours in addition to passing the exam.

“Passing this exam is an accomplishment,” Water Plant Superintendent Keith Rains said. “Daniel and Reece are the future of the Roger Q Mills Water Treatment Plant and Conway Corp.”

Water Plant Operators Daniel Lawrence, Reece Martin, Shane Gray, Mike McKaskle with Plant Maintenance Worker Rick McPherson and Water Systems Manager Lee Tedford. Lawrence and Martin recently earned their Water Operator Licenses.  
Blog & News from Conway Corporation
Today is August 20, 2018

Take the Energy Smart Challenge & win $100 gift card

It’s that time of year again. The holidays are officially over. We’re putting away the decorations and the treats and making lists of what we hope to accomplish this year. One of the most popular New Year’s resolutions will be to lose weight and get fit, but the average treadmill uses between 600 and 700 watts of energy meaning a quick workout is the equivalent of leaving 50 CFL light bulbs on for 30 minutes.

This year, head outside to walk, run or bike instead and resolve to save energy and money in 2018 by participating in the Conway Corp Energy Smart Challenge. The Challenge helps Conway residents make home energy upgrades easy and affordable. Customers can work at their own pace choosing to start with small upgrades like replacing old lightbulbs with energy-efficient LED bulbs, or they can request a free energy audit from Conway Corp to identify goals and develop a tailored plan for their home. Zero percent interest loans are even available for many upgrades including attic insulation and appliances.

No matter how large or small you start, saving energy is a resolution you can stick with that will save you money in the long run while making your home more comfortable too. Start with these five tips and put them into action in the next three months – you will definitely start to notice changes.


Many electronic devices and equipment continue to consume unnecessary energy even when not in use. Often called energy vampires, these devices cost families more than $100 a year. Use a power strip for electronic devices and turn it off when not in use to eliminate energy vampires. And be sure to unplug your chargers – they draw energy even when they aren’t connected to a device.


About 10 percent of the energy your home uses goes to lighting costs. By just replacing five of your home's most frequently used lights with energy-efficient ENERGY STAR bulbs, you could save $75 a year in energy costs. Compared to traditional incandescent bulbs, compact fluorescent bulbs can yield as much as 75 percent energy savings and last six-times longer. You can get even more energy savings, longer life span and less wasted heat by switching to ENERGY STAR LED bulbs.


Installing and setting a programmable thermostat can save an estimated 10 percent per year on heating and cooling costs while switching to ENERGY STAR certified appliances can save nearly $750 over the lifetime of the item.


Water heating is a large energy expense in your home, accounting for about 14-18 percent of your utility bill. By taking low-cost steps, you can reduce your water heating bill. Make sure your water heater is set to no higher than 120 degrees. Install low-flow showerheads or temperature-sensitive shower valves. Newer water heaters have more insulation than older ones. If your water heater is more than five years old, wrap a water heater jacket around it to stop heat loss from the tank.


Staring down 12 months of utility bills can be daunting, but benchmarking is a key step toward seeing how your current energy usage stacks up, prioritizing your projects and ultimately making a dent in your utility bills. The myConwayCorp app is a great resource for the past 13 months of electric and water usage in your home.

Set an energy-saving goal that will both challenge you and serve as an attainable milestone to reach by year-end. Aim to reduce energy use by 5 percent or save $300 from last year. Whatever your goal – set it and work toward it.

Once you’ve made the commitment, click here to officially sign up to take the Energy Smart Challenge and pledge to reduce your energy usage and footprint in 2018. You will find other ideas and tips for energy efficiency along with information on free residential energy audits and zero percent interest loans for qualified energy efficient improvements.

Customers who register to take the Energy Smart Challenge and schedule their free residential energy audit during January will be entered to win a $100 Home Depot gift card to help with energy efficiency improvements around the home. Winner will be selected by random drawing and be announced by February 16, 2018. 

Blog & News from Conway Corporation
Today is August 20, 2018

Conway Corp announces promotions

Conway Corp recently promoted five employees in the technology, cable, billing, human resources and customer services departments to better reflect their current job responsibilities, training and certification level.

Jason English has been promoted from Headend Technician to Senior Headend Technician. English recently celebrated his 12-year anniversary with the company in April.

Ben Lawrence has been promoted from Construction Technician to Senior Construction Technician. Lawrence joined the cable department seven years ago.

Brittney McCaig has been promoted from Customer Accounts Specialist to Senior Customer Accounts Specialist. McCaig has been with the company for 13 years.  

DeAnna Smith has been promoted from Human Resources Technician to Senior Human Resources Technician. Smith is celebrating her seven-year anniversary with the company this month.

Shelly Smith has been promoted from Customer Service Specialist to Senior Customer Service Specialist. Smith started with Conway Corp in 2011 as a cashier and moved to customer service in 2013. 

Blog & News from Conway Corporation
Today is August 20, 2018

Employees graduate from leadership program

Commercial Account Executive Eleise Wood Myers and CATV Senior Project Manager Tony Van Pelt graduated from the inaugural class of the Central Arkansas Leadership Institute (CALI) in November 2017.

CALI is a program that prepares leaders to serve the Conway community through an eight-month curriculum inspired by Conway2025, a long-range strategic plan developed by the Conway Area Chamber of Commerce with the input of more than 1,400 area residents.

Class participants experienced first-hand how community leaders, businesses, and organizations make a difference in Conway every day while developing their own leadership skills and unique role in the success of the community.

“We are extremely proud of Eleise and Tony for the work they do for Conway Corp and for the community,” Conway Corp CEO Bret Carroll said. “Conway Corp has always been committed to enhancing the quality of life in Conway, and CALI prepares leaders like Eleise and Tony to do just that.”

Blog & News from Conway Corporation
Today is August 20, 2018

Winterize your home for energy savings

Cooler temperatures are on the way, and Conway Corp wants to help make your home warmer without turning up the heat this winter. While preparing for winter might seem like an unnecessary chore, the financial benefits definitely outweigh a small to-do list over a few weekends.

Winter heating costs are on the rise, and the U.S. Energy Information Administration predicts Americans will pay 15 percent more for heating expenses this year. That number can skyrocket even more if windows are poorly insulated, the plumbing breaks or the heating system is outdated.

Ensuring your home is prepped properly can save a nice chunk of change while protecting your property for years to come. With these winterization tips, you’ll save energy while saving money at the same time.

Seal all Drafts

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, drafts can waste 5 to 30 percent of your energy use. Window insulation is a few dollars at most hardware stores and is essentially invisible once installed. Repair bigger gaps with caulking and weatherstripping. Looking for a simple fix? Fill old socks with sand or kitty litter to make a “draft snake” to place in front of a drafty door.

Change Furnace Filters

It’s important to replace furnace filters once a month during the heating season. Dirty filters restrict airflow and increase energy demand. Consider switching to a permanent filter which will reduce waste and hassle, saving time and money. Replacing an inefficient furnace for a modern machine will cost you in the short term, but save you money every month through the heating season. Disposable fiberglass filters trap between 10 to 40 percent of debris while permanent electrostatic filters trap around 88 percent and are much better at controlling bacteria, mold, viruses and pollen.

Run Fans in Reverse

Many ceiling fans come with a switch that reverses the direction of the blades. Counterclockwise rotation produces cooling breezes while switching to clockwise makes it warmer. Air pooled near the ceiling is circulated back into the living space cutting your heating costs as much as 10 percent.

Winterize Your AC and Water Lines

Drain any hoses and air conditioner pipes making sure you don’t have excess water pooled in equipment. If your air conditioner has a water shutoff valve, go ahead and turn it off. Remove any window air conditioner units and store them so you don’t invite cold drafts all winter. Also, turn off exterior water spigots.

Turn Down Your Water Heater

Many conventional water heaters are set to 140 degrees, but most households don’t need that much steam. Lowering the temperature to 120 degrees – or lower – will reduce your water heating costs by 6-10 percent. Consider a tankless water heater or going solar to save even more.

Install Storm Doors and Windows

Installing a storm door or storm windows can increase energy efficiency by 45 percent by sealing drafts and reducing air flow. They also offer greater flexibility for letting light and ventilation enter your home.

Give Your Heating System a Tune-Up

Keeping your furnace clean, lubricated and properly adjusted will reduce energy use saving up to 5 percent of heating costs.

Mind the Thermostat

Most households spend 50 to 70 percent of their energy budgets on heating and cooling. For every degree you lower the thermostat during the heating season, you’ll save between 1 and 3 percent of your heating bill. The average family with a programmable thermostat will save $180 a year.

Boost Insulation

Insulation is one of the best ways to save energy and money at home. It can make a big difference to add more insulation between walls and on the attic floor. Properly insulating your attic can save you up to 10 percent annually on energy bills. You can also pay less for hot water and decrease the chance of pipes freezing with insulation. Check to see if your pipes are warm to the touch. If they are, get pre-slit pipe foam at any hardware store, cut it to size and fasten it in place with duct tape.

Zero percent interest loans for energy efficiency home improvements like attic insulation are available to Conway Corp customers through its Energy Smart program.  All you need to do is provide an estimate from a vendor and apply for the Energy Smart Loan. Once approved, the vendor will verify the need and install your new insulation. Conway Corp then remits payment to the vendor. It’s that easy to start saving money with a more energy efficient home.

Looking for more ways to save this winter? Click here and find energy-saving tips or call 450-6000 to schedule a free energy audit from a Conway Corp certified energy professional.

Blog & News from Conway Corporation
Today is August 20, 2018

Conway Corp announces safety & customer service award winners

Conway Corp recently honored Lead Serviceman Wayne Evans, SCADA and Network Systems Administrator Zach Leach and Manager, Electric Distribution System Jim Moore with awards for their exemplary work performance.

Conway Corp is dedicated to exceeding customers’ expectations through the exceptional work of dedicated employees and recognizes employees annually for their dedication in the areas of customer service and safety.

Evans and Leach each received the Customer Service Award presented by CEO Bret Carroll. They were nominated by their fellow coworkers for going above and beyond their job duties.

The nomination for Evans stated that even though he has the difficult job of disconnecting electricity for delinquent accounts, “he does his best to ensure the information is accurate. He will call Conway Corp cashiers on behalf of the customers he has interaction with so they have the balance needed to retain services or even research payments. His kind heart is shown in all his interactions with customers and coworkers.”

Leach was nominated for “building the relationship between operations and technology to ensure his internal customers are getting what they need. He also makes himself available as needed and goes the extra mile”

Moore received the Safety Leadership Award presented by Safety Director Steve Plant. Moore was nominated by the entire Electric Department who said as the department’s manager “he has created an atmosphere and built a strong team of educated linemen that were able to earn the RP3 designation for two consecutive cycles. He strives to not only be a leader, but a safe one.”

The RP3 (Reliable Public Power Provider) designation is given by the American Public Power Association to public power companies who show exceptional service in the areas of reliability, safety, workforce development and system improvement. One hundred ten of the nation’s more than 2,000 public power utilities earned the RP3 designation. Conway Corp is the only company in Arkansas to receive the designation.

“We are extremely proud of our employees and want to recognize those who continue to exceed customer expectations,” Carroll said. “The peer nominations submitted make these awards even more meaningful.” 

Electric Distribution System Manager Jim Moore, SCADA and Network Systems Administrator Zach Leach & Lead Serviceman Wayne Evans

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Today is August 20, 2018

Conway Corp announces Energy Smart Contest Winners

This October, Conway Corp celebrated Energy Awareness Month and Public Power Week by encouraging local students to show their energy smarts and participate in a poster, essay and video contest. Students in grades PreK-4 were asked to create a poster on the theme “My Life, Powered by Conway Corp” while students in 5-7 grade and 8-12 grade were asked to write an essay or create a video on the same theme. Prizes were awarded in each age category.  

Woodrow Cummins Elementary fourth grader Olivia Frazier won first place in the poster contest. Olivia won a Conway Corp prize pack, an Energy Smart pizza party for her classroom and $100 donation for her classroom. Rylee Allen won second place, and Ethan Brock won third place. Rylee and Ethan both attend fourth grade at Woodrow Cummins Elementary and each won Conway Corp prize packs.

New to the contest this year, was a digital video category. Landon Henigan won first place in the 5-7 grade category, and Colby Thompson won first place in the 8-12 grade category. Landon is a fifth grader at Ruth Doyle Middle School, and Colby is in eighth grade at Conway Junior High School. Both students won cash prizes.

Click here to watch the videos.

In the 5-7 grade essay category, Kaeden Ingram won first place for his essay “Conway Corp: My Super Power.” Jacob Regehr won second place for his “My life powered by Conway Corp” essay, and Ruby Jones won third place for her “Conway Corp: Powering Every Moment” essay. Kaeden is a fifth grader at Carl Stuart Middle School. Jacob is a sixth grader at Bob Courtway Middle School, and Ruby is in seventh grade at St. Joseph School.

“The Daily Ritual” by Anne Sting won first place in the 8-12 grade essay category. “My Energized Years with Conway Corp” by Kennedy Smith received second place, and “My Life, Powered by Conway Corp” by Ashton Harris received third place. Anne is a senior at Conway High School. Kennedy is in eighth grade at Conway Junior High School, and Ashton is a junior at Conway High School. 

Students in the essay contest won cash prizes. Below are excerpts from Anne’s and Kaeden’s winning essays.

Anne: “The steady beat of the metronome pulses in my ear again and again, unrelenting and monotone. It eggs me on until I quickly fill my lungs to the brim with air, pushing it back out and feeling my lips vibrate against the still warm metal. I’m pegging note after note, floating and matching with the abstruse melody, watching my fingers dance on the valves. I push towards the final pattern, ringing out the final clear tone echoed by the continued clicks that mark each beat.

That is the excitement that pounds in my brain when making music. My entire life has been consumed by it. Every second, every heartbeat is bursting with that pounding rhythm that fills concert halls and cars alike. This drive to pursue music would not have been realized had it not been for the heavy influence of electricity in my daily life.

When I wake up in the morning, I immediately turn on the radio or open my phone to listen to music. It has become a sort of daily ritual; hearing Gustav Holst’s Jupiter helps to calm me before the day begins. I have access to millions of classical works that, in a different time, would’ve been impossible for me to access. I can listen to musicians who have passed away in their glory years at the tap of a button, close my eyes, and, if not for a few moments let the rich sounds wash over me.

Every day, I uncase my horn and practice for an hour or two. During this time, I often find myself turning to technology to streamline the process. I access online tuners and metronomes to keep my sessions in line; I always have a tab open to online music dictionaries so that I might play my solos as “ risoluto ” instead of “ marciale ” as the composer intended. When searching for how to repair my instrument I can access my laptop and pull from a wealth of knowledge as to why my horn is “clanking” or what to do if a screw goes missing. Outside of my rehearsals, I’ve watched nearly every one of Sarah Willis’s “French horn master classes” because it allows me to experience these lessons that have either happened years ago or thousands of miles away. Technology has afforded me the opportunity to listen in on performers who are playing the pieces I am, as well giving me tips on style, mastery of the literature, and general knowledge of my craft.

Arkansas has been blessed with a superb wealth of musicians, along with high school and college music programs known for their superiority. Through technology, these musicians can create a community, helping to improve one another. Programs like the Arkansas School Band and Orchestra Association (ASBOA) and Dixie Band Camp post audition materials and results, and bring talented students from around the state and into Conway together to perform high level music through their websites. Technology, on a personal level, allows for me to set up lessons with professors at the University of Central Arkansas to advance my skill levels, and keep in touch with my section at the Conway High School band, allowing me to set up sectionals and lessons.

As Plato once stated “Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life to everything.” I’ve blossomed as a musician and have helped my community and peers grow through my exposure to music and technology. By allowing me access to music, information, and fellow musicians, Conway Corp has driven me to a life centered around melodies and compositions. I don’t want to spend a day where I can’t feel music flowing through my body, and thanks to these advancements, I won’t ever have to. I can help build up the future generations of musicians and create as I please.”

Kaeden: “‘As a ten-year-old boy, I am of one the luckiest kids in the world!  I am lucky for many reasons, including my family, my friends and my church. When I’m counting my blessings, I count Conway Corp among them because from the time I wake up in the morning until the time I lay down at night, Conway Corp is all around me, helping me to do everything I need, as well as keeping my lights and water on.

When I wake up in the morning, it is to an alarm on a phone on a charger in a house powered by Conway Corp. I wake up with no worries of not having lights or water or internet because while I’m sleeping Conway Corp is busy working to make sure that I and my neighbors and friends have all those things. Even when my parents are yelling at me to turn off the lights to save energy and money on the bill or to get off my phone and pay attention at dinner, I’m not worried because I know Conway Corp will be there for me when I turn them back on.

All while I’m at school I see evidence of Conway Corp all around me. Conway Corp is more than just a supplier of lights and water, they keep our city running and are always there to support in times of trouble. My school is pretty big, much bigger than the elementary school I came from. There are tons of electronics and classrooms and each depends on Conway Corp. There’s probably over a thousand kids in just my school and we all benefit from Conway Corp every school day. And that’s just my school, imagine all the other schools in Conway. Conway Corp has a huge job to do.

After school, I’m either at Sonshine Academy or my house. Again, I see the footprint of Conway Corp around me. Whether I’m using the Wi-Fi powered internet or watching shows on tv or doing homework, there’s not much I can accomplish without the power of Conway Corp. Conway Corp makes sure that we can watch all our shows as a family and they also make sure that your cable doesn’t just go off for no reason. 

When I spend time at Sonshine Academy, either tumbling or waiting on my sister to have cheer practice, and I look around and see everyone on their phone using the wifi enabled by Conway Corp or charging devices for the kids to play on. Or as we watch our routine playback on a television in the gym, I can see the hand of Conway Corp.

There have been times that the lights at my house would go off because of a storm or another problem, I would panic and look for flashlights and an escape plan, my parents always told me that I didn’t have to worry or be scared because the men and women that worked at Conway Corp always have our back and would always get the lights back on and working. Now if that happens, I automatically know that it’s being handled and will be back to normal very soon.

My normal days are surrounded by all of the good things that Conway Corp offers. In thinking about what I wanted to say and writing this, this I have come to see the many different ways Conway Corp is a part of my routine and just how different my life would be if it were not POWERED by Conway Corp. There are not a lot of things I can do that is not touched or powered by Conway Corp. From the dinner we have cooked on the stove in the house that is in the city are ALL powered by Conway Corp. It’s all so amazing!”

Congratulations to all the winners of the 2017 Energy Smart Poster, Essay and Video Contest, and thank you to all students who submitted an entry. Conway Corp is proud of these students who continue to remind us how integral Conway Corp is to our daily lives. 

Blog & News from Conway Corporation
Today is August 20, 2018

Conway Corp promotes McDaniel

Conway Corp has announced the promotion of Brett McDaniel to Engineering and Planning Manager. 

McDaniel will be responsible for directing and coordinating the operation of the company’s Engineering and Planning Department including forecasting, system planning, system design and engineering analysis as it supports the community and the company.  

“I’ve worked alongside Brett for 12 years and I am confident he will do a great job in this role,” Chief Operating Office Greg Dell said. “Conway Corp is fortunate to have someone with Brett’s knowledge and background to move into this position.”

McDaniel was hired as a Water Systems Engineer in 2005 and was promoted to Water Systems Senior Engineer in 2008. He held that the role until his recent promotion to manager.