Flow Meters & Metering Systems

Jacque Cares About Doing the Right Job for her Customers and the Environment

Jacques helping

Jacque Stevens works tirelessly in representing The Avanti Company to offer the best flow meter and metering systems solutions for Utilities and Industry in North and Central Georgia and North Alabama.  Avanti represents McCrometer/Water Specialties, RedZone Robotics, Nicor, Elster and Aclara products to give Jacque the tools she needs.

To that end, Jacque is dedicated to ensuring that the flow meter or wastewater asset management solution you need is properly designed for your application and fits the needs of your Utility.  In addition to Water and Wastewater Utilities, Jacque is committed to bringing flow meter solutions to the Petroleum and Manufacturing industries with leading products from Liquid Control, Micronics, and Flowmec.

Jacque Stevens is much more than a Sales Representative, as she has dedicated herself to serving our industry in an effort to preserve our environment for generations to come.  Jacque applies her industry experience to numerous committees, all working toward improving the way we handle the business of providing clean water to end users.  Jacque is currently serving on the GAWP Water Loss Control Committee, Industrial Water and Wastewater Committee, Collection Systems Committee and Small and Medium Utility Best Practices Committee.

When not working on saving the planet, you can find Jacque embracing it, whether by kayaking on Lake Lanier or practicing photography as she hikes through the hills of northern Georgia.

The Avanti Company is proud to have Jacque Stevens represent our products and services from our Office in Gainesville, Ga.  Please contact her at jstevens@avanticompany.com or call her at 678-520-7205 as she will be happy to help answer your flow meter or Systems questions.

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