Each year Operators, Engineers, Manufacturer Representatives and more to come together at the Indiana Water Environment Association’s annual conference in Indianapolis to discuss the latest in the world of water, wastewater and stormwater.
Please join us in welcoming John Haverstock to the Wessler team! John graduated from Purdue University - Fort Wayne with a Bachelor's in electrical engineering, and will be joining our Electrical Group. Below are few questions we had him answer so that we all can get to know him better.
Wessler is proud to announce Bridget Philpott, E.I., as the July Employee of the Month! Bridget joined Wessler in 2016 and serves as an engineer in the Indianapolis office. She works in the areas of designing and evaluating wastewater treatment facilities and sewer and sanitary collection systems. She is also an expert on where and what to do in Europe! We had her answer some questions so that we can get to know her better.
Several members of the Indianapolis office recently participated in an informative tour of Indianapolis’ largest wastewater treatment plant.
Wessler is proud to announce our whole Electrical Group as our Employee(s) of the Month! They have been extremely busy this year, meeting several tight deadlines while performing top-quality work as usual. We had them answer a few questions below so that we all can get to know them better.
Before we get into the 5 reasons, let's make sure we've got a clear understanding as to what a Guaranteed Savings Contract (GSC) is. A GSC provides a method for selecting a contractor for water, wastewater and energy projects utilizing qualifications. GSCs preserve the strengths of design-bid-build (DBB), while incorporating the value and performance benefits of design-build (DB). They are primarily intended for the replacement of something that is failing. One example would be a failing water main, with the curb and pavement above the main also included in the GSC. With that said, here are 5 reasons why a GSC might just be the right thing for you.
For communities and water/sewer utilities in Indiana and Ohio, you may not know about funding sources that are available for drinking water and wastewater projects. We have pulled together some resources for you. There are federal dollars (from USDA, HUD and EPA) allocated every year to the states. Each state handles those funds through state-run programs.
Rain, Rain Go Away. If you live just about anywhere in the Midwest, it may be a few days since you have seen the sun. Large amounts of rain can be a cause of headaches in many communities.