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[Slideshare] Avoiding Environmental Impacts During the Interstate 69 Utility Relocation Project

Posted by Mary Atkins on Tuesday, December 04, 2018 @ 10:00 AM

 Wessler had the privilege of aiding Eastern Heights Utilities (EHU) and the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) on the multi-million dollar I-69 corridor project that connected Indianapolis and Evansville, Indiana through Greene County. Wessler assisted with the relocation of several water mains, adding up to 19 projects in total. Services included studies, planning, design, and much more related to the avoidance of environmental impacts!

For more on the project and the several unique challenges, situations, and requirements that arose, click through the slideshare below!

For more information on this and other similar projects, feel free to contact Mary Atkins, P.E., (MaryA@wesslerengineering.com) or Dylan Lambermont, P.E., (DylanL@wesslerengineering.com) or 317-788-4551.

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Tags: Environmental Services, Utility Relocation, INDOT, Drinking Water

Employee Spotlight: Adam Sitka, E.I.

Posted by Seth Morin on Monday, September 10, 2018 @ 10:00 AM

Wessler is proud to announce Adam Sitka, E.I., as this month's Employee Spotlight! Adam currently serves in our Drinking Water Group as a project engineer.

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Tags: Wessler, Employee Spotlight,, Drinking Water

Employee Spotlight: Jeff Ballard, P.E.

Posted by Seth Morin on Friday, July 06, 2018 @ 10:30 AM

Wessler is proud to announce Jeff Ballard, P.E., as this month's Employee Spotlight! Jeff currently serves as a senior project manager in our Wastewater Group, with structural engineering being his primary area of expertise.

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Tags: Wastewater, Drinking Water, Employee Spotlight,, civil engineering

Developing a Preliminary Engineering Report (PER)

Posted by Kwabena Adu-Sarkodie on Tuesday, June 05, 2018 @ 10:30 AM

In order to obtain most state and federal funding for your community's project, you will need to complete a Preliminary Engineering Report (PER). But what all is a PER useful for? And what are some common questions that community leaders might have? Find out below!

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Tags: Capital Improvements, Funding, Wessler, government, PER, Preliminary Engineering Report, Drinking Water, Wastewater, stormwater

Employee Spotlight: Stanley S. Diamond, P.E., BCEE

Posted by Seth Morin on Monday, February 26, 2018 @ 10:00 AM

Wessler is proud to announce Stan Diamond, P.E., BCEE, as our Employee of the Month! Stan has 38 years of experience and works as a Senior Project Manager in our Drinking Water group. He also has expertise in stormwater and wastewater planning, design, and construction.

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Tags: Drinking Water, Employee Spotlight,, civil engineering

Employee Spotlight: Josh Hood

Posted by Seth Morin on Friday, September 22, 2017 @ 10:00 AM

Wessler is proud to announce Josh Hood, E.I., as the Employee of the Month! Josh works as an Engineer in our Evansville office, working on a variety of projects. He worked as a summer intern with Wessler from 2012 to 2014, and has been employed full-time since May 2015. He has experience in stormwater, sanitary, drinking water, surveying, and construction services. Additional experience includes permitting, modeling, and field services.

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Tags: Employee Spotlight,, Drinking Water, Field Services,, Wastewater, stormwater

[Webinar Recording] Asset Management for Capital Planning

Posted by Allie Barcome on Wednesday, June 28, 2017 @ 10:15 AM

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Tags: Asset Management, Capital Planning, Capital Improvements, Wastewater, Wastewater collections, Drinking Water, Funding, Wessler

5 Reasons A Guaranteed Savings Contract is Right for You

Posted by Katie Jackson on Tuesday, June 13, 2017 @ 10:15 AM

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.

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Tags: Wastewater, Drinking Water, Funding, Indiana, Ohio, guaranteed savings contract

Infrastructure Funding for Drinking Water & Wastewater Projects

Posted by Mary Atkins on Tuesday, May 23, 2017 @ 10:30 AM

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. 

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Tags: civil engineering, clients, community, Drinking Water, economic development, Wastewater, Funding, financing infrastructure

It's World Water Day! Do You Know How Much Water You Might Actually Use?

Posted by Seth Morin on Wednesday, March 22, 2017 @ 02:00 PM

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Tags: civil engineering, clean water program, Drinking Water, Water for People

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