The City of Eau Claire recently hosted an open house for local government officials to showcase the major upgrades that have taken place at their 11.5-million-gallon-per-day wastewater treatment facility. The $39 million project was the culmination of a collaborative Donohue/City partnership that spanned a decade of planning, phased design and construction, startup, and training assistance.
Eric Lynne, PE, ENV SP was recently nominated as the 2016-19 Water Environment Federation (WEF) Delegate by the Central States Water Environment Association (CSWEA). Eric has...
Engineering News-Record (ENR) has ranked Donohue & Associates No. 23 in the wastewater treatment plant category in its annual compilation of top U.S. engineering firms. This is up one spot from 2015 and puts Donohue alongside some of the largest engineering firms in the country.
America’s favorite pastime set the backdrop for Donohue’s recent weekend outing that was fun for the whole family. We enjoyed tailgating prior to the game with our group that included over 40 Donohue employees, family members, and friends.
The City of Whitewater is currently upgrading its wastewater treatment facility to address aging equipment and infrastructure as well as to enhance wastewater treatment performance. The facility has an average day flow of 1.5 million gallons with a maximum capacity of 11 million gallons per day. To help fund the $20.7 million construction project, the City of Whitewater recently received a $707,500 grant through the Wisconsin DNR’s Clean Water Fund Principal Forgiveness loan program.
Donohue’s Steven Gress, PE was the recipient of the “Consulting Engineer of the Year” award from ACEC Indiana during their recent Annual Recognition Luncheon. This award was established in 1984 to pay tribute to an ACEC Indiana member who has made a significant contribution to the profession of consulting engineering.
The Michigan Water Environment Association's 91st Annual Conference is taking place June 19-22 in Boyne Falls and features presentations from Donohue professionals. Learn more here.
The Iowa Water Environment Association's Annual Conference is taking place June 8-9 in Council Bluffs and features presentations from Donohue professionals. Learn more here.
Donohue & Associates and the City of Stevens Point received an Engineering Excellence State Finalist Award for the “Brewing a Better Future Together” project from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Wisconsin. The awards for Engineering Excellence are bestowed upon member firms in recognition of quality engineering achievements. Project entries are judged on the basis of excellence in design, the degree to which the client’s needs are met, as well as benefit to the public welfare and to engineering practices.
Donohue’s Steven Gress, PE is a featured presenter at the Indiana WEA Residuals & Biosolids Seminar on Thursday, March 17, 2016. His presentation is titled "Anaerobic Digester Mixing – Current Real World Perspectives". This annual seminar provides an overview of various biosolids processes, discusses specific options used at wastewater treatment facilities around the state, provides an overview and updates regarding the State rules and regulations regarding land application, and fosters interaction with peers in the wastewater and residuals profession.