Leveraging the power of GIS for your communityGeographic Information Systems (GIS) is an invaluable tool for inventorying and managing municipal assets. Ask HR Green how you can leverage the power of GIS to meet the needs of your community while increasing the efficiency of your staff. More
You could be our next Land Development Engineer!In this position, your focus will be on working on all aspects of water/wastewater projects as we have multiple projects ranging from Sewer Modeling to Water Plant design. You will have the opportunity to learn from a strong group of Project Manager and Lead Engineers to help facilitate your growth ... More
2017 United Way Day of Caring ChallengeOn United Way's Day of Caring, local businesses partner with nonprofit agencies to make a difference by completing volunteer projects. HR Green’s Cedar Rapids office partnered with The Salvation Army for three projects. More
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Master Contract Comprehensive Services – MCES
HR Green managed the design and is involved in the construction of the new L27 lift station in Hopkins, MN that has 4 vertical centrifugal pumps with a capacity of 6.3 MGD.
Property Maintenance Code Compliance Inspection Program
A web map for mobile devices was developed allowing inspectors to enter location of code violations, categorize and record specific information about each violation, and take photographs for GIS implementation.
Northwestern University – Campus Site Survey
Northwestern University required the completion of a campus site survey that would advance the geospatial data activities already underway by its Facilities Department and campus staff. Having completed similar asset management projects for the University of Iowa and South Dakota State University, HR Green was awarded the project. HR Green set up a Geographic Information
Ottumwa Brownfields Redevelopment Project
Environmental investigations allowed the City of Ottumwa to clear several critical properties for reinvestment. HR Green’s innovative GIS prioritization tool was able to identify parcels with known environmental risks that also exhibit strong characteristics for successful development.
Sanitary Sewer I&I Project
The City of Davenport contracted with HR Green to perform an inflow and infiltration (I&I) study and recommend projects for the removal of stormwater from the system.
Utilities GIS Services
HR Green prioritized improvements for the city’s water distribution system later adding stormwater and sanitary sewer utilities into the GIS database, along with a myriad of other improvements.
Sanitary Sewer System GIS Asset Inventory and Hydraulic Modeling
While an updated GIS for the City’s sanitary system was not the primary deliverable, the asset inventory GIS is a significant value-added resource that Indianola can use to aid in operations and prioritizing system improvements going forward.
Viewshed Analysis for Conservation Zoning
HR Green scientists and planners used Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology to digitize dozens of important vantage points in and around Marquette.
2017-2018 On-Call Stormwater Engineering Services
Jefferson County, MO
As the primary Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s) permit holder with several communities as co-permittees, Jefferson County is required to have a Stormwater Management Plan (SWMP) for pollution prevention. HR Green was retained to address Illicit discharge detection and elimination.
The City of Oskaloosa has turned to HR Green on several occasions in recent years to execute community projects. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) has played a critical role throughout.
Bicycle and PedestrianConnections to Transit Study
Metropolitan Council, MN
HR Green planners and GIS specialists devised a method to rank bus stops in Metropolitan Council communities based on improvement needs. Data was gathered from partnering communities, public sources, and field data collected by HR Green staff.
Illiana Corridor Tier I & II EIS
Will and Kankakee Counties, IL and Lake County, IN
HR Green served as a sub-consultant for the Tier One EIS and the Tier Two EIS. The four main roles served by HR Green for Tier One included data collection, conceptual level design and cost analysis, public involvement and environmental analysis. GIS was central to the data collection and environmental analysis components.
Iowa DOT – Asset Data Collection
The NE 36th Street Reconstruction, I-35 Interchange to NE Delaware Avenue, Construction Phase Services project was initiated in February 2012 with the City of Ankeny. The interchange project was substantially completed in November 2012. Iowa DOT requested HR Green complete a GIS asset inventory of the new interchange as part of a pilot project for the Iowa DOT’s asset management initiative.
Kehrs Mill Road Entrance Monument
MoDOT and the St. Louis County Transportation Department collaborated on the reconstruction of the Long Road, Wild Horse Creek Road, Kehrs Mill Road intersection project in 2012. Resulting from the public involvement phase of this project, the residents along Wild Horse Creek and Kehrs Mill successfully lobbied for beautification of the intersection.
The Former Wonder Bread Factory is Transformed into a New Brewery
The former Wonder Bread factory located in downtown Waterloo, Iowa, shuttered its operations in November 2012 amidst bankruptcy proceedings. Built in 1927, the vacant building occupied an entire block within the community’s urban core adjacent to numerous public facilities including the library, hockey arena, children’s museum, and public market. City officials immediately worked with several key stakeholders, including the historic preservation committee and Main Street Waterloo, to identify a potential re-use for the 0.94-acre site; however, contamination concerns created anxieties for potential investors.
Construction Plan Review & Inspection Services
Village of New Lenox, IL
HR Green ICC certified staff performs building plan review and inspections during the construction phases of the Villages improvement projects.
Shorewood Building & Code Services
Village of Shorewood, IL
The Village of Shorewood currently uses HR Green to provide plan review, building inspection services, and plumbing inspection services associated with residential, commercial building, and construction, within the Village of Shorewood, Illinois.
Brownfield Assessment Grant Assess Environmental Impacts of Underutilized Properties in Antioch
The Village of Antioch is a community of just over 14,000 residents located within the Chicago metropolitan area in northeastern Illinois. Along its main corridor of Illinois Route 83 (IL 83), many businesses either closed or moved resulting in the environmental and economic decline of the community’s urban core and central business district.
City of Jurupa Valley, CA
The City of Jurupa Valley, California, was allotted four weeks to complete a mandatory clean-up of at least 80% of its 1,039 stormwater inlets. This activity was mandated to meet guidelines established by the Clean Water Act’s National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit program.
Plan Review & Coordination Assistance: Elgin O’Hare / West Bypass
The Elgin O’Hare/West O’Hare Bypass (EO-WB) is a $3.4 billion highway that will provide access to Chicago O’Hare airport from the west, and will also provide a Tollway link between I-294 and I-90 around the west side of O’Hare airport.
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The Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) new preemption order for local authorities over small cell wireless facility deployment and management of local rights-of-way has left many communities confused and troubled. HR Green is offering a free webinar to help communities address the challenges of 5G deployment and the new FCC Small Cell Preemption Order.
HR Green is proud to announce that Ken Demlow, Project Manager, Fiber and Broadband Services, has been appointed as a standing member of the National American Public Works Association (APWA) Right-of-Way Committee.
On Monday, October 15th, 2018, HR Green project team members attended the City of Urbandale, Iowa and Iowa DOT Grand Opening Event for the 100th Street Interchange. The event celebrated opening the 100th Street Interchange to traffic and commencing construction of the first phase of the overall I-35/I-80 and IA Highway 141 Interchange “Urban Loop.”
With a vision to alleviate life-threatening hunger, Meals from the Heartland is a community organization made of up volunteers that package meals for delivery to malnourished people in Iowa, across the United States, and around the world. A group of volunteers from the Des Moines office helped package 22 boxes and over 792 meals during an afternoon!