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HR Green Pacific, Inc. (HR Green) is pleased to announce that Gary C. Yeo has joined the firm’s Corona, California office as a group leader in the Governmental Services business line for Construction Observation.
HR Green provided design and construction observation services for the recoating of the 1.5 million gallon spheroid water tower at Menlo Park.
HR Green is pleased to announce that Drew McGovern, PE, CFM, is moving into the Group Manager role for the Highways team in its St. Paul, Minnesota office. This is a homecoming for Drew, who recently returned from the St. Louis, Missouri, office.
In 2012, the City of St. Peters began a comprehensive citywide stormwater management program (SMP) aimed at preserving natural habitat, flood mitigation, creek bank stabilization and detention basin rehabilitation/retrofit, all with the goal of reducing property losses and pollution, and increasing water quality.
By spreading the towers further apart and reducing line velocities, less pressure loss should be seen on the outlying areas of the distribution network in the City of Keokuk.
HR Green provided resident engineering and construction observation services for the rehabilitation of almost 2 miles of roadway while maintain access to immediate businesses and property owners.
The Village of Richmond had experienced rapid development and required new wastewater treatment facilities to accommodate future growth. HR Green was the first in Illinois to perform an in-depth study to weigh the impact of future discharge on water quality and the study is now used as guideline model for the IEPA.
The Quaker Oats production facility in Cedar Rapids, Iowa is situated just north of downtown Cedar Rapids on the east bank of the Cedar River. Like many other businesses in the City of Cedar Rapids Quaker Oats was directly impacted by the Flood of 2008. Rising flood waters overtopped the existing flood protection and inundated the entire property causing significant damage and halting production.
The Sullivan Road Bridge is only the second new bridge built in Kane County since the early 1970s. The bridge is a major crossing over the Fox River, connecting Illinois Route 25 on the east side of the river to Illinois Route 31 on the west side of the river.
Quarry Hill Park is one of Rochester’s most popular recreational resources. In recent years, urban development upstream from the park has increased the flow of surface water through the park’s ravines.