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HR Green recently completed a Technical Memorandum for the City of Ankeny, IA evaluating issues at Tradition Park related to stormwater runoff management, erosion, and vegetation stability.
HR Green is pleased to announce it has received an ACEC-IA 2016 Engineering Excellence Award for its Dry Creek Stream Improvements project in Fort Madison, Iowa. Dry Creek is a tributary to the Mississippi River located in the eastern part of Lee County, Iowa.
In a non-descript municipal office hundreds of building plans sit atop, under and around a small desk gathering dust, stacks of files, bound copies and boxes full of loose papers are stacked where a chair should be located. The recently retired building commissioner saved everything. However, he’s gone now and the reality of his “filing system” became a cumbersome challenge the city had to deal with.
Jurupa Valley was an unincorporated area in Riverside County, California, until voters approved a ballot measure to incorporate the area and become a city. HR Green helped transition services from the county to the city and then operated the city’s departments once the transition was completed.
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.
Buddy Baseball is a unique project designed for children with disabilities. It is located within the overall Sunset Park complex in the Village of Lake in the Hills and serves the broader communities in McHenry and Kane counties.