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A 4-Step Process to Restoring Order after a Disaster

This quarter, HR Green is focusing on the concept of resilience and how municipalities recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change. Communities are much better positioned to deal with disasters, retain a healthy position and regain normalcy when properly prepared. There are few natural disasters more devastating than flooding. Water, a vital life-force,

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.

HR Green Chosen to Implement Nevada, Iowa Capital Improvement Plan

HR Green has been chosen by the City of Nevada, Iowa to complete the planning, design, and bidding of four projects in its 2017 Capital Improvements Plan (CIP). The projects include street reconstruction, which also includes water main, sanitary sewer, and storm sewer reconstruction improvements; an asphalt resurfacing over cracked and seated PCC pavement project; a lift station study and design project; and the installation of storm collector lines at various locations in the City.

HR Green named an ACEC-IA Award Winner

HR Green has been named an ACEC-IA award winner for work performed for the Iowa Great Lakes Sanitary District (IGLSD) on the Van Steenburg Estates Sanitary Sewer Relocation. HR Green completed preliminary study, final design, and construction phase services for this project. The Van Steenburg Estates sanitary sewer serves 24 residential properties.

HR Green Working with Coralville, Iowa on Flood Mitigation System

HR Green is pleased to announce its continuing relationship with the city of Coralville, Iowa to complete flood control measures in the wake of the devastating June 2008 Iowa River flood. HR Green has been selected to complete design, construction administration, and resident engineering services for the city’s next phase of the flood mitigation system.

McHenry County Roundabout Project Wins Pair of Awards

The McHenry County Division of Transportation recently received the American Public Works Association — Fox Valley Branch Project of the Year award. The project also received the 2015 American Council of Engineering Companies – Illinois Merit Award. HR Green was responsible for the design and construction engineering of the Johnsburg Road Widening Project in coordination with the Village of Johnsburg and McHenry County Division of Transportation

2nd Street SE Reconstruction

Following a major flood event there was severe damage to the roadways, the sanitary sewer was filled with flood debris, and numerous depressions and sinkholes began to appear on 2nd Street SE over the sewer; indicating soil migration into the pipeline.

Bristol Bay

The community features a range of housing options including 277 single family homes, 552 townhomes, and 720 condominium homes.

Will County Adult Detention Facility

Civil/site engineering and surveying services for the design and construction of a 600 bed addition to the existing Will County Adult Detention Facility.

Interceptor Improvements Incorporate “Complete Streets”

The Edina-Richfield Interceptor Improvements project constructed a regional sanitary sewer across Richfield to accommodate redevelopment in Edina. Standard MCES practice is to repair streets in a fashion similar to their original condition. However, HR Green used a Context Sensitive Solutions (CSS) approach to engage the public in the design of 75th and 76th Streets in Richfield. The result is Richfield’s first “Complete Street” system, which encourages walking, bicycling and mass transit use. This method was also less costly for MCES, resulting in a win-win outcome for Richfield and MCES.

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