Posts tagged with "storm sewer"
City of Des Moines, IA selects HR Green to provide Professional Engineering Services for the Replacement of Two Major Stormwater Pump Stations
The City of Des Moines recently selected HR Green to provide preliminary site investigation and conceptual design services for the replacement of two major stormwater pumping stations in the downtown area.
Hinsdale, IL and HR Green win 2014 APWA Sustainability Practices and ACEC Special Achievement Awards
The Woodlands – Green Initiative Infrastructure Improvements – Phase I, was awarded the 2014 APWA Sustainability Practices Award by the Suburban Branch and the Chicago Metro Chapter.
Minnesota Brownfields has awarded the City of St. Paul Department of Parks & Recreation its 2015 Community Impact Award for the Trout Brook Nature Sanctuary. The Capitol Region Watershed District (CRWD) and City of St. Paul selected the team of HR Green and Inter-Fluve to conduct a feasibility study, develop concept plans and final design, complete three construction bid packages and provide construction oversight for the Trout Brook Nature Sanctuary and Regional Trail.
The Marion Road Improvement project was a roadway widening and reconstruction project in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Marion Road, from approximately Berkshire Boulevard to 39th Street, had deteriorated and was handling more traffic than it was designed to handle.
HR Green, Inc. has once again been included in the Engineering News Record’s (ENR) annual lists of top design and construction firms in the nation. HR Green climbed 25 spots in the annual ENR list of the Top 500 Design Firms in the United States coming in at 254.
The City of Houston authorized HR Green, Inc. to begin work on final design plans, specifications and cost estimate for the third phase of a drainage improvement project that will provide drainage relief for for a 1,070 acre fully developed part of the city known as Midtown and Montrose, one of the earliest sections of the city to be developed.
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.
The Missouri chapter of the American Council of Engineering Companies recently honored the City of Maryland Heights and HR Green, Inc. with its Engineering Excellence Awards program. The chapter bestowed its Grand Award in the Sewer & Storm Water category for the 2011 Essex Avenue Improvements Project.