Three Donohue personnel will be leading technical presentations at the Michigan Water Environment Association's (WEA) Annual Conference. TJ Bates will present "Primary Clarifier Rehabilitation: A Case Study," Nathan Cassity will present “Utility of the Future, The Continued Journey at St. Cloud, Minnesota,” and Christine Isaguirre will present "Biosolids Facility Planning: One Approach, Three Communities."
Donohue is pleased to announce that Eric Lynne is Donohue’s new Minnesota Area Manager. In this position, Eric will provide strategic and managerial leadership for our Minnesota clients and business. Throughout his 10 years with the company, Eric has proven to be an exceptional client advocate, project manager, and process engineer, helping Upper Midwest clients navigate projects to successful outcomes and leading Donohue teams. He specializes in water and wastewater planning, design, pilot-testing, construction, startup, and troubleshooting.
The Illinois Section of the American Water Works Association (ISAWWA) presented the Young Professional (YP) Excellence Award to Andrew Dow of Donohue & Associates. The award recognizes the outstanding YP of each year based on contributions to the water industry and for exceptional service and achievements beyond one’s years. Andrew is a water/wastewater process engineer located in Donohue’s Chicago office.
The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District and Donohue & Associates received a 2019 Engineering Excellence Honor Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Missouri for the Lemay Pump Station Electrical System Transformation project. The award was presented at ACEC’s annual awards banquet in Kansas City.
The Public Facilities Authority (PFA) recently announced the approval of $31.47 million in grants and loans for water infrastructure projects in Western Lake Superior Sanitary District (Duluth) and the City of Carlton. Donohue has significant involvement on several of these projects.
Donohue & Associates, Inc. has acquired C2 Engineers, LLC of Danville, Illinois, as part of its strategic plan to expand services and increase the firm’s presence in central Illinois. The newly merged firms are complementary and together provide water, wastewater, stormwater, civil, and site planning engineering services.
The Southwest Branch of the Michigan Chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA) awarded the Battle Creek WWTP Secondary Treatment System Upgrade project with the 2018 Public Works Project of the Year Award in the Environmental $5M - $25M category. The award was presented to the City of Battle Creek, Donohue & Associates, and Davis Construction at the recent Annual Awards Banquet.
We extend our warmest wishes to you and your family for a healthy and joyful 2019. To help others who are in need of clean drinking water and sanitation systems, Donohue is happy to contribute to three worthwhile organizations that provide sustainable solutions in developing countries: Water for People, Global Water Stewardship, and Wisconsin Water for the World.
Donohue’s Emily Wehmeyer, PE, received the prestigious Tumble Bug Award from the Indiana Water Environment Association (IWEA) during their 2019 annual meeting. This award recognizes committee members, program presenters, and others within IWEA who have worked industriously on behalf of the organization.
The City of Two Rivers held its Raider Trail Dedication on Saturday, October 27, to celebrate the successful completion of a 3/4-mile paved bike and pedestrian trail. The trail runs along State Highway 42 from 34th Street to Two Rivers High School. Attending the ribbon-cutting were local officials, project stakeholders, and area residents.