The Illinois Water Environment Association's Annual Conference is taking place February 29-March 2 in Champaign and features presentations from Donohue professionals. Learn more here.
Donohue & Associates and Jefferson City received an Engineering Excellence Grand Award for the Cole Junction Pump Station and Force Main project from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Missouri. The awards for Engineering Excellence are bestowed upon member firms in recognition of quality engineering achievements. Project entries are judged on the basis of excellence in design, the degree to which the client’s needs are met, as well as benefit to the public welfare and to engineering practices.
From its modest beginnings in downtown Sheboygan on February 3, 1997, Donohue & Associates is marking the firm’s 19th year in providing client-centered, award-winning engineering solutions. Donohue has grown exponentially in the past two decades, completing over 3,000 projects for municipal, county, state, and industrial clients. Nationally, Donohue is ranked No. 24 in the wastewater treatment plant category by Engineering News-Record.
The Michigan Water Environment Association's Wastewater Administrators Conference (WWAdCon) is taking place January 21-22 in Frankenmuth and features a presentation from a Donohue professional. Learn more here.
The Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology publication recently featured a paper co-authored by Donohue’s Allen Williams entitled “Ion Exchange-Precipitation for Nutrient Recovery from Dilute Wastewater.”...
The Indiana Water Environment Association's Annual Conference is taking place November 18-20 in Indianapolis and features presentations from Donohue professionals. Learn more here.
The Michigan Water Environment Association's Process Seminar is taking place on November 12 in East Lansing and features presentations from Donohue professionals. Learn more here.
The 30th annual "Conference on the Environment" is taking place on November 4 in Minneapolis and features presentations from Donohue professionals. Learn more at cswea.org.
There’s no denying that Bookworm Gardens is full of beautiful plants, displays, and sculptures based upon children’s literature. But one sculpture in particular is more than meets the eye. A whimsical turtle resting on a tree stump is featured in the new “Water Is Water” display. The tree stump cleverly serves as part of the overflow structure for a new raingarden/biofilter system designed by Donohue to collect stormwater, promote infiltration, and improve water quality.
Terry joins Donohue & Associates with 27 years of innovative process design experience in water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure for small to large facilities. He will serve as a Vice President based out of the Champaign office.