Donohue’s Tom Crouse was recently recognized with the Albers-Templeton Service Award at the Wisconsin Wastewater Operators' Association (WWOA) Annual Conference in Wisconsin Dells. The award is presented to an individual who has made outstanding contributions to WWOA and has been a member for at least 10 years. Areas of contribution may include promotion, operation, management, program participation, or education.
Located in Evansville, Indiana, the Sunrise Pump Station and Cascade serves as a multifaceted asset to the community. Designed with a peak pumping capacity of 40 mgd, it includes site piping and diversion structures to route flow from the gravity flow sewer to the new pump station, variable speed controls for all pumps, electrical and control equipment in an unrated space, an emergency generator system, and an automated control system with telemetry compatible to the Utility’s existing SCADA. The effluent is pumped via two force mains over the Ohio River levee and discharged to a cascading aeration structure. This, combined with the facility’s beautiful design, unique learning opportunities, and integration into a community park, make it the perfect candidate for the Aim Community Placemaking Award it recently received.
In the latest release of the Engineering News-Record’s (ENR’s) 2023 national rankings, Donohue has once again demonstrated its industry prowess by securing a spot in the Top 20 within the wastewater treatment plant category. This noteworthy achievement marks the company's ninth consecutive year of maintaining its presence in the top echelon of wastewater treatment rankings.
The Evansville Water and Sewer Utility recently hosted a “How Much Do You Know About H2O” Student Artwork Contest for students from Lincoln School, Evansville Day School, and Signature School. Entrants were invited to submit artwork that depicts the importance of water in everyday life.
Jeremy Roschyk, PE, current Area Manager of Donohue’s South Bend office, has increased his responsibilities to include the Indianapolis office. Jeremy has over 20 years of civil engineering experience in water, wastewater, and other municipal infrastructure. This, along with his proven record of success in South Bend, makes him the ideal choice to head up day-to day operations in Indianapolis. As Area Manager, Jeremy is responsible for building on Donohue’s reputation of providing outstanding client service on challenging water and wastewater projects for our Indiana client base.
Donohue & Associates worked with the Holland Board of Public Works (HBPW) to construct an anaerobic digester at the Holland Area Water Reclamation Facility. The project recently received an ENVISION Gold rating for sustainability.
Today is International Women’s Day and we are celebrating all of the talented women at Donohue who work hard on behalf of our clients every day. They help us find innovative solutions to some of the most pressing challenges in our industry and we sincerely appreciate all that they do.
Donohue & Associates and Western Lake Superior Sanitary District (District) received a 2023 ACEC Minnesota Engineering Excellence Honor Award for the Oxygen Supply Improvements Project (OSIP) at the water resource recovery facility. The project team worked closely with District personnel to develop a solution that was cost effective, reliable, and energy efficient.
Donohue & Associates and Richmond Sanitary District (District) received a 2023 ACEC Indiana Engineering Excellence Honor Award for the William. E. Ross Wastewater Treatment Plant Phase 1 Improvements Project. The District selected Donohue to serve as their engineering consultant to prepare a Facility Plan for Secondary Treatment Improvements.
Donohue & Associates and the City of Stevens Point, WI received a 2023 ACEC Wisconsin Engineering Excellence Best of State Award for the Liquid to Dried Biosolids Conversion Project at their wastewater treatment facility.