Each year the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Wisconsin invites engineering firms to submit their best projects to compete in the Engineering Excellence Awards...
The Michigan Water Environment Association's Wastewater Administrators Conference (WWAdCon) is taking place January 26-27 in Frankenmuth and features a presentation from a Donohue professional. Learn more here.
Jeremy Cramer joins Donohue & Associates with 18 years of experience in wastewater operations, optimization, and management. He will serve as a Senior Process Specialist based out of the Sheboygan office.
We extend our warmest thoughts of joy and peace for the holiday season! This year Donohue is grateful to be able to continue our support as a donor to Water for People, Global Water Stewardship, and Wisconsin Water for the World. These nonprofit organizations provide locally sustainable drinking water, sanitation, and health education programs to individuals in developing countries.
Donohue is deeply focused on and committed to providing responsive services to our clients. As our business operations have continued to develop in Michigan, we have recently opened an office in Grand Rapids as part of our dedication to local clients. The office is located at 3949 Sparks Drive SE, Suite 105, in Grand Rapids. With a total of 10 offices throughout the Upper Midwest (Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Minnesota, Missouri, and Wisconsin), this office complements Donohue’s ability to respond to our clients’ most challenging water, wastewater, stormwater, and transportation projects.
Sheboygan is very fortunate to be one of only four communities in the United States selected to participate in the Nonmotorized Transportation Pilot Program (NTPP). This federally-funded program was created to demonstrate how walking and bicycling infrastructure can link community resources and increase rates of walking and bicycling. Sheboygan County received $25 million and has used those funds for 25 projects across the county since 2005. One of the County’s largest projects undertaken through this program is the Taylor Drive Multi-Use Path, which was completed in November 2016. Donohue designed a 2.6-mile path along the City of Sheboygan’s west side.
Donohue’s Bill Marten, PE, BCEE is a presenter at the 112th Annual Midwest Food Processors Association Convention on Wednesday, November 30, 2016. His presentation is titled " Phosphorus Removal Considerations and Technologies " and provides a general overview of phosphorus removal wastewater treatment technologies – both chemical and biological. It covers the special challenges and considerations that can arise when considering and applying these technologies with food processing wastewater. Key issues include wastewater characteristics, technology capabilities and constraints, and interactions of various phosphorus removal approaches with the rest of the wastewater treatment system. Several case history examples of various phosphorus removal approaches will be discussed.
Donohue’s Nathan Cassity, PE, BCEE is a presenter at the Central States Water Environment Association’s (CSWEA) Resource Recovery Seminar on Thursday, November 10, 2016. His presentation is titled "NEW Water Optimization Case Study" and covers the full scale final clarifier testing that was performed at the NEW Water Green Bay, WI facility which evaluated field performance of TSS removal and ultimately phosphorus removal tied to clarifier optimization. Donohue’s study is assisting NEW Water in optimization efforts to reduce phosphorus in the Lower Fox River basin.
The 31st Annual Conference on the Environment is taking place on November 9 in Minneapolis and features presentations from Donohue professionals. Learn more here.
Donohue’s Terry Boyer, PE is a presenter at the 78th Annual Regional Conferences of the Illinois Association of Water Pollution Control Operators (IAWPCO) on Wednesday, October 19, 2016. His presentation is titled "Computer Modeling for Nutrient Removal" and covers the use of computer modeling with BioWin or GPS-X activated sludge models to address current permit changes requiring nutrient removal. Several real-world case studies will be presented demonstrating how modeling is used to predict performance of nutrient removal systems. The importance of wastewater characterization will be discussed as well as the use of modeling to predict effluent performance during construction of nutrient removal facilities.