Donohue’s Susan Wojtkiewicz, PE recently presented “Alliance for Water Stewardship: Stewardship in Wisconsin and Around the Globe” at the Wisconsin Section AWWA Annual Meeting. The presentation covered the key elements of the Alliance for Water Stewardship system and provided an overview of the AWS organization including its global context. Susan shared her experience in completing the AWS standard training and how the AWS standard and principles have guided her approach to water development and management in Wisconsin and other Midwestern states.
WEFTEC, the Water Environment Federation's Technical Exhibition and Conference, is the largest water quality event in the world. Starting September 30 at McCormick Place in Chicago, Donohue is excited to be involved through presentations, sponsorship, committees, and other activities:
Susan Wojtkiewicz, PE is the newest member of Donohue’s team. She joins Donohue as a senior water engineer and project manager with 22 years of experience in providing environmental and civil engineering, project management, and funding assistance to municipal, county, and industrial clients throughout Wisconsin and Minnesota. Her expertise includes the planning, design, and construction of water treatment, wells, and distribution systems; groundwater sampling, modeling, and remediation; wellhead protection plans; aquifer testing; user rate studies; regulatory permits; and funding applications.
The Indiana Water Environment Association's Annual Conference is taking place August 22-24, 2017 in Indianapolis and features presentations from Donohue professionals. We will also be in exhibitor booth #99 on August 22 & 23. Learn more here.
Moving up four spots from last year, Engineering News-Record (ENR) has ranked Donohue & Associates No. 19 in the wastewater treatment plant category as part of its annual compilation of top U.S. engineering firms. This ranking puts Donohue alongside some of the largest engineering firms in the country.
The Iowa Water Environment Association's Annual Conference is taking place June 7-8 in Ottumwa and features presentations from Donohue professionals. Learn more at iawea.org/content/iawea-2017-annual-conference
Co-authors Autumn Fisher (City of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin), Jeremy Cramer (Donohue & Associates), and Eric Lynne (Donohue & Associates) received the Gus H. Radebaugh Award during the recent Central States Water Environment Association (CSWEA) Annual Meeting. The award recognizes their efforts on the technical paper “SNRP 101: Fond du Lac WWTP Lab Experiences.” This prestigious award recognizes the most outstanding paper from those that were presented at the previous year’s annual meeting.
The City of Wyoming, Michigan is benefiting from the installation of energy-efficient materials at its wastewater treatment plant. Improvements to the plant’s aeration system are saving the city over 2.1 million kilowatt hours of energy a year, enough electricity annually to power more than 270 typical Michigan homes.
The Central States Water Environment Association’s (CSWEA) Annual Meeting brings together passionate professionals from throughout the wastewater industry to provide a forum for innovation, inspiration, and exchange of ideas. The meeting takes place May 22-25, 2017 at the InterContinental Riverfront Hotel in St. Paul, Minnesota and Donohue is excited to be involved through presentations, sponsorship, an exhibit booth, and other activities:
Donohue’s Mike Harvey, PE is the Program Chair for the Energy and Resource Recovery Seminar taking place on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 in Glen Ellyn, Illinois. The program is presented by the Illinois Section of the Central States Water Environment Association (CSWEA) and the Illinois Association of Wastewater Agencies (IAWA) and features presentations from industry professionals on topics including: