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.
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.
Engineering News-Record (ENR) has ranked Donohue & Associates in their listing of Top 200 Environmental Firms. This is the first time Donohue has been featured on the list.
Donohue is deeply focused on and committed to providing responsive services to our clients. As our business operations have continued to develop in Illinois, we have opened an office in Naperville to complement our downtown Chicago and Champaign locations. The Naperville office is located at 1755 Park Street, Suite 310.
WEFTEC®, recognized as the world's largest annual water quality technical conference and exhibition, is set for September 29 to October 3 in New Orleans. The 91st Annual Conference includes workshops and presentations from Donohue senior wastewater professionals Sara Arabi, Nathan Cassity, and Eric Lynne.
Donohue personnel will be presenting three technical sessions focused on stormwater and wastewater treatment at the 42nd Annual Minnesota Wastewater Operators Association (MWOA) Conference. The conference will be held at the TimberLake Lodge in Grand Rapids, Minnesota.
Donohue, the City of Rushville, Indiana, and generator contractor Bowen received a 2018 Merit Award for engineering excellence from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Indiana. The award was made in recognition of the Cloth-Media Disk Filters for CSO Treatment project completed for Rushville Utilities.
Donohue welcomes Richard Claus to its Indianapolis office as Senior Water/Wastewater Engineer and Project Manager. Richard brings 20 years of diverse and progressive experience encompassing the planning, design and construction-related services of water and wastewater projects across the country.