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Our Projects

Learn more about our past and current projects below.

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Indianapolis Airport Authority

The IAA owns and operates nearly 7,700 acres of land, in addition to 2,000 acres of protected habitat land for the federally endangered Indiana bat. This large footprint, much of it impervious surfaces which produce ground water runoff combined with unique issues such as the management of de-icing chemicals, creates both a cost and sustainability challenge. The IAA maintains an infrastructure system of storage basins, conveyances, control structures and associated equipment to manage stormwater and deicing fluid runoff at the Indianapolis International Airport (IND). The system captures runoff from aircraft and airfield pavement and carries it to storage and ultimately through the sewers for wastewater treatment.


The airport’s stormwater/wastewater systems were sufficient for the current volume of storm water activity but had limited capacity for new development. Within the next 10 years, the IAA anticipates substantial growth in its airside operations, which will have a significant impact on the airport’s systems.


This project brings state-of-the-art thinking to the glycol management and disposal process and propose cost-effective and sustainable capital improvements to the airport’s systems. 

White River – CEG

The White River Treatment Plant is the largest plant in the Water System. The White River system is the primary source of water for the City. As the City grew, natural stream flow in the White River and groundwater in the aquifer near the White River Treatment Plant were no longer sufficient to meet water demands.

Madison Booster -CEG

Booster Stations. The Water System currently has twenty (20) booster stations that move water between pressure districts in the distribution system.

Upper Pogues – CEG

Water Distribution. The Water System consists of 4,319 miles of water transmission and distribution mains, 36,770 fire hydrants, and 45,479 valves.

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Belmont GBT Polymer Improvement

The Water System has redundancy designed into its operation at numerous levels. There is redundancy planned into the Water System's network piping, in the integration of the pressure zones or districts, in the use of storage within the distribution system, in the availability of multiple pump sets at the plants and booster stations, and with the availability of alternative power options at the treatment plants and booster facilities.

Anderson Housing Authority

Project Management services with various projects (e.g. Compliance; etc.)

Impact Center

Project Management services with various projects (e.g. Process Development, etc.)