Local engineering and architecture firm SEH named Chippewa Falls area resident Mark Broses, PE, to serve as the company’s Regional Leader responsible for sales and operations in Wisconsin, Illinois, and Indiana.
A Multi-Disciplinary Approach for Sherwood, Wis. Presented by Andrew Dane, AICP, at the 2012 Wisconsin Conference on Downtown Revitalization “The Art of Downtown Development” in Appleton, Wisconsin on October 9th, 2012.
The Cheyenne Board of Public Utilities (BOPU) moved its operations into a new building on Snyder Avenue. The new building creates a one-stop service location by centralizing the water and sewer department’s Administration, Engineering, and Operations and Maintenance Divisions in one campus. Previously, water and sewer users may have had to visit multiple locations when conducting business with the BOPU.
Agricultural Utilization Research Institute (AURI) initiated and provided financial support to study reclaimed water use for industry, and this case study is a continuation of the efforts to understand and explore the possibilities and potential benefits of water reuse and sustainability practices at industrial facilities. SEH, in partnership with AURI, worked with a rural community and their industries to evaluate water sustainability improvements for the municipal and industrial users.
SEH Senior Community Development Specialist Andrew Dane (Appleton) presented "Sustainability IS Economic Development" at the Wisconsin Basic Economic Development Course (WIBEDC) held Sept. 10-13, 2012, at the University of Wisconsin Pyle Center in Madison.
Mark Broses, PE, vividly remembers his first trip to the city of Cochabamba, Bolivia. “It was shocking to see people in outer ring communities using old industrial barrels to store drinking water,” recalls Broses, SEH Co-Director of Energy and Sustainability.