After devastating floods ravaged parts of Northern Colorado last month, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) called on SEH Bridge Inspectors to assess the safety of hundreds of bridges throughout some of Colorado’s most afflicted regions.
Representatives from the group Aguatuya, an organization dedicated to supporting water and sanitation initiatives in Bolivia, will visit Chippewa Falls and other areas in the region starting Saturday, Sept. 7 through Wednesday, Sept. 11.
The Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District's restoration of the Kinnickinnic River was cited in a recent editorial in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel as an example of how federal grant funds are used to support critical clean water initiatives in the Great Lakes Region. SEH provided design services for the award-winning Kinnickinnic River project.
Mr. Van Gilder joins SEH’s Rice Lake, Wis. office as a Senior Project Manager specializing in storm water and municipal design projects. He comes to SEH with 24 years of civil engineering, design, and construction experience.
On Saturday June 20th, SEH scientist Dave Blumer gave a presentation about aquatic life management at the first-ever Lake Fair held in Lavalle, Wis. The hour-long presentation—called “dynamic and humorous” by local news media—focused on how the Lake Redstone community in Lavalle could improve the lake’s water quality and protect native aquatic plant species.
A river rehabilitation project completed by SEH for the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD) has been named a National Project of the Year by the American Public Works Association (APWA). Previously, the project garnered Project of the Year honors from the Wisconsin Chapter of APWA.
Lindsey Roberts McKenzie, a water resources engineer at SEH, contributed to a feature called “Cool Jobs”, which is currently showcased on Southern Methodist University’s (SMU) Kids Ahead and STEM Works websites.