Awards

SEH Wastewater Project Wins Award for Excellence in Protective Coatings

SEH won the first annual Sherwin-Williams Impact Award for the rehabilitation of a domestic anaerobic digester for the city of Austin, Minnesota.

The project won the award because it “demonstrated project excellence in using high-performance protective coatings to address corrosion-related problems across a variety of water and wastewater structures, such as storage, transmission, and treatment facilities.”

The award was announced at the Water Environment Federation’s WEFTEC conference on September 26, 2016, in New Orleans, Louisiana.

October 10, 2016

SEH Wins Award for Commitment to Sustainability

SEH is committed to reducing its impact on the environment and being efficient in our work. Paper reduction is just one of SEH’s goals in our 2015-2016 Sustainability Plan. We are accomplishing this by scanning records as they are being prepared for archiving. Going forward, electronic versions of project records will be maintained. Our goal is to eliminate paper-based project records by 2018.

May 20, 2015

Three SEH Projects Win 2015 Minnesota Concrete Council Awards

Recently, SEH and/or project partners received 1st place awards from the Minnesota Concrete Council (MCC) for our work on street reclamation, water treatment plant and light rail transit station projects. The MMC was created to educate its members about improving the quality and use of concrete, and to educate decision makers about the benefits of quality concrete construction.

March 2, 2015

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