US Senator Tammy Baldwin visited downtown Chippewa Falls, Wis., on Monday for a first-hand look at construction of SEH's new office building, and the city's revamped entryway where a traffic roundabout and other amenities are under construction as well.
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.
On Monday July 8, Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch spoke at the groundbreaking ceremony for the new SEH office building that will be located at the gateway to downtown Chippewa Falls. The building is part of larger downtown rejuvenation project that will include a new park, a roundabout, and other improvements that will give the city entrance an entirely new look.
Over the past five years SEH has worked with the City of St. Louis Park, Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT), and Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) to advance transportation improvements at the intersection of Trunk Highway 7 (TH 7) and Louisiana Avenue.