North Beach Access Improvements along WWTP

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2017-08-10T18:34:46+00:00

North Beach Access Improvements along WWTP City of Port Washington, WI The North Beach access paths along the City’s wastewater treatment plant (WWTP), were in need of both structural and aesthetic improvements to properly greet visitors to the popular beach destination. The City’s goal was to improve the overall experience for beach visitors, while [...]

West Washington Street Drainage Improvements, Phase 1

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2017-08-11T20:30:04+00:00

West Washington Street Drainage Improvements, Phase 1 Champaign, IL Clark Dietz provided professional engineering services for drainage improvements to the West Washington Street drainage basin. The Washington Street Watershed had a long history of flooding problems, which affected hundreds of residents along the watershed. The flooding was primarily attributed to an undersized storm sewer [...]

Uline Construction Inspection

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2017-08-11T20:39:55+00:00

Uline Construction Inspection Kenosha, WI Clark Dietz was retained to provide construction inspection and related services for the Uline Development Project located west of I-94 between 38th Street and STH 142. Uline is the leading distributor of shipping, industrial and packaging materials to businesses throughout North America. The company moved its corporate headquarters to [...]

Water Treatment Plant Standby Power Upgrade

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2017-08-10T16:59:37+00:00

Water Treatment Plant Standby Power Upgrade Oak Creek, WI The Oak Creek Water and Sewer Utility Water Treatment Plant and Low Lift Pump Station were constructed in the early 1970s. Since that time, the demands to supply quality water to customers in the Oak Creek community have significantly increased. The original generators used to [...]

Low Lift Pumping Station Improvements

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2017-08-10T17:03:35+00:00

Low Lift Pumping Station Improvements Oak Creek, WI The Oak Creek Water and Sewer Utility was experiencing unreliability and component failure of the electrical system at its Low Lift Pumping Station. Clark Dietz evaluated the existing electrical equipment to determine needed replacements, including transformers, switchgear, motor control centers, and instrumentation and controls. Based on [...]