Tag: Brown and Caldwell
Following a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Consent Decree to improve Windward Oahu’s sewage collection and treatment system by June 2018, Brown and Caldwell worked with the City and County of Honolulu and its team of construction partners to deliver the Kaneohe-Kailua Wastewater Conveyance and Treatment Facilities Project on an accelerated schedule and within budget.
HASSELL+, a multidisciplinary resilience team that includes Brown and Caldwell, presented its Resilient by Design|Bay Area Challenge proposal for the Colma Creek Watershed in San Mateo County, South San Francisco, at the Resilient Bay Summit.
The City of Boise, Idaho, and Brown and Caldwell received a Grand Award in the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) 51st Engineering Excellence Awards competition for the Dixie Drain Phosphorus Removal Facility.
Brown and Caldwell, an environmental engineering and construction firm, announced that as part of its planned succession of leadership, Craig Goehring has transitioned from CEO to Executive Chairman, and Rich D’Amato, President and COO, has been promoted to CEO.
Archer Western Construction, LLC and joint venture partner Brown and Caldwell were awarded the Progressive Design-Build project at Fulton County’s Big Creek Water Reclamation Facility in Roswell, Ga. The Progressive Design-Build project will upgrade and expand the facility from 24 to 38 million gallons per day.
Brown and Caldwell added the resources of J4 Engineering Group, an industrial water services firm based in Boise, Idaho, with proven success in all aspects of project development from planning through permitting, preliminary design, detailed design, construction services, commissioning, and startup.
Brown and Caldwell, Water Research Foundation guide lays out a framework for managing finite water resources.
The National Center for Employee Ownership, a private non-profit organization, released the Employee Ownership 100, the largest 100 companies (by employment) owned by employee stock ownership plan (ESOPs) or other arrangements in which at least 50 percent of the stock is owned by 50 percent or more of the workforce. Eight of the companies on the list are in the engineering industry, collectively employing about 65,000 people.
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