EPA Proposes Revisions to the Lead and Copper Rule (LCR)

Lead and copper enter drinking water primarily through plumbing materials. They can be problematic since exposure to these chemicals may cause health problems ranging from stomach distress to brain damage. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed revisions to the Lead and Copper Rule (LCR) to reduce exposure from drinking water in at-risk communities and […]

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Spencer Playground Paint Day

On Friday, September 13th, Commonwealth Engineers joined forces with Spencer, Indiana to revitalize some of the Town’s playground equipment.  Mike Spinks from the Town Council accompanied by Commonwealth’s Drew Flamion, Toby Church, and Nancy Church volunteered their time to help with the playground paint job! You can check out the before and after below!  

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Engineers Without Borders Kickball Tournament

Commonwealth Engineers supports  Engineers Without Borders through Kcikball Tournament   Commonwealth Engineers, Inc. (CEI) was a sponsor for the Annual Kickball Tournament Fundraiser put on by the Indianapolis Professional Chapter of Engineers Without Borders USA. This was CEI’s third year sponsoring the event and sending a team. This year CEI faced off against teams from 12 […]

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Grandview, Indiana Ground Breaking

On June 13th, 2019, the Town of Grandview came together with Commonwealth Engineers, Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA), two contractors, Bobby Luttrell and Sons, and Layne Water Resources to break ground on their latest water project.  The Town of Grandview will be constructing a new water well, installing isolation valves in the […]

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Commonwealth Engineers is awarded the 2019 Circle of Excellence by PSMJ Resources, Inc.

Commonwealth Engineers is awarded the 2019 Circle of Excellence by PSMJ Resources, Inc.  The PSMJ Circle of Excellence highlights successfully managed firms that demonstrate outstanding achievements in areas such as overhead management, productivity, client satisfaction, staff growth, and turnover. The Circle of Excellence represents the top 20% of participants in PSMJ’s annual A/E Financial Performance […]

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IDEM’s Total Nitrogen Monitoring Initiative

Nutrient pollution to our waterways is one of the United States’ top environmental challenges.  Public health issues due to harmful algal blooms (a rapid accumulation of algae) impact waterways used for drinking and recreation.  This happens by either blocking out sunlight and depleting oxygen for aquatic life or by secreting toxins into drinking water sources. […]

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Commonwealth Engineers Welcomes Maureen Hayden

COMMONWEALTH ENGINEERS, INC. WELCOMES MAUREEN HAYDEN FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Commonwealth Engineers, Inc. is excited to announce our newest hire, Maureen Hayden.  Maureen will be serving as a Business Development Manager in central Indiana.  Her primary responsibility will be marketing and selling engineering services to potential clients while assisting in maintaining Commonwealth Engineers’ many clients. Before joining […]

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Commonwealth Engineers named a Top Place to Work in Indianapolis

  On Sunday, June 6th, the Indianapolis Star named Commonwealth Engineers, Inc. (Commonwealth) as a top place to work in Indianapolis. We are humbled to receive this recognition and want to thank our employees for making Commonwealth such a positive and enjoyable place to work. Commonwealth was nominated, leading to an employee survey that included […]

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Commonwealth Celebrates Jackie Young’s #1 Pick

Princeton native Jackie Young was picked #1 in the WNBA draft and will be going to the Las Vegas Aces.  In a post on Instagram and Twitter, Young said, “I would like to announce that I will be following my heart and living out my childhood dream of playing in the WNBA.  I have waited […]

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