Supporting Future Engineers

Commonwealth Engineers is proud to support the next generation of engineers. Recently, as a sponsor to the Carroll High School (CHS) Engineering Team, Ben Adams of the Commonwealth Ft. Wayne office was invited to see the Team’s plans for their Nanoline engineering competition project in progress. The project’s name is Latae Lotus (or “automatic bath” […]

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Commonwealth Announces Staff Promotions

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Commonwealth Engineers, Inc. (Commonwealth) announces the promotion of three staff members to Partner. Commonwealth Partners have a vested interest in helping employees grow with our company and working with Indiana communities with their water resource needs and long-term goals.              Robert (Rob) Bellucci, P.E. joined Commonwealth Engineers […]

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Ivy Tech and Commonwealth Partner for Student Opportunities

Pictured above, Commonwealth Designer and CAD Manager Josh Wheatley attended the State House for a Day to speak to State Legislators and other partners about Ivy Tech’s commitment to meeting the needs of local businesses.  Over the last few years, Commonwealth Engineers, Inc. (Commonwealth) has partnered with Ivy Tech Community College’s main campus in downtown Indianapolis to […]

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Project Highlight – Terre Haute WWTP Tour Part 2 – Solids Handling

In the below video, City of Terre Haute Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator, Robert Elkins, gives a tour of the solids handling facility and explains the benefits that the improvements provide to the WWTP operations staff. Commonwealth Engineers, Inc. was a member of the design and construction engineering team for the City of Terre Haute’s new […]

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Project Highlight: Terre Haute WWTP Tour

The City of Terre Haute completed an improvements project to its Class IV activated sludge wastewater treatment plant (WWTP). With the improvements, the average daily design flow of the WWTP is 24 MGD (million gallons per day), with a peak treatment capacity of 48 MGD. In this video, Terre Haute’s Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator, Robert […]

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Project Highlight: Nappanee Soccer Complex

The City of Nappanee recently completed the construction of a new Soccer Complex with artificial turf field at Wellfield Park. This project is the first phase of the WaNee Vision 2020 Campaign, a series of projects aimed at moving the Nappanee and Wakarusa communities forward. This phase is intended to promote physical activity and encourage […]

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How Asset Management Plans Can Work for You

Asset Management Plans: A quick way of describing the process which evaluates aging infrastructure, and identifies growth needs, and provides important objectives for effectively managing your utility. An Asset Management Plan will protect your community from unexpected and expensive pitfalls and prepare you to move quickly when funding opportunities are made available. PROJECT HIGHLIGHT: CAMP […]

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Could My Treatment Plant Be in Danger?

In August 2018, it is believed that a torch set off a methane gas explosion in Cook County’s oldest water treatment plant (Chicago, IL) and injured 10 people. This explosion is a reminder to take necessary precautions during construction to prevent a methane gas explosion. When working with methane gas, it is crucial to monitor […]

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Daleville Wins AIM Placemaking Award

Congratulations to the Town of Daleville for winning a 2018 AIM Award for Placemaking!  The Placemaking Award highlights implemented programs or projects that demonstrate new approaches for solving municipal challenges and a positive impact in improving the economic and social well-being of a community.  This year, at the AIM Ideas Summit, Daleville received the award for the […]

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