All Indiana Professional Engineers are required to get 2 PDH Credits in “Indiana Statute and Rules and Ethics for Professional Engineers” for the upcoming license renewal. Commonwealth Engineers now provides this course online! VISIT COMMONWEALTH’S E-LEARNING SITE TODAY!
Brady Dryer, Commonwealth’s Environmental Compliance Manager has information to share about IDEM’s announcement for phosphorus requirements for facilities that discharge more than 1.0 Million Gallons per Day or for facilities that discharge to a receiving stream that is impaired for nutrients. Please watch the video to learn more. Additional information on Phosphorus-Based Comprehensive Wastewater Characterization […]
Providing sewer service to unsewered areas presents a number of challenges. Often these areas are unsewered because construction would be too difficult or too costly. This video describes how Commonwealth designed an alternative sewer option that met the challenges of the area and saved significant construction costs.
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Indiana and Commonwealth Engineers, Inc. hosted a Community Earth Day Celebration in the City of Rensselaer on April 22nd. This celebration recognized the City for its Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) 019 Wet Weather Treatment Project. At this event Mayor Stephen A. Wood announced that the City has received […]
The City of Rensselaer, USDA Indiana and Commonwealth Engineers, Inc. are excited to share the details of this project on Earth Day. The celebration will include remarks from Stephen A. Wood, Mayor of the City of Rensselaer, Phil Lehmkuhler, USDA Rural Development State Director, and Al Stong, CEI President. There will also be an opportunity […]
We announced a few weeks ago that Commonwealth Engineers hired Toby Church, a licensed professional electrical engineer, to expand our services to include electrical / mechanical and instrumentation and control design; energy audits and power quality analysis to better serve Indiana communities. In house electrical design means better coordination and communication during the design process […]
Indiana has a more than 1200 dams. Over 60% of those dams are privately owned with the primary usage being recreation. Most of these dams are well over 35 years in age and many of these structures are deemed conditionally poor or unsatisfactory. Other dams lack hydraulic capacity to properly convey large storm events and […]
Below are a few key reasons why these services are so important: Energy issues are here to stay and will only get more serious as there are no quick fixes. Energy represents the largest controllable cost of providing water or wastewater services to the public. Energy efficiency investments often have outstanding rates of return and […]
This post is a reminder for all CSO communities. During March of each year, all CSO communities are required to file a notice in their local newspaper of highest publication as required by 327 IAC 5-2.6(1). An example of the required minimum language is included below. If you have any questions please contact Don Larson at 317-888-1177. Also […]
The IURC recently posted an announcement on its website about a new law requiring water utilities to report specific information. Please see a copy of the IURC’s information below. WATER RESOURCE DATA COLLECTION During the 2012 legislative session, Senate Enrolled Act 132(I.C. ch. 8-1-30.5) was enacted into law. This law requires the Indiana Utility Regulatory […]