Commonwealth’s Contest Makes the News

Earlier this year Commonwealth sponsored a “Spot the Koozie” contest encouraging our friends to take a photo featuring a Commonwealth Engineers, Inc. drink-can koozie. The contest along with a $500 prize to be donated to charity was won by Doug Milligan of Geneva Indiana and posted on our news page here. Doug is the founding president […]

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Ductile Iron Lawsuit Could Mean Money for Your Community

Steve Carter and Don Larson provide information about how you may be eligible to recover costs of your water & wastewater infrastructure projects due to an antitrust lawsuit brought by The State of Indiana’s Office Of The Attorney General.  Watch the brief video above and contact Steve Carter or Don Larson if you have any questions. […]

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St. Meinrad Water Tower Demolition

The ground shook shortly after dawn in St. Meinrad Indiana Monday morning, November 11 as Iseler Demolition made quick work of destroying the old water tower. Commonwealth Engineers, Inc. designed the new 110-foot-tall, 100,000-gallon water tower to replace the existing 90-foot-tall tower that was almost 50 years old. Watch the video:

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Commonwealth at the 2013 Monumental Marathon

On Saturday, November 2, Commonwealth volunteers once again defied a crisp early morning to pass out water as a record-breaking 13,610 runners took to the streets of Indianapolis for the 6th annual Monumental Marathon. Blake Boldon, executive director for the Monumental Marathon said the race continues to grow every year, largely thanks to community support. […]

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Pooling Your Project’s Financing

The Town of Newport’s new Wastewater Treatment and Collection System Project is a ground breaker when it comes to pooling funding sources. This project represents the first time three (3) major funding sources all participated in one (1) wastewater project. The USDA Rural Development, Indiana Finance Authority, and the Office of Community and Rural Affairs […]

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Town of Speedway Receives “Excellence in Sustainable Design or Construction” Award

The 2013 UWRWA Stewardship Awards Event was held on Thursday, September 26th at the Indianapolis Zoo.  The awards seek to recognize important work being done in the watershed.  Congratulations to the Town of Speedway for receiving the “Excellence in Sustainable Design or Construction” award for their Green Infrastructure Sewer Separation Project!  Commonwealth Engineers, Inc. is […]

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The Importance of Master Planning for Communities

Many communities don’t want to spend money on master plans and studies. They would rather see their limited resources go directly to brick and mortar projects. While this may seem like an efficient use of funds, it often results in a more costly, reactionary approach. Click the video below to see an example of how […]

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2013 Client Appreciation Golf Outing

Our 2013 Golf Outing was held on June 21st at Smock Golf Course in Indianapolis.  This year we saw an increase in attendance of about 50% from the previous year with some foursomes being first time attendees! Each year our clients compete for prize money for charities of their choice.  A huge thanks goes out […]

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Announcing the “Spot the Commonwealth Koozie” Contest Winner!

Commonwealth Engineers, Inc. would like to congratulate Doug Milligan of Geneva, Indiana for submitting the winning entry in our”Spot the Commonwealth Koozie” contest.     Congratulations Doug Milligan, Koozie Contest Winner!      Commonwealth for the Generations!    The picture was taken in Geneva, IN at sunset. On the right is Doug Milligan, current Councilman and former […]

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Construction in Richmond, Indiana – Punching Out at Shaft 308

Commonwealth Engineers, Inc. (CEI) led a team that designed the East Side Interceptor Replacement Project, a three phased project that involves replacing an aged 24-36 inch gravity interceptor with a new 54 inch gravity interceptor using a combination of open-cut and tunneling construction.  The projects are an important component of the Richmond Sanitary District’s goal […]

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