Indianapolis, IN | Wessler Engineering

Personality

Our team is passionate, skilled, and ready to go above and beyond for you.

Michelle Everetts

CADD Technician

Graphic Communicator & Charitable Kiwanian

Jake Barker

Environmental Scientist

Defender of Mother Nature & Exercise Enthusiast

Gary Ruston

Senior Project Manager

WWTP Strategist & Teenager's Chauffeur

Dreama Doolittle

Executive Vice President

Specification Scrutinizer & Energetic Mom

Ryan Sidler

Project Engineer

Intense Analyzer & Sports Car Fanatic

 
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White River Interceptor Rehabilitation

City of Muncie, Indiana

As part of an ongoing process to maintain FEMA certification of the White River Flood Control Levee, the Muncie Sanitary District (MSD) is rehabilitating multiple sewers along the levee route.
 
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Recent News

  • January 29, 2016

    Wessler Announces Employee Promotions

    Wessler Engineering is pleased to announce the promotion of twelve employees.

  • January 18, 2016

    Employee Spotlight: Lucas Woeste

    Wessler is pleased to announce Lucas Woeste as our January Employee of the Month! We asked Lucas a few questions about himself so you could get to know him better.

 

What Our Clients Have to Say

I appreciate the consistency of having the same staff each year...it speeds up the process, creates an understanding, and creating long term relationships adds a sense of relationship between us and Wessler.

- Evansville Regional Airport

 

Progress

We are dedicated to bringing our clients' vision to life with each and every project.

 

Our Blog

  • Tuesday, February 9, 2016 9:00 am

    Are Sump Pumps Costing Your Community Money?

    Most homeowners never think about their sump pump until a problem occurs, let alone how their discharge could be affecting the community.  A sump pump is a mechanical device typically located in a sump pit in a basement or crawl space.  Its purpose is to pump accumulated clear water (i.e., groundwater or stormwater) from building foundation drains and downspouts to the stormwater system.  

    Unfortunately, many sump pumps are improperly plumbed into the sanitary sewer system, putting an additional burden on the sanitary sewer collection system and the wastewater treatment plant.