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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.
Wessler is pleased to announce Aaron Hutton as our Employee of the Month! We asked Aaron a few questions about himself so you could get to know him better.
Wessler is proud to announce that Bob Holden, PH. D, P.E., BCEE, has been promoted to Vice President. Bob has been with Wessler since 2014, and will continue in his roles as Wastewater Group Head and Senior Project Manager. He has brought to the table more than 25 years of experience with municipal and industrial projects. He has been involved with several projects with varying scopes of services, including: the analysis and design of wastewater and water treatment, distribution and collection systems, combined sewer separation, sewer rehabilitation and water well location and design. Bob’s industrial experience includes design and regulatory activities in several fields of engineering and a wide array of industries ranging in size from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies. He has participated in the planning, design, construction inspection and administration for many projects and will continue to do so.
You have no idea how important all this documentation has been for our files and no other engineering firm has been this thorough or informative with projects like this in my years of experience with Town business.
- Town of Cumberland, Indiana
Our team is passionate, skilled, and ready to go above and beyond for you.
Public water systems that have elevated nitrates in the water they produce and distribute are required to monitor the levels regularly.
If a nitrate concentration exceeds the maximum contaminant level (MCL), they must perform additional testing and, when the additional testing confirms that the levels are higher than the MCL, must issue a public notice.