City of Lawrence Utilities’ Phase I Water System Improvements Project Wins ACEC State Finalist Engineering Excellence Award

Congratulations to the City of Lawrence Utilities for being recognized with a state finalist award by the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Indiana for their Phase I Water System Improvements project!

The Wessler team was proud to partner with Lawrence City officials and utilities staff to expand and renovate the community’s water system and infrastructure allowing enhanced water capacity and service to improve Lawrence residents’ quality of life.

With the Richardt Water Treatment Plant unable to keep up with community demand with the two-million-gallons-per-day (MGD) it produced, a complete analysis was done of the City’s water system. After two years of construction, the renovated plant now has the capacity to produce 4.32 MGD of safe, reliable clean, potable water. The project also included improvements to Indian Lake and Fort Harrison wellfields, refurbishing the Oaklandon tank and water distribution system.

Congratulations to Mayor Steve Collier’s administration on this well-deserved award!