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Fehr Graham, a leading Midwest engineering and environmental firm, announced that Environmental Health and Safety Technician Gerald Reed passed the ex...
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Fehr Graham Principal Nate Kass shares tips and tricks on stormwater management in @Storm Water Solutions magazine. In a handful of examples, Kass exp...
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  Cameron Johns stands in front of the Village Grove Water Treatment Plant. One of the advantages of an engineering career is getting the chance ...
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  The City of Rockford is taking advantage of a federal program that will pay to replace aging lead water pipes.   The City secured a $...
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Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds learned a lot about West Union's downtown streetscape project during a recent visit to the city of about 2,350 people. With...
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The Village of Ivesdale received good news from the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA). With Fehr Graham’s help, Ivesdale was approved fo...
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Well 45, at the intersection of Stanley and Cedar streets, is getting an addition that will house a new radium filtration system. This will help the C...
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Construction on Villa Grove, Illinois, $4.6 million water treatment plant started in May 2018. All the underground piping has been relocated. Leander ...
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Aging water systems and the challenges that come with them are a reality for many communities in the United States. The Village of Ludlow in north-cen...
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  Fehr Graham has a long history with landfills on the southern edge of the city of Freeport. It began in 1971 when Allen Fehr, one of our founde...
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 Local officials have been pushing for some time for a design and construction upgrade to the nearly 50-year-old Interstate 57/74 interchange, th...
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 In the last two years, the village of Shannon has been confronted with water system problems. It was discovered through routine state ...
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Fehr Graham Engineer, Seth Gronewold, wore a GoPro while he climbed the Winnebago, Illinois, Water Tower with Chad Insko, Village Public Works Directo...
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