Now entering the era of infrastructure replacement
Protecting public health, economic prosperity and the high quality of life we enjoy.
A new kind of challenge is emerging for water and wastewater industries. Much of our drinking water and wastewater infrastructure is nearing the end of its useful life. How do you balance the needs of an aging utility with tightening budget constraints, all while meeting ever changing regulations?
Wendel’s water and wastewater experts can help you rebuild and re-tool your plant with new technologies that integrate existing assets into an economically sustainable system. Your existing systems provide the foundation to which we can add new technology—leveraging your past investments while reaping the benefits from industry advancements.
Water Wastewater Retrofits News
Senior Water/Wastewater Engineer Robert Endress joins the Wendel Team “I joined Wendel because its culture is one that prioritizes collaboration and communication with clients and team members, yet is an ISO certified firm who has demonstrated their ability to provide services that meet expectations. I have opportunities to work on a wide range of interesting …Read More
Letchworth State Park, south of Rochester, NY, is known as the Grand Canyon of the East where visitors travel every year to see the scenic gorge and hike in the surrounding forest. Many years ago, the drinking water for thirsty park-goers came from spring feeders from upland wetlands within the park boundary. The water was …Read More
Wendel is pleased to announce the expansion of our presence in the Southeast and the addition of Shayla J. Nealy as Director of Infrastructure Programming. Shayla brings leadership and many distinct competencies to Wendel. She has spent a good portion of her career focusing on improving the Atlanta Region’s water infrastructure as well as devoting …Read More
Wendel was excited to have the opportunity to participate in Earth Day cleanups this year in 4 of our office locations: Buffalo, NY, Alexandria, VA, Richmond, VA and Minneapolis, MN! Watch the video below to take a look at our events in Buffalo and Virginia.
The Chautauqua Institution had a problem. Algae in Chautauqua Lake had reached unsafe levels. The algae blooms, caused by an overabundance of phosphorus in the water, were not just unattractive: they were toxic to swimmers and wildlife as well. Founded in 1874, the Chautauqua Institution’s resort and adult education center had long been renowned for …Read More
The Wendel Water Team members sharing their expertise on a variety of topics across the country this year: Andrew Casolini, PE, LEED AP (Co-Author: Jamie Johnson, PE, LEED AP) Strasburg Water Resource Recovery Facility Yields Major Cost Savings NYWEA 90th Annual Meeting & Exhibition Integrated Capital and Energy Planning (ICE), Co-presenter with Brian Sibiga, PE PennTec …Read More
Meet The Wendel Water Wastewater Retrofits Team
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Robert D. Klavoon
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Shayla J. Nealy
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Scott M. Rybarczyk
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Brian M. Sibiga
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Timothy G. Walck
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Michael W. Wymer
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