The CS&I Water Company goes back to the source to find the increased capacity it was searching for.
When a large drainage ditch runs through the middle of your beautiful rural campus - right by the football stadium - it needs to look good.
More than 5,000 tons of reinforcement persuade a rambling river to go somewhere else.
Several small trouble spots could have made for one large flooding problem.
Extra concrete is needed to repair damage and prevent flooding along the city's newest industrial access road.
Potential flood waters are channeled away in a project to repair tributary erosion sustained during Hurricane Katrina.
A new campus for the expanding Mississippi State Crime Lab is designed from the ground-up in the woods near Whitfield.
More saving. More doing. More designing commercial property for new industries to use.
When weary travelers on the Natchez Trace Parkway stop to stretch in Clinton, they find a welcome center that reflects the identity of their hosts.
A new industry needing to ship out its products was less than 3,000 feet away from one of the nation's primary rail lines. But without a connecting spur, it might as well have been 3,000 miles.
Why let the wind blow around the traffic signals on your busiest intersection when you can anchor them with mast arms?
Sometimes, a small job can make a big difference to a great downtown area.
A prestressed concrete bridge and box culvert are built to replace unsafe timber bridges on an important rural road.
With 50 homes on the outer edges of Brookhaven desperately needing city sewer service, the city and county teamed up for an inter-local project.
With a nearby community experiencing a multitude of septic failures, the Town of Roxie decided it was time to bring everyone into the fold with city sewer services.
As a prerequisite to constructing a new wastewater treatment lagoon, Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training Center first had to turn its attention to a large, failing sewer system.
To put a stop to overflows and backups that seemed to occur at random, the City of Brookhaven authorized an ambitious, four-year citywide sewer rehabilitation program.
The soldiers in training at Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training Center aren't the only ones participating in the base's higher-ops tempo mission. The sewage pumping stations are 'round-the-clock, too.
Before the new wastewater treatment lagoon could be brought online at Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training Center, the sewer network had to be cured of some pain at the pumps.
The water being piped into homes in the City of Fayette required so much treatment it was overwhelming the treatment plant until the city, county, state and WGK dove down deep in search of higher-quality water.
The Hancock County Utility Authority lines up and goes for two.
Réservoir de stockage élevée de l'eau de l'Association de l'eau Langford Le Bourgeois avait besoin de réadaptation.
With multiple systems failing, the water and wastewater sytems at Oakley Youth Development Center required correction.
After a family in the Brignall Community lost their home when firefighters couldn't get enough water pressure out of the lines, the City of Brookhaven connected the community to the municipal water system.
To stop the threat of contaminants squeezing into its water distribution network, the Taylorsville Water Association turned up the pressure.
Four-inch water mains couldn't flow enough water to satisfy the demands of the hundreds of workers building the Kemper County Energy Facility, so the Northwest Kemper Water Association decided to double down.
The construction of a new highway to serve a fast-growing metro area required the Langford Water Association to relocate more than 15,000 linear feet of water lines.
When peak demands caused the Langford Water Association's system to weaken, the only answer was to add more muscle.
After struggling with 12 wetland cells, five aerated ponds and some exceptionally stout wastewater, Gulf States Canners realized that less is far, far more.
At the Decatur South Wastewater Treatment Lagoon, the only way to get on top of a problem is to... get on top of the problem (by 2 feet).
The replacement of several motors and other components at the City of Morton's sequencing batch reactor generated enough electricity cost savings to pay the monthly SRF loan installments.
With disposal options for the 42 million gallons of accumulated sludge piling up at the Southside Wastewater Treatment Plant, the City of Clinton opted against the trucking business.
A multi-phased master plan of updates to rehabilitate the Natchez Wastewater Treatment Plant includes a "green" project to produce Class A Exceptional Quality Biosolids, the first of its kind in Mississippi.
An LSBP project to replace an old, unsafe timber bridge.
A failing timber bridge from the days of old is replaced with a precast concrete span.
A dozen parts and components were repaired or replaced in short order to clear up several critical deficiencies and keep Roxie's water system in compliance with the health department
The need for improved sanitary sewer services grew as the City of Morton expanded during the late 1990s and early 2000s, and city leaders doggedly pursued an extension of city sewer services to unsewered areas.
WGK, Inc., was tapped by Natchez Water Works to design a new pump station and force main to serve the new Adams County Correctional Center, a 2,220-man prison complex in Adams County.
By 2008, the City of Hazlehurst’s sanitary sewer system was in need of a complete rehabilitation, with its old clay tile and concrete pipes cracking and collapsing, triggering inflow and infiltration, clogged lines and backups and overflows into neighborhoods and homes.
The City of Morton moved fast to extend sanitary sewer services to an unserved area where a considerable project for economic development was about to take place.
When you can't build your house upon the rocks, just brings the rocks to your house site.
WGK, Inc. performed construction engineering on a walking and biking trail leading from the entrance into Alcorn State University that went through the woods and across a pond levy until it reached the loop into the campus.
With federal safety enhancements now required on interstate bridges, the department of transportation turns to the Design-Build method of project delivery near a site in Meridian.
To heal a broken bridge after Hurricane Katrina, a new method of project delivery was needed.
By 2010, the 13 pump stations feeding the City of Bay Springs’ two wastewater treatment facilities had fallen into a serious state of disrepair, with the equipment on some pump stations obsolete, some malfunctioning and some simply not working at all.
Multiple, long-term projects are needed to rehabilitate the Clarksdale wastewater treatment plant, but immediate repairs must be performed to maintain compliance.
Hazlehurst operators were robbing parts from one component to fix another. When they'd finally had enough, WGK came in to help design a face lift for the facility.
A customized aerated lagoon is designed to replace a 65-year-old mechanical monster.
A new owner takes over a staple industry and ramps up production, requiring an industrial access road that can absorb enormous abuse from hundreds of log trucks.
A 35-year-old water treatment plant is made new again, and an elevated water storage tank serving the city's industrial park gets a makeover.
When an old, corrugated metal drainage pipe caved in and caused the parking lot to collapse, stronger structures were needed.
Dangerous holes began to erode on the sides of a newly rehabilitated road when a corrugated metal drainage pipe rusted and collapsed, and a stronger pipe was needed.
Deep in the national forest, a new concrete bridge crosses not-so-troubled waters.
The new Mississippi State Crime Lab at Whitfield is large, strong and capable. The access roads have to be so, too.
The City of Brookhaven improves Brookway Boulevard to be ADA compliant.
Hampstead Boulevard is in Phase II of construction and will provide a much needed corridor to businesses and will help reduce congestion on Highway 80
A trail in the treetops was envisiond by the City of Crystal Springs and WGK made it happen.
Hinds County Youth Baseball Association gets new venue thanks to a Pearl River Basin Development District grant.
Funding from Mississippi Emergency Agency grant helps Franklin County aquire Emergency Backup Power Generators.
The natural disaster that was Hurricane Katrina destroyed vast areas of Mississippi. This represents a small part of the restoration effort in Biloxi that will take many years toe complete.
After completing an annexation and luring new industries, the City of Morton enlisted WGK as their trusted advisor to re-evaluate it sewage collection and service methods.
An ongoing rehabilitation program keep Clarksdale's wastewater treatment plant in compliance using SRF funding.
During the 2012 SRFrehabilitation project an electrical issue cause the UV disinfection system to completely fail. WGK got emergency CDBG funding to replace the failed system.
in 2007, Raymonds East Lagoon could not cope with the excessive amount of trash from the newly constructed Hinds County Penal Farm. The "Muffin Monster" new grinder pump, solved the problem.
Jefferson County replaces two bridges with one State Aid Project.
Jefferson County replaces two bridges with one State Aid Project.
Claiborne County Rehabs Multiple Roadways with State Aid Project
38 Miles of Roadway are Rehabilitated in Franklin County