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The Mississippi Business Journal digs our C-SPIRE video!

There can be, ONLY ONE. Show your support for WGK and the City of Clinton.

‘Tis a silly place…

Brilliant minds stop thinking and start "acting" in an effort to lure C-SPIRE's new fiber network to our hometown of Clinton.

WGK, City of Morton earn recognition with project award for wastewater


Awards continue to stack up for WGK's wastewater division, as the SRF Wastewater Improvements Project in Morton earn the Mississippi Municipal League's 2013 Excellence Award.

Sawmill flourishing on industrial access


A WGK-designed industrial access road is allowing one of Brookhaven's oldest industries to operate at a higher capacity than ever before. 

Depot project may bag big game grant

The Natchez Democrat looks into WGK's efforts to secure a federal TIGER grant for three counties and an HBCU.

Region unites to pursue federal transportation funding


Four of WGK's closest clients bind themselves into a regional organization to apply for a TIGER grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation, seeking a project that would see approximately 30 road and bridge projects carried out simultaneously.

WGK engineer publishes Journal Article on soil conditions

To read WGK engineer James Kyzar's peer-reviewed Journal Article on alternatives for testing soil moisture and density, "Evaluation of Nonnuclear Soil Moisture and Density Devices for Field Quality Control," click here.

Nutrient limits delayed for wastewater plants, implementation still unclear


The implementation of water quality criteria that defines new nutrient limits for Mississippi's wastewater treatment plants is a reality, but it's going to take longer than expected.

WGK helps clear path for new industry


WGK, Inc. works with the City of Brookhaven to help land a major new industry with at least 30 new jobs and $7 million in investments.

WGK VIDEO: Morton Wastewater Treatment Plant Energy Efficiency Improvements

WGK, Inc. Principal Greg Gearhart, PE, BCEE explains the recent SRF Energy Efficiency Improvements made the Morton Wastewater Treatment Plant, improvements that ultimately saved more money than they cost.