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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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 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 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.
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.