The 2018 IWEA (Indiana Water Environment Association) Annual Conference brought 73 technical presentations, 124 partnering vendors, and over 1,000 attendees to the Westin Hotel in downtown Indianapolis, providing three days of opportunities for learning and networking.
United’s Water and Wastewater Department Manager, Keith Bryant, PE, was among the technical presenters as he co-presented a session with Nara Manor, Superintendent for the City of Anderson Water Pollution Control Facility, for the Greensbranch Sewer Rehabilitation Project.
In step with Developing the Next Generation, the theme for this year’s 81st annual conference, the presentation for the Greensbranch Sewer project was entitled Making an Old Sewer New Again. United’s involvement with the project included survey, replacement and rehabilitation alternative evaluation, design, bid phase assistance, public outreach and meetings, construction administration, and periodic construction inspection. Click for project details.
Since 1965, United Consulting has focused on building strong relationships and delivering quality professional services for communities all across Indiana.
On August 13, we moved our operations to a new office on the north side of Indianapolis.
Due to the continued growth within the company, it was necessary for us to relocate to an area that can grow and expand with our increased client needs. We look forward to providing the same great service to you from a new and upgraded office location.
Our new address is:
8440 Allison Pointe Blvd
Indianapolis, IN 46250
April 13th delivered clear, sunny skies and a perfect day for the I-65 SE Indiana Groundbreaking Ceremony. The ceremony, officiated by Governor Eric Holcomb and INDOT Commissioner Joe McGuinness, kicked-off the 2018 construction season. Among the dignitaries and businessmen, E&B Paving’s Little Jake was front and center with shovel in hand as the ceremonial dirt began to fly.
The I-65 SE Indiana project is a $143 million Best Value Design Build which reconstructs and adds a travel lane to the interstate from US 50 to SR 58.
The E&B Paving / United Team was selected as the Preferred Proposer last May after going through a rigorous submittal process and proposing a solid, well thought-out plan that exceeded INDOT’s scoring criteria, providing several added-value elements to the project scope — one of which shortens the proposed project schedule by 44 days.
Congratulations to INDOT, the city of Fishers, and Hamilton County on the honor of being selected by the Indiana Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) as the Project of the Year 2017 for the New Interchange at I-69 and 106th Street project! The interchange is one of the first oval interchanges built in the United States and the ONLY ONE built over an interstate.
The Project of the Year Award is presented for the most outstanding or unique project built in Indiana and completed during the past year. Representatives from INDOT, the city of Fishers, Hamilton County, United, Corradino Group, and Walsh Construction Company (pictured above with 2018 ASCE President Robin Kemper) accepted the award at the Annual Meeting of ASCE during a luncheon. Prior to receiving the award, Project Manager Jeromy Richardson, PE and Lead Engineer Bill Curtis, PE gave a presentation showcasing the highlights of the New Interchange at I-69 and 106th Street project.
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“Today, we honor Indiana businesses that have withstood the test of time, helping to drive Indiana’s economy forward. I am thrilled to celebrate this year’s honorees and their integral role in building one of the nation’s best business climates. Together, I’m confident we will continue to take Indiana to the next level, ensuring Indiana is the best place to start a business, grow a business and get a job.”
Governor Eric J. Holcomb
United Consulting was among 34 Indiana companies that were celebrated during a ceremony at the Statehouse to honor Indiana businesses that continue to stand up to daily challenges and give back to the community as a productive economic source.
To qualify for a Half Century Award, companies must demonstrate they are in full compliance with the Secretary of State, Department of Revenue, and the Department of Workforce Development and have been in operation for 50 to 99 continuous years.