Ribbon Cutting Officially Opens Washington Township Fire Station #3

Posted on July 7, 2021

Attendees included Chief Bryan Tyrell, on the scissors, Supervisor Sam Previti, and at the right, the Township’s first full-time Fire Chief, Gerald Alward, who served as a chief for 25+ years. Township officials selected this 1.2-acre site to better serve their growing township and nearby Stony Creek Metropark visitors on the township’s west side. The […]

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It’s Not a Toy

Posted on June 16, 2021

It was Christmas of 2015. In the midst of hanging garland and ornaments, my sister called. “Can you look into drones? I’d like to get one for Dad, but I don’t know anything about them” she said. Being her brother, and possibly being the name she’d drawn for the sibling gift exchange, I was more […]

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Simplifying Sidewalk Programs with GIS

Posted on June 10, 2021

It was Easter Sunday of 1984. The Detroit Tigers were on their way to a historic 35-5 start, and my dad surprised me with a Kmart blue light special Huffy bicycle, the Superman version if I remember correctly. Out to the front yard we went, both of us eager to accomplish this rite of passage. […]

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AEW Proudly Welcomes Bruce Township As a New Municipal Client

Posted on June 3, 2021

At their May 19th meeting, the Bruce Township Board of Trustees awarded a contract to AEW to assist with Township Engineering responsibilities and to provide the Township with professional services as required by Charter and Ordinances. We are excited for the opportunity to serve Bruce Township and our past experience, 1983 – 2010, working with […]

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AEW Partners with Clinton Twp. on New Grease Trap Inspection Service

Posted on May 28, 2021

In a first for AEW, the firm is implementing a new grease trap inspection service for restaurant and commercial food service facilities in Clinton Township. The Township enacted the inspection service several years ago to ensure the public sewer system works at its full capacity and to maximize long-term viability of the collection system. Scott […]

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Ribbon Cutting Officially Opens the New Bridge at Lake Front Park

Posted on April 26, 2021

AEW Engineer Ross Wilberding, Dan Salkowski and Graham Korneffel, of contractor EC Korneffel Co., Council Members Thomas Vaughn and Angela Coletti Brown, Mayor Art Bryant, Mayor Pro Tem Victoria Granger, Council Members Todd McConaghy and Michael Koester, City Administrator Bruce Smith, Director of Public Services Frank Schulte, Parks & Rec Supervisor Nicole Gerhart, and AEW […]

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New PRV’s Installed in Fraser

Posted on April 23, 2021

One of the three new Pressure Reducing Valves being installed in Fraser. The City of Fraser has historically experienced fluctuating, and often excessive pressures from the City’s water provider, the Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA), and AEW has partnered with the City to install three Pressure Reducing Valves (PRV) to help resolve this long-standing problem. […]

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Progress Being Made on Clinton Twp. Path & Bridge Project

Posted on April 23, 2021

Construction equipment is working both topside and at the Clinton River bank. Work is progressing on an important shared-use pathway and bridge project that will serve to provide improved safety and accessibility for pedestrians and bicyclists on the south side of Cass Avenue, between Clinton River Road and Moravian Drive. The approximately one mile project […]

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AEW’s Contributions to Detroit’s Continuing Revitalization

Posted on March 30, 2021

The Corner The Corner mixed-use development, at the corner of Michigan and Trumbull, on the site of the former Tiger Stadium, and the UAW’s Solidarity House on East Jefferson, are both great examples of the resurgence taking place in many areas of the City of Detroit, and AEW is proud to have participated in both […]

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Team AEW Supports 11th Annual Jingle Bell Run 2021

Posted on March 23, 2021

This year’s 5K “Jingle Bell Run” was held on Sunday, March 21 at Riverbends Park in Shelby Township with almost 400 runners and walkers participating. The charitable fund-raising event was again hosted by Founder and Race Director Michael Ward, and his team of volunteers. The race was postponed from last December due to the Covid […]

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AEW Honored with “Surveying Merit Award” by ACEC MI

Posted on March 19, 2021

AEW’s UAW Solidarity House Project Team: Gordon Wilson, PE, Project Manager; Brandy Chirco, Graduate Architect; Wayne Oehmke; Jason Arlow, AIA; Craig Amey, PS; Kevin Zauel, PE; Krysten Hergert; and Mike Truax, PS, with the Project Panel. Not pictured: Carl LaGodna, Team Leader, and Aaron Carpenter, EA II. The American Council of Engineering Companies/Michigan (ACEC/M) recently […]

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The Mystery of the Missing Water

Posted on February 26, 2021

In early august, the City of Roseville detected an anomaly in their water consumption. On August 6, 2020 there appeared to be a significant increase in the City’s flow rate. The below graph illustrates how the City’s daily pattern of water consumption shifted upwards by approximately 1.5 million gallons per day (MGD). For perspective, the […]

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