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Milk River Board of Directors visits Blossom Heath Activity Pier

Posted on August 31, 2023

Milk River Board (from left) Russ Strassburg, Tetratech, Greg Tupancy, Tetratech, Kip Walby, SEMSD, Kyle Seidel, AEW, Michael Gregg, Michigan Department of Agriculture & Rural Development, Heather Toutant, Harper Woods DPW Director, and Bryan Babcock, St. Clair Shores DPW Director

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AEW Project Manager Mike Smith Kicks for a Cause

Posted on June 30, 2023

AEW Project Manager Mike Smith (2nd row, far right) participated on the Springfield Township Team at the 2nd Annual “Kicking for a Cause” Kickball Tournament held at the Friendship Park in Lake Orion on Sunday, June 25th. Mike shared that after their team had some ups and downs they rallied and made it to the […]

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Congratulations to Leadership Macomb’s Class of XXV Graduate, Ross Wilberding, PE

Posted on June 26, 2023

Ross Wilberding, PE AEW Project Manager Ross Wilberding graduated on June 7 from Leadership Macomb’s 2022 – 2023 Core Program at a commencement event held at Shelby Gardens in Shelby Township. Leadership Macomb (LM) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to bring together professionals from diverse backgrounds and disciplines and provide them with detailed […]

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Shelby Township Library receives ACEC Award

Posted on April 19, 2023

AEW is honored to receive award The American Council of Engineering Companies of Michigan (ACEC) held their annual “Engineering & Surveying Excellence Awards” ceremony at the Frederik Meijer Gardens in Grand Rapids on Saturday, March 11, and our AEW team was honored to receive an “Engineering Honorable Conceptor Award” for our work on Shelby Township’s […]

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AEW Sponsors and Volunteers at the 13th Annual Shelby Township Jingle Bell Run

Posted on December 22, 2022

AEW team members once-again staffed the traffic control and parking lot detail for the “Jingle Bell Run” on the cold, wintry morning of December 18. The event was held at Shelby Township’s River Bends Park, and headquartered at the park’s  Burgess-Shadbush Nature Center. Volunteers included Wayne Oehmke, Randy Smith, Anthony Kowalchick, Mike Behunin, Jason Arlow, […]

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Historical Marker Unveiling

Posted on June 23, 2022

A team of dedicated volunteers, including AEW GIS Specialist and Historian Anthony Kowalchick, worked for the past six years with the Michigan Historical Center to achieve the new marker that serves to preserve the history and generosity of Elizabeth and Allan Shelden II, and their Green Hill Farm, now a significant portion of Stony Creek […]

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Exciting Times at AEW

Posted on June 23, 2022

The people who make up Team AEW are as busy, or busier than they’ve ever been, and our staff continues to grow as our services increase for our municipal, institutional, and private clients. We’re honored to support each of our valued clients, including our more than 35 municipalities, as they continue to invest in their […]

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Michael Behunin has been promoted to Construction Services Lead

Posted on June 2, 2022

Anderson, Eckstein & Westrick, Inc. is pleased to announce that Michael Behunin has been promoted to the position of Construction Services Lead. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management and has over 40 years of experience that includes inspection, contract administration, project management of water and wastewater infrastructure. Notable past projects include the New […]

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Paul Guinnane Earns His S-2 Operator Certification

Posted on December 23, 2021

Paul Guinnane, PE, an AEW Senior Project Engineer, has earned EGLE’s S-2 Waterworks System Operator Certification. The certification entitles Paul to act as an “Operator in Charge (OIC)” of a community Water Supply for communities with populations of 4,000 – 20,000 residents. He also was recertified as a D-3 Operator, which allows for “Limited Treatment […]

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Shelby Township Police Station Expansion and Renovation

Posted on February 2, 2021

The former Police Station was housed in the lower level of the Township’s Municipal Building, and in 2010 the Township began constructing a new facility to better meet the needs of their rapidly growing community. With a recent recession impacting available funding, the Township was unable to fund some of the items that weren’t needed […]

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