HMB has successfully completed numerous water and wastewater treatment plant projects in Kentucky and southern Indiana. These projects encompass a wide range of facilities, from 2000 gallons per day (GPD) to 10 million gallons per day (MGD) plants, including facility rehabilitation, upgrades, expansions, as well as the design and construction of new facilities.
Our team develops studies on population growth, long-term economic trends, and other conventional planning measures. This planning process enables a comprehensive understanding of a community’s specific requirements for water, wastewater, stormwater, construction administration, and development services.
We assist clients in meeting new and increasing demands by designing treatment systems, distribution systems, and storage facilities that ensure the provision of clean and safe drinking water. The design team considers essential features such as pressures, flows, and storage to ensure that public safety comes first. HMB also designs sewer collection systems and aids communities in adopting more efficient treatment methods. Forward-thinking wastewater systems design can also foster economic development potential within an area. Municipalities also encounter stormwater issues that can hinder growth. HMB has expertise in collaborating with cities and other organizations to deliver cost-effective, long-term solutions for municipal storm sewer projects, addressing associated problems effectively.
Other services offered include:
- Preliminary Engineering Reports
- Utility Rate Studies
- Pumping Facilities/Pumping Stations
- Storage Tank Improvements
- Distribution/Collection System Upgrades
- Wastewater Gravity Collections
- Facility Planning and Expansion/Improvements
- I&I Elimination
- CSO/Wet Weather Abatement