The City of Oconomowoc reconstruction of 2,500 lineal feet of Allen Road. Wetlands and several culverts directing runoff to the Oconomowoc River were adjacent to the project site. Ruekert & Mielke, Inc. (R/M) incorporated a grasslined swale behind the curb and gutter system to allow for treatment and infiltration of the runoff prior to reaching the wetlands and conveyance systems leading to the Oconomowoc River.
The Village of Dousman recently constructed a storm water biofiltration device as part of the Main Street Reconstruction Project. Due to the elevation differences between the gravity storm sewer and the proposed biofiltration treatment area, Ruekert & Mielke, Inc. (R/M) and the Village developed a unique design to intercept and treat smaller storm events.
Glendale Drive in the City of New Berlin was a rural cross section street with insufficient drainage that often flooded in a five to ten year storm. The design solution included upgrading the road from a rural to urban section, but also handling a large amount of storm water flow that entered the project site from three distinct points.
Ruekert & Mielke, Inc. (R/M) was selected as part of the design team for the new orthopedic hospital facility for the UW Hospital and Clinics located on the east side of Madison in The American Center.The project site is 41.50 acres in size and includes a 494,000 square foot building, central utility plant, loading dock, and parking ramp. The site also has approximately 1,100 parking stalls.
R/M provided planning, design, and construction engineering services for the aeration system upgrade. Through this project, the aeration blowers were replaced, the underground air piping was replaced with above-ground piping with continuously welded joints, and the aeration basin diffusers were replaced with a more efficient type.
The Village of Dousman desired to update the area along Main Street to revitalize the downtown and positively influence the business climate. The aging and failing pavement and underground infrastructure pushed the Village into moving forward with this project.
The City of Kenosha has an aged storm sewer system with multiple improvements. However, they had no way to quantify those improvements as part of their MS4 Permit. Ruekert & Mielke, Inc. (R/M) was retained to perform a comprehensive City-wide storm water study for both water quantity and water quality. Additionally, R/M is providing the analysis in conjunction with a GIS interface.
Ruekert & Mielke, Inc. (R/M) supervised the reconstruction of portions of South Street, Third Street and South Main Street in the City of Oconomowoc. The project involved rehabilitation of the sanitary sewers and water mains, as well as a complete reconstruction of the urban crosssection streets, including storm sewer, curb and gutter, decorative street lighting, and brick paved terraces and cross walks.