W & W in the News

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Williams & Works is working to improve Grand Rapids neighborhood parks.

Lynee Wells, AICP is one of Grand Rapids Business Journal's 2014 "40 Under 40" honorees.

Williams & Works has been working with WMEAC and Grand Valley State University to promote water trails in West Michigan.

Williams & Works will be working with the City of Belding on the engineering and design of a 2.2 mile rail trail.


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Resources and Publications

Williams, S.E. Oxygen Transfer - Rotating Biological Contactors June 2014.

Water and Biofuels: Implications for Michigan [PDF] Written and presented by Brandon Mieras, P.E. and Steven Williams, P.E. at the Michigan Water Environment Association, 84th Annual Conference in June 2009.

Wells, L. Retrofitting Suburbia through Corridor Improvement Districts. Published in The Review, the official magazine of the Michigan Municipal League. July/August 2012.

Williams, S.E. Energy usage comparison between activated sludge treatment and rotating biological contactor treatment of
municipal wastewater.
[PDF] May 2012.

Williams, S.E. Reconsidering Rotating Biological Contactors. January 2011.

Energy Recovery with Digester Gas Utilization. [PDF 1.6 MB] Presented by Jeff Pugh, PE, at the MWEA Process Seminar in East Lansing, MI, December 8, 2010.


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