W & W in the News

Williams & Works is instrumental in bringing new wastewater biological treatment technology to the U.S. as described in the article, "German-made Anaerobic Digester to Debut in Lowell"

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

Williams & Works is working to revitalize the Southtown neighborhood in Grand Rapids.

W&W's own Lynee Wells, AICP, is helping to build a better block in Grand Rapids

Williams & Works is working on a Master Plan update in Mason County.

Williams & Works was part of the consultant team that presented a new Farmers' Market Master Plan to the City of Kalamazoo.

Williams & Works is assisting the City of Norton Shores with the construction of bike lanes.


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Resources and Publications

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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.

Kilpatrick, J., Dienes, S and Frankland, C. Service Consolidation in Michigan. Presented at the 2010 Michigan Association of Planning Annual Conference. October 2010.


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