Back by popular demand, Allen Gelderloos and Tom Sikorski, supervisor of the Sturgis Wastewater Water Treatment Plant, will be featured speakers Wednesday at the Michigan Water Environment Association’s Asset Management Seminar in East Lansing. The 10:55 a.m. seminar at the Eagle Eye Banquet Center is a repeat of the “City of Sturgis AMP: Integrating 20 Years of Maintenance History into an Asset Management Program” presentation the two made for the MWEA earlier this year.
F&V will make its presence known at three other May Conferences.
Elaine Venema and Bob Wilcox will be speaking at the MWEA Lagoon Seminar May 9 at the Eagle Banquet Center in East Lansing. Elaine’s 1 p.m. topic is “Lagoon and High Strength Waste – Did Someone Say Craft Beer?” Bob will present a case study “Quincy Lagoon Improvements,” with Jason Laney, Quincy Village’s utilities manager, at 8:40 a.m. and Bob will be part of the “News from the Field,” seminar at 11:40 a.m. F&V will also have a booth at the daylong event.
Six staffers – Paul Galdes, Jennifer Chehab, Mike Labadie, Don DeVries, Bruce Pindzia and David Bluhm – will be attending the Michigan Infrastructure Conference on May 18 at the Amway Grand Hotel in Grand Rapids.
Jennifer Chehab and Dan Cabage will be attending the APWA Michigan Chapter Great Lakes Expo, May 23-25, at the Grand Traverse Resort & Spa in Acme. F&V is a sponsor of the event and will have a booth at the Expo. At the APWA awards ceremony on May 25, the City of Big Rapids will be honored for its “Industrial Park Infrastructure Improvements” project. F&V provided design and construction engineering services for the Project of the Year.