January 2017

  • Federal Loan Options Available for Water Infrastructure Projects

    Do you need to borrow $20 million or more for a drinking water, wastewater, or water supply project? You may be eligible to receive credit assistance for your next project through the Environmental Protection Agency’s new Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) program. WIFIA is expected to help support approximately $2 billion in total infrastructure investment. Resources […]

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  • Senator MacGregor, Representative Afendoulis meet with P&N Asset Management team

    State of Michigan Senator Peter MacGregor (pictured right) and State Representative Chris Afendoulis (pictured middle) met with key Prein&Newhof engineers and GIS professionals for 90 minutes on Monday, January 16 to review how West Michigan communities are investing their SAW (Stormwater, Asset Management, and Wastewater) grants. MDEQ’s $450 million SAW asset management planning grant program just awarded its fourth round of […]

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  • Funding Opportunity for Fluoride Equipment Projects

    Are you or someone you know looking to replace, upgrade, or install fluoridation equipment? If so, there is an opportunity to team up with a national association and a federal agency to assist with your project. The National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have collaborated […]

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  • City of Rockford’s wastewater system evaluation predicts significant savings

    The Rockford Squire recently published an article discussing Prein&Newhof’s partnership with the City of Rockford to evaluate its stormwater and wastewater systems. The City was awarded nearly $850,000 through the MDEQ’s SAW (Stormwater, Asset Management, and Wastewater) Program. This has enabled Prein&Newhof to collect and analyze data on the condition of Rockford’s stormwater and wastewater systems. With the resulting […]

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  • Grants available for Green Stormwater Infrastructure

    Up to $7.8 million expected to be awarded in 2017 The Sustain Our Great Lakes (SOGL) program is accepting proposals for projects that improve habitat and water quality in the Great Lakes basin using green stormwater infrastructure. Eligible applicants include non–profit organizations, educational institutions, and state, tribal, and local governments. There are three categories being awarded […]

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