Updates

  • State of Michigan offering $100,000 Sewer, Water, and Road Grants

    The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) is offering grants up to $100,000 to help qualifying rural communities fund local sewer, water, and road projects. The application deadline is January 16, 2018. Last year’s recipient projects include: City of Munising, M–28 to Foster Street Project, $150,000 Houghton County, Houghton County Airpark Sewer System, […]

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  • City of Montague Takes Action to Save Local Road

    As Dowling Street leaves downtown Montague, it climbs a steep hill. The hill’s foundation is mostly sand, and an old retaining wall and vegetation rooted on its side slope kept it from sliding away. Over the last several years, the hill’s side slope eroded and slumped, threatening to take the sidewalk and part of the […]

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  • Walker Pedestrian Tunnel at M-45 wins ITE Award

    Congratulations to the City of Walker and our P&N project team on the success of the Fred Meijer Standale Trail Pedestrian Tunnel at M–45 project. The project won the 2017 Transportation Achievement Award from the Michigan Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE). This award recognizes excellence in the advancement of transportation to meet human needs. The […]

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  • Prein&Newhof chosen for PSMJ 2017 Circle of Excellence

    Prein&Newhof is pleased to announce that PSMJ Resources, Inc. selected our company as a 2017 Circle of Excellence member. This is our fourth consecutive year receiving this recognition. PSMJ Resources, Inc. is a leading management consulting firm for the architecture and engineering industries. Each year it conducts a financial performance benchmark survey of firms, recognizing the top […]

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  • Peacy and Williams earn PE License

    Prein&Newhof is proud to announce that Alyson (Flood) Peacy and Nathan Williams recently earned their Professional Engineer (PE) licenses in the state of Michigan. Peacy passed the PE Environmental exam. Williams passed the PE Civil exam. To earn the PE license in the state of Michigan, individuals must earn a four–year college degree, pass the Fundamentals of Engineering […]

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  • Cadillac City Manager wins prestigious MML Award

    The Michigan Municipal League (MML) presented Cadillac’s City Manager Marcus Peccia with its Community Builder Award at the MML Spring meeting in Lansing. Peccia was honored for his leadership in developing Cadillac Commons, an innovative placemaking project in downtown Cadillac. Cadillac Commons includes the Rotary Pavilion, The Plaza, City Park, and soon will be home to a Farmer’s […]

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  • Great Lakes Fishery Trust accepting proposals for Habitat Protection & Restoration

    The Great Lakes Fishery Trust (GLFT) is now accepting proposals for the Habitat Protection and Restoration grant program. There is up to $500,000 available  for 2017. This Request For Proposals (RFP) is for: Protection, enhancement, and/or restoration of valuable Great Lakes fisheries habitat that supports the rehabilitation of lake trout, lake sturgeon, or other important Great Lakes […]

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  • 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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