Greeley and Hansen is a leader in developing innovative engineering, architecture, and management solutions for a wide array of complex water, wastewater, and related infrastructure challenges. Headquartered in Chicago, the firm has built upon over 100 years of proven civil and environmental engineering experience in all phases of project development and implementation to become a premier global provider of comprehensive services in the water sector.
Since 1914, our sole business focus has been to work in close partnership with water and wastewater utilities to deliver innovative project solutions to meet the needs of the communities these utilities serve. Our professionals collaborate with our client utility partners in Chicago and across the globe to design better urban environments that improve public health, safety, and the overall quality of life for area residents.
Over the years, we’ve worked in partnership with the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRDGC), our first client, and the City of Chicago Department of Water Management on major design projects for the largest wastewater and water treatment facilities in the world – the Stickney Water Reclamation Plant and the Jardine Water Purification Plant. More recently, we completed the design of the largest ultraviolet wastewater disinfection system in the country for the MWRDGC.
The firm also encourages and supports a culture of involvement in professional associations and research forums, where many of our staff members have participated in joint efforts with industry thought leaders for the continuous improvement of technology, practices, and processes in an evolving industry.
With Greeley and Hansen’s long history of collaborating with client partners and industry organizations to advance the use of innovative technologies within the water industry, our firm is strongly aligned with the vision of Current. We are committed to working together with the City of Chicago, MWRDGC, and Current’s other innovation partners to promote applied research and innovative water-related businesses in Chicago, and to help advance ongoing efforts in Chicago to move ahead as a Utility of the Future.
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