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The Willett, Hofmann & Associates, Inc. Architectural Department is qualified to provide a wide range…

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Civil Site Design

Willett, Hofmann & Associates, Inc. Civil Site Engineering staff are experienced in and capable of…

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Land Surveying

The Willett, Hofmann & Associates, Inc. Land Surveying Department provides ALTA/ACSM surveys, boundary and property…

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Structural Engineering

With four licensed Structural Engineers on staff, and the support of an experienced technical staff,…

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Transportation Engineering

The Willett, Hofmann & Associates, Inc. Transportation Department provides engineering services for design, construction and…

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Water & Wastewater Engineering

Today’s increasing drinking water and water quality standards require investment in education and technology and…

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Nicam Construction was hard at work early this morning pouring a portion of the topping slab as part of the repairs to the Security First Title Company Parking Deck in Freeport. #WHA #Working #FreeportIL ... See MoreSee Less

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Update! Construction work has started on the City of Rochelle, Illinois - City Hall Treatment Plant for Well No. 12. Larson & Larson started construction on the water treatment plant building foundation. The water treatment plant includes a 1,300 gpm pressure filter and the pre-filter addition of hydrous manganese oxide to remove the radium from the raw water and a 2,300 square foot building to house the filter, chemical feed equipment, filter controls and a lab area. N-Trak Group, Inc. has also started construction of the sanitary sewer extension to serve the Well #12 water treatment plant. The sanitary sewer extension includes the construction of 3,900 feet of 10” and 21” diameter sanitary sewer. The water system improvements are being funded with an IEPA Public Water Supply Revolving Fund Loan and the City obtained a $1,500,000 in principal forgiveness and a low interest 20 year loan through the IEPA loan program. #RochelleIL #UnderTheGround ... See MoreSee Less

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