America’s school districts are on a mission to modernize, and that’s creating a lot of opportunity for engineering firms with this niche expertise – like MKEC – to create a lasting impact on our children and our future. Large school bond issues are not only one of our specialty areas – they’re also among our favorite projects.
What if you could use sewer water – after it is cleaned but before it flows – to not only conserve water but also provide a major user with a more efficient supply source? In keeping with their tradition of pioneering innovation, the City of Wichita in conjunction with Spirit AeroSystems, a global leader in aerospace manufacturing, is doing just that. True to form for MKEC, we were eager to support this forward-thinking, difference-making water recycling project.
The small town of Victoria, Kansas, located just south of I-70 in Ellis County, and the surrounding rural areas were in need of a new electrical substation to continue providing reliable electric service to the area.