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HDR Earns Two AAEES Excellence in Environmental Engineering and Science Awards for Nebraska Projects

The RiverFront Revitalization
The RiverFront Revitalization
The RiverFront Revitalization
The RiverFront Revitalization
South Sioux City Wastewater Treatment Plant
South Sioux City Wastewater Treatment Plant
South Sioux City Wastewater Treatment Plant
South Sioux City Wastewater Treatment Plant
OMAHA, NE — Two HDR projects in Nebraska received 2024 Excellence in Environmental Engineering and Science Awards from the American Academy of Environmental Engineering & Scientists.

The E3S Awards Competition recognizes the best of today’s environmental engineering and science. The criteria used to award these projects include a holistic perspective, innovation, proven performance and customer satisfaction, and contribution to an improved quality of life and economic efficiency.

The RiverFront Revitalization, Omaha: Grand Prize, Environmental Sustainability
The Omaha RiverFront Revitalization Project is designed to revive 72 acres of urban parkland along the Missouri River and includes the transformation of three underutilized parks into new local and regional destinations: Gene Leahy Mall, Heartland of America, and Lewis and Clark Landing. The RiverFront Revitalization will make the river more accessible to the community while also providing outdoor spaces and fostering connections within the city.
South Sioux City Wastewater Treatment Plant: Grand Prize, Industrial Waste Practice
In late 2019, South Sioux City chose to build its own new wastewater treatment facility. After completing a feasibility study to determine treatment options, a greenfield plant with covered anaerobic lagoons was built followed by aerobic granular sludge. This first-of-its-kind treatment approach in Nebraska and one of the few in the U.S. is economical and energy-efficient. The new facility is flexible and scalable, offering options for future nutrient removal, planned integration, and future industrial growth.
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