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A Message From

ROBERT F. RENNEBAUM, PE, LEED™ AP

President

Latest News

  • SIMMONS & WHITE, INC. TO PROVIDE TRAFFIC ENGINEERING SERVICES ON AN ANNUAL BASIS FOR TOWN OF LOXAHATCHEE GROVES

    Signal Design Annual Contract Award

    Palm Beach County, FL, May 20, 2013 - Simmons & White, Inc. has been selected to provide traffic engineering services on an annual services basis for the Town of Loxahatchee Groves for the next three (3) years.

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  • Rob Rennebaum is Interviewed About Workplace Relationships

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  • Simmons & White Inc. earns a spot on Public Works Magazine's Top AEC Firms of 2012

    Each year Public Works Magazine names the top 50 architecture, engineering and construction firms involved in public works projects in the U.S. While government spending on infrastructure was down slightly in 2011, Simmons & White completed 20 public works projects that year.

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Recent Projects

rivergate-publix

Port St. Lucie Wastewater Pump Station #SP-25 Rehabilitation
At Rivergate Publix

City of Port St. Lucie, Florida

Performance Period: 2008 - Current
Services:
Wastewater pump station analysis and construction plan preparation to rehabilitate and upgrade existing Port St. Lucie Utility Systems Wastewater Pump Station #SP-25

DESCRIPTION
The Port St. Lucie Utility Systems Municipal Wastewater Pump Station #SP-25 was impacted by the redevelopment of the Rivergate Publix Plaza.  A study of the performance of the existing lift station was required including coordination with Port St. Lucie Utility Systems Department Staff to review, collect necessary data and model the performance of the existing lift station SP-25 under future build-out conditions.  The analysis of the system involved extensive coordination with Utility Staff to determine current wastewater flows from all on-site users from offsite customers and also modeling of +/- 3200 LF of force main piping network.  Modeling of existing lift station SP-25 also considered several different pipe diameters, current and anticipated build-out flows, several different tie-in pressure conditions and off-site additional flows from nearby municipal lift station SP-13.  Permits were obtained from the City of Port St. Lucie Utility Systems Department to rehabilitate and upgrade the existing station in accordance with anticipated build-out flows.  The project is currently being constructed.

Polls

Which political party will have the most positive influence on land development in Florida over the next two years?

Democrat - 25%
Republican - 62.5%
Independent - 12.5%
Politics have little to no affect - 0%

Total votes: 16
The voting for this poll has ended on: 08 Apr 2014 - 05:47

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