Project Team

Project Owner: City of Hobart

The City of Hobart is located in Lake County, Indiana, United States. With a population of 29,059 according the 2010 census the City’s has seen recent growth in commercial, business, medical, and light industrial uses.

The Hobart Sanitary Improvements project is led by the Hobart Sanitary and Stormwater Management District. It is the mission of the Hobart Sanitary and Stormwater Management districts to protect and manage our city’s water resources for all our people and for those yet to come.

Project Designer: Butler, Fairman & Seufert, Inc.

Butler Fairman & Seufert (BF&S) has provided a wide range of Civil Engineering expertise and services since 1961. Our leadership in providing Guaranteed Savings Contract (GSC) assistance to communities throughout Indiana began in 2006 when the law governing the process was expanded to include municipalities and boards that operate municipal water and wastewater utilities. BF&S has worked with numerous Communities and Contractors to implement GSC projects ranging from $250,000 to $42 million. We have assisted in improving water treatment plants and wastewater treatment; administered contracts to renovate public facilities such as town halls, fire stations, and 911 dispatch centers; and have helped reduce infiltration, inflow, and CSO overflows; all utilizing the GSC method. Our success has been achieved through the knowledge and experience of our staff of over 150 Professional Engineers, Surveyors, Landscape Architects, and technical support staff. Although contracting methods have changed, our mission remains the same: Providing Civil Engineering Solutions for Better Communities.

Contractor: Kokosing Industrial

Kokosing is one of the largest family-owned construction companies in the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic. Known for unwavering integrity and exceptional safety and quality, Kokosing companies provide extensive resources for our customers. Kokosing’s primary business lines include industrial, transportation, pipelines, water and wastewater, marine and renewable energy. Additionally, Kokosing owns construction material supply companies.

Contractor: Grimmer Construction Inc.

Grimmer Construction, Inc. is a premier site-work and civil contractor for underground utility installation (sanitary sewer, storm sewer, and water main), excavation and earthwork, site development, and road construction. Their other specialty work includes box culverts, lift stations, wetland mitigation, and industrial infrastructure improvements.

Project Construction Contact

Brandon Towle