Wheaton, IL (August 6, 2014) – RJN Group, Inc. (RJN), a consulting civil engineering firm, welcomes Michael Henderson as Senior Project Manager to its Central U.S. Operations.
Wheaton, IL (August 4, 2014) – Next month, RJN Group, Inc. (RJN) is set to conclude a flow monitoring study for the City of Memphis, Tennessee.
Wheaton, IL (July 29, 2014) – The City of McKinney, Texas (located 32 miles northeast of Dallas) has undergone flow monitoring and is experiencing wet-weather peaking factors in some sanitary sewer basins.
Wheaton, IL (July 14, 2014) – To assist with the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District’s (MSD) Capital Improvement and Replacement Program and their Consent Decree, RJN Group, Inc. (RJN) joins a “hybrid” team of MSD staff and vendors to provide comprehensive sewer system planning.
Wheaton, IL (June 4, 2014) – In order to promote the sustained growth of RJN Group, Inc. (RJN), a national civil engineering firm based in Wheaton, IL, the firm has undergone a change in Senior Management structure.
Lake County, Illinois has been experiencing inflow/infiltration (I/I) in its sanitary sewer system during wet weather events. High rates of I/I can lead to sewerage backup and manhole overflows. RJN Group, Inc. (RJN) is currently working for the County to figure out which communities in the northwest region being served by the County are experiencing the worst I/I problems.
Wheaton, IL (April 22, 2014) – RJN Group, Inc. (RJN), provider of civil engineering consulting services for distribution and collection systems, has hired Shannon Jones, P.E. as a Senior Project Manager and Clay Thompson as a Client Manager in its Fayetteville, Arkansas office. RJN has maintained offices in the Northwest Region of Arkansas since 1992, and the addition to the RJN team marks significant growth in services that RJN can offer in the region.
Wheaton, IL (April 17, 2014) – The Urbana & Champaign Sanitary District in Illinois will now better understand the wet-weather flow conditions in three aging interceptors, as well as, in one relief sewer by identifying what flows are coming from their upstream tributary sewer basins.