Success Stories

AdEdge Arsenic Removal Equipment.

The City of Stromsburg’s water source contained high levels of arsenic that exceeded the minimum requirement mandated by the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) and needed to be brought back into compliance.  Serving over 1,232 residents, the City also needed to replace deteriorated and undersized wat

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New Water Treatment Plant.

How would you feel if your Village needed to provide clean and safe drinking water to its 284 residential and 31 non-residential water connections; and you didn’t know where or  how to correct the problem?

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A new steel building as an addition to Historical Society Museum.

The Pennsylvania Colony Historical Society needed to construct a building at their museum site in Dawson, Nebraska to store and display artifacts of the Pennsylvania Dutch population that migrated to Nebraska.  The house that was used for the museum was small and although they do have some displa

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New Classroom.

Little Priest Tribal College in Winnebago, Nebraska, is experiencing continued growth in student enrollment which stands at 768 students for all campuses.  This is a 40% increase and is expected to continue as the college pursues a robust recruiting and public relations campaign.

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Feather River Marketing signage.  Photo taken by Geno Bonomo, FRV, LLC.

Feather River Vineyard near North Platte was looking for an opportunity to increase an awareness of its product offerings through expansion of on-site sales and off-premises sales to the larger metro areas of Nebraska (Grand Island, Kearney, Hastings, Lincoln and Omaha).

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new lagoon system

The Village of Creston was being served by a sewer system which had a two-cell waste stabilization lagoon system in 1969.  The existing lagoon system lacked sufficient storage capacity and the discharge lines were leaking.  Additionally, the lagoons were constructed in the 100 year flood plain an

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group photo of people cutting ceremonial ribbon

The Rural Development staff in Kentucky often have the privilege of breaking ground on projects such as water and sewer infrastructure, business development, housing and community-based projects.

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49.725 kW Solar Array at White Farms in  Carroll County, TN

White Farms, a family-owned general partnership that operates a grain farming business in rural Carroll County of McKenzie, Tenn., was interested in producing electricity from solar as a renewable energy source for its farming operation.

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The newly constructed water treatment facility.

The Village of Bellwood’s water storage facility  was constructed in 1984 and was in dire need of updates. The previous water, and the water distribution system  is thought to have been  constructed around 1940.

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