About HERWIT

HERWIT Engineering
About HERWIT
Our Mission
Why Herwit?
Aeration Design
Pump Stations
Solids Handling
Active Solar Drying
Cogeneration
Energy Savings
Construction Managemnt
Presentations
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HERWIT ENGINEERING was formed in 1999 by its partners Kurt Gardner, P.E., civil sanitary engineer and Gregory Harris, P.E., mechanical engineer.  Together they have over 30 years of experience in planning, permitting, designing, and constructing water and wastewater treatment plants and conveyance systems.  

HERWIT ENGINEERING plans and designs water and wastewater treatment plants and pump stations of all sizes with a specialty in mechanically intensive systems. HERWIT provides services for all elements necessary to develop projects from ground zero through operations and completion of construction. These services include: overall project management, initial site assessment and selection, management of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) permitting, negotiation and preparation of National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) discharge permits, preparing other permits and Army Corps of Engineers permits, Department of Fish and Game stream bed alteration permits, development of pre-design reports and preliminary cost estimates, final design of all mechanical, electrical and civil facilities, bidding support services, construction management, engineering support services during construction, and startup and operations assistance.

HERWIT’s specialty design expertise includes pump stations of all sizes and types, solids handling systems including digestion, dewatering, and drying, aeration system design and trouble shooting, cogeneration system design, energy optimization analysis, and overall project management and development.

The partners, Gregory Harris and Kurt Gardner have presented cutting edge technology for the design of treatment and conveyance systems at national conferences in Dallas, Chicago, and New Orleans, as well as at local conferences in Sacramento, Reno, Las Vegas and Salt Lake City.  Together, they have used the combination of their multiple engineering disciplines and their extensive project management and design experience to plan, design, and construct treatment and conveyance systems from single pump stations to complete treatment plants.

We invite you to take a look at our company philosophy and some of our finished projects to see for yourself what our fresh approach can mean for your project.

 

 

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