Donohue’s Emily Wehmeyer, PE, received the prestigious Tumble Bug Award from the Indiana Water Environment Association (IWEA) during their 2019 annual meeting. This award recognizes committee members, program presenters, and others within IWEA who have worked industriously on behalf of the organization.
Upon receiving the award, Emily remarked, “It is a great honor to have my work as abstract subcommittee chair, secretary, and co-chair on the Collections System Committee recognized by this award. Working on the committee has been very enjoyable and rewarding.”
Emily has been an enthusiastic member of IWEA for the past 15 years. In addition to her active participation within IWEA, she has given numerous presentations at the annual conference. Topics included: Eliminating the Bypass: The Madison WPCF Improvements Project; Press for Success: The Town of Middlebury WWTP Improvements Project; Turning Down the Aeration: Installation of a High Speed Turbo Blower with Dissolved Oxygen (DO) Control; Cooling Down Digesters with SRF Guaranteed Savings Project, and Holy Greenhouse Gases Batman!
Located in Donohue’s Indianapolis office, Emily is a dedicated Project Manager and Water/Wastewater Engineer with nearly 20 years of experience. She provides planning, design, and construction administration/observation for wastewater treatment and collection system projects throughout the Midwest.
Emily is a registered professional engineer in three states and an Envision Sustainability Professional certified by the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure. She earned a master’s degree in environmental engineering and a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Missouri-Rolla.