Barge in the News
6 / March / 2020
Nashville Business Journal: Best in Business Awards
(Nashville, Tennessee) We are honored to be a finalist (101-500 Employees) at this year's Best in Business Awards. Barge also took home the first-ever Most Creative Award! Finalists were asked to imagine themselves as a band and to design their drumhead art.
A Two-State Association of Water Professionals Takes on a Clean-Water Branding
(Kentucky and Tennessee) Shannon Lambert, our Chief Operating Officer and the President of Clean Water Professionals of Kentucky & Tennessee (CWP-KT), was interviewed by Treatment Plant Operator publication about his perspective on the shift in the language for wastewater professionals and the rebranding of CWP-KT. The organization recently changed their name from Water Environment Association of Kentucky and Tennessee. Read the article...
Stormwater Master Plan in Action
(Germantown, Tennessee) Barge was recently featured in Tennessee Public Works magazine with an article written by Trevor Cropp, Project Manager and licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Tennessee. Cropp writes about our role in the development of a stormwater master plan for the city of Germantown, TN – a suburb of Memphis which saw explosive growth from 1970-2000. Read the article...
Bay County Awards Contract for Water Treatment Plant project
(Bay County, Florida) Barge is committed to serving the communities in which we work. In the aftermath of Hurricane Michael, employees from our Dothan, Alabama office promptly responded in the panhandle of Florida by offering their personal time and Barge’s professional services and financial resources through the Barge Community Fund, an employee-funded granting foundation.
Stemming from this relationship of trust built through community rehabilitation, Bay County, Florida awarded Barge with two contracts relative to the restoration of their Water Treatment Plant. Learn more...