Bakken and North Dakota Development

As of 2012, North Dakota has overtaken California to become the third-largest U.S. oil-producing state, as fracking technology has boosted shale oil output.  Production has doubled in the three years since 2009. The boom in oil production in the region has also effectively cut the Midwestern state’s unemployment rate to the lowest in the country,… Read more »

A Successful Ribbon Cutting

Thank you to the Golden Chamber of Commerce for our ribbon cutting event and to the local merchants and clients who attended.  Even though we are not new to Golden, it is great to finally be headquartered in Downtown Golden.

4 Bid Openings in 4 Days

The week of March 7 was super hectic. We had 4 bid openings in 4 days. The biggest was the $2M Benkelman Water Treatment Plant. Others were for a water meter project and two SS Collection System replacement projects. All lowest qualified bidders came in below engineers estimates – whew!  Good job to Noah!

EP Magazine Covers Benkelman Water Treatment Plant

Baseline Engineering has completed the master planning, design, engineering, funding, and construction documents for a 600-gallons-per-minute water treatment plant. Baseline Engineering is ready to break ground on a project the firm has been working on since 2007 to remove arsenic and uranium from Benkelman, Nebraska’s drinking water. The town has a population of about 1,000… Read more »

Announcing Noah J. Nemmers, PE, PLS

Baseline is proud to announce Noah J. Nemmers, PE, PLS has joined the firm as Manager of our Civil Engineering Group.  Mr. Nemmers joins Baseline to expand and strengthen our services in the area of land development engineering and municipal infrastructure upgrades.  As a Project Manager in the Denver area for the last 6 years,… Read more »

In Design Stage – Uranium/Arsenic Water Treatment Plant

We finally have the technology approved by the State and Funding Agency.  We are now 30% complete with design of a 600 GPM Arsenic and Uranium Water Treatment Facility.  This design is tricky because the raw water is high in Silica.  After a long deliberation, we decided to not adjust the pH.  We have an… Read more »