Lakewood, CO (May 31, 2021) –Muller Engineering Company (Muller) of Lakewood, in conjunction with its client partners, was recognized as a national Engineering Excellence Awards winner for the Chatfield Storage Reallocation project by the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC). The project received the Recognition Award in the “Water Resources” category.
The Chatfield Storage Reallocation Project reallocated 20,600 acre-feet of space in a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reservoir at Chatfield State Park, benefiting communities across Colorado’s Front Range. The Muller team designed and oversaw the construction of this highly innovative environmental mitigation project. Muller’s project work focused on $33 million of environmental mitigation work along the South Platte River and Plum Creek, a critical component of the overall $167 million water supply storage project at the Park.
The ACEC Engineering Excellence Awards receives submittals for projects that were winners in ACEC state competitions from around the country. The awards were presented at the annual “Academy Awards of Engineering” celebration held in Washington D.C.