While TAI is a local firm, a number of its projects have been nationally recognized.

TAI is one of few firms that has direct experience with the planning, design and construction of both membrane treatment systems as well as biological nutrient removal. The Algonquin 5-stage BNR facility was highlighted by Region V of USEPA has declared this facility a “model” plant for future nutrient removal facilities. TAI has direct experience with flat sheet membranes which was used for waste activated sludge thickening.

2018 APWA Chicago Metro Chapter Project of the Year – Fox Waterway Agency

On January 16, 2018, the Fox Waterway Agency (FWA) was awarded the 2018 APWA Lake Branch Chapter Project of the Year for Structures –…

2017 Lake Branch APWA Project of the Year
City of North Chicago
Watermain and Street Improvements Project

 Project Background The City of North Chicago is a diverse community with the same economic challenges many industrial-based cities have faced over…

Jillian Kiss awarded CSWEA’s “Young Professional of the Year” Award

Jillian Kiss, P.E. has been recognized as the Central States WEA 2016 Young Professional of the year. This award recognizes the talent…

2016 Chicago Metro Chapter Project of the Year
Village of Fox Lake
Holiday Park Water Tower and Water Main Improvements

Project Background In 2013 the Village of Fox Lake experienced a series of serious water hammer events that caused estimated damages of…

Village of Union – Water Treatment Plant Improvements

Project Background The Village of Union recently completed construction of the Water Treatment Plant Improvements, which removes radium from the drinking water….