Houston, TX (PRWEB) July 22, 2014
The award was received by URETEK Sales Manager, Blake Grappe, and Jessica Kelley, from the City of Missouri City, for their part in planning and executing emergency repairs at the Quail Valley Effluent Pond in Missouri City.
“It’s a tremendous honor to be recognized for our work by the TPWA,” said Mr. Grappe. “Quail Valley was a special project and I’m happy to see that everybody’s hard work is being recognized.”
The Quail Valley Effluent Pond repair was commissioned by the City of Missouri City to mitigate soil erosion at a berm between Stafford’s Run Creek and a retention pond at Quail Valley Golf Course in Missouri City. Ms. Kelley worked as project manager and contracted URETEK to complete repairs using their geopolymer injection technology.
The Texas Public Works Association is an organization that advocates the significance of public works, offers educational services to public works professionals and provides a network of public works professionals for members. At their Annual Conference, awards are given out to recognize outstanding individuals and companies in the public works industry.
About URETEK ICR Gulf Coast
Founded in 2000, URETEK ICR Gulf Coast is a specialized groundwork contractor that utilizes geopolymer injection methods to provide non-invasive solutions for commercial and residential foundation repair; infrastructure repair; manhole rehabilitation; concrete-slab raising for pools, parking lots, driveways and sidewalks; soil stabilization; and void fill. To learn more visit: http://uretek-gulfcoast.com.