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Gus Hrncir, DBIA, National IPD Sales Services Manager with Brown and Caldwell

Gus Hrncir (pronounced Hen-chur) is a National Sales Services Manager at Brown and Caldwell, focused on collaborative project delivery. He brings 15 years of experience in development phase leadership and capture management of large infrastructure projects, focused on design-build, design-build-operate, construction management at-risk (CMAR), and public-private partnership (P3) delivery models. His attention has been on water and wastewater treatment, water quality, water resources, watershed management, groundwater management, capital improvements planning, and water legislation and regulation.

Recent Posts

Design-Build Delivery Achieves Chronic Grit Accumulation Relief at Georgia’s Largest Wastewater Facility

To solve a chronic grit-removal issue plaguing the 240 MGD RM Clayton Water Reclamation Center (WRC), Georgia’s largest wastewater treatment plant, the City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management (City) required urgent upgrades to the headworks facility involving complete replacement of coarse screening and grit removal systems and installation of new influent flow-monitoring equipment.

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Topics: Wastewater Treatment, fixed-price design-build

The North Davis Sewer District Biosolids Progressive Design-Build Project

With Utah’s population expected to nearly double by 2050, several of the biosolids treatment processes at or over capacity, and outdated technology hampering overall efficiency, North Davis Sewer District (“the District”) needed to expand and improve its facility.

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Topics: Collaborative Project Delivery