Manhattan, Kan.-based Resi Enterprises has purchased locally based Aero-Mod, a manufacturer of biological wastewater treatment technology. Aero-Mod was a subsidiary of Canton, Ohio-based Waterlink.
Aether Systems, based in Owings Mills, Md., has acquired Cerulean Technology, a Marlborough, Mass.-based manufacturer of mobile technology for public safety agencies.
Englewood, Colo.-based Convergent Group has formed a partnership with Seattle-based Tidemark Solutions. Tidemarks’ Advantage, eConnect and Wireless software will be incorporated into Convergent’s Government Gateway.
San Diego-based Berryman & Henigar has acquired Gainesville, Fla.-based EFM, an engineering, surveying and GIS consulting firm. The merger will create a new division that will provide Internet-based GIS for municipal customers in Florida.
Water, water, everywhere
Newark, Del., has selected San Francisco-based URS to design a reservoir on a 112-acre site. The reservoir will be completed in 2003 at an estimated cost of $12 million to $15 million.
The Massachusetts Water Resources Authority has selected Chesterfield, Mo.-based Insituform Technologies to renovate a three-mile pipe segment. The pipe is located in Natick and serves Natick, Framingham and Ashland.
Washoe County, Nev., along with the Nevada cities of Reno and Sparks, has voted to establish the Truckee Meadows Water Authority. The authority will become the bidding entity to acquire Sierra Pacific Resources water division, based in Reno. Contingent on a successful bid, the authority will act as the governing body for the new water division.
N.J. Transit’s Board of Directors has chosen Terminal Construction of Wood Ridge, N.J., to complete construction of the Secaucus Transfer Station Building.
The Delaware River and Bay Authority has contracted with Bethesda, Md.-based Lockheed Mar-tin to design, develop and install an electronic toll collection system for the Delaware Memorial Bridge.
Stone County, Mo., has hired St. Louis-based Horner & Shifrin to design a bridge along Route 248. The 447-foot bridge will span the Northern Arkansas Railroad and a county road.
The Texas Department of Transportation has retained Wheaton, Ill.-based RJN Group to perform engineering services to widen State Highway 10 from Bell Spur Road to Westpark Way in north Tarrant County, Texas. The project involves expanding the existing four-lane section to a six-lane section with a 24-foot raised median.
The Michigan Department of Transportation has hired Torrance, Calif.-based Leica Geosystems’ Global Positioning System (GPS) unit to provide control and monitoring applications. The company plans to establish a statewide permanent GPS network for Michigan DOT.