Ohio 25th Anniversary

Click here for a printable PDF CTI Ohio Celebrates 25 Years As we enter the fourth quarter of a tumultuous and unprecedented year, we reflect and celebrate 2020 as a milestone year for CTI, marking the 25th anniversary of opening the company’s first branch office in Ohio. When the original founders of the company formed…

CTI Selected for Major WTP Expansion Project

Click here for a printable PDF. CTI Selected for City of Cookeville, TN Water Treatment Plant Upgrade Project CTI Engineers, Inc. (CTI) has been selected to design the latest upgrades to the City of Cookeville, TN Water Treatment Plant. As the plant nears 80% of its current production capacity, the City must plan for the…

Unique WTP Design at Ohio State Park

Click here for a printable PDF When visiting a state park for a weekend of outdoor activities enjoying camping, water sports and time with loved ones, access to clean drinking water is often not top of mind. However, for those operating a state park, providing clean drinking water for its visitors is an integral part…

CTI Welcomes Senior Project Manager

CTI-Nashville is Growing! To meet the expanding project demands in Nashville, TN we have added a Senior Project Manager to the team. CTI Engineers is pleased to welcome John Gahring, P.E. to the team as a Senior Project Manager out of our Nashville office. John comes to CTI as a graduate of Tennessee Technological University…

TN River Crossing

Click here for a printable PDF   Crossing the Tennessee River with a 30-inch Waterline Everyone knows the simplest way to get from Point A to Point B is a straight line. Engineers love straight lines. Except, when designing waterlines, it is rarely that simple. Especially when the straight line in question runs directly under…

2019 TAUD Business of Running a Utility Conference

CTI is sponsoring a booth at next week’s Tennessee Association of Utility Districts (TAUD) conference in Gatlinburg, TN.  TAUD’s “Business of Running a Utility” Conference runs Aug. 7-9 at the Gatlinburg Convention Center. Come visit Neal Hall, P.E., Larry Joe Dockery, P.E., and Kathy Webb at booth 91 during exhibit hours! The booth will be…

Improved Capacity at Louisville WWTP

Preventing Solids Loss & Improving Capacity at Louisville WPCC Click here for a printable PDF A wastewater treatment plant must be prepared to handle an influx of flow to its system during dramatic rain events to mitigate risks of an overflow to discharge locations. Therefore, plants must be sized to handle increased capacity as populations…

Solids Handling Improvements at Beaver Creek WWTP

Click here for a printable PDF version Many older wastewater treatment facilities must undergo extensive facility upgrades due to increasingly strict water quality standards and increasing population and treatment requirements. These upgrades, while costly, result in plants handling much higher flow rates with more efficiency and cost effectiveness. Processing and disposal of solids generated at…