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  • Construction on the new Diamondhead Wastewater Treatment Plant is now 75% complete
    Construction on the new Diamondhead Wastewater Treatment Plant which started in January is approximately 75% complete. The project is being constructed by Max Foote Construction out of Mandeville, Louisiana. Manchac Consulting Group provided design services for the project and is currently providing General Services during construction. Please view the awesome…
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  • Manchac Looking Forward to Relocating Bossier City Offices in the Spring of 2017
    Manchac Consulting Group is relocating its current Bossier City offices to what will soon be a state-of-the-art facility located in the heart of the Bossier City downtown re-envisioning arena. What was once a 9,000 square foot warehouse is being converted into a professional office complex. Renovation efforts began in September by…
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  • Alexis Bay Terrace Project – (Client: Plaquemines Parish)
    “For this project, Manchac designed a terrace field in the marshes near the mouth of the Mississippi River. Terraces are earthen features constructed in shallow open water for the purpose of creating habitat, reducing wave energy, and inducing sediment retention. To construct the terraces, native material was excavated from within…
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  • Manchac Consulting Group and Bossier City Form A Public-Private Partnership
    Manchac Consulting Group, Inc. was selected by Bossier City to manage the City’s water and sewer utility department under a Public-Private Partnership agreement. The terms and conditions of the five (5) year contract grant a concession to Manchac to provide division managers to oversee the day-to-day operations of the Public…
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  • Plaqumine High School getting state-of-the-art athletic upgrades
    Plaqumine High School Getting State-Of-The-Aart Athletic Upgrades Iberville Parish School Board selected Manchac Consulting Group for the design of their new artificial turf football field and relocation of the field events in the D zones of the field.  The geotechnical investigation indicated soil conditions that would allow for the use…
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  • $42 Million WWTP Under Construction in Lake Charles – April 2016
    Lake Charles B/C WWTP The new WWTP B/C in Lake Charles, LA will replace the existing WWTP B/C and have a rated capacity of 9 MGD with a peak flow of 35 MGD.  The contractor for the new $42 million plant started construction in April 2016 and is scheduled to be…
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  • Diamondhead Water and Sewer District Improvements – January 2016
    DIAMONDHEAD WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT BREAKS GROUND Diamondhead breaks ground on new wastewater treatment plant www.msnewsnow.com A damaged and aging wastewater treatment plant will finally be replaced in Diamondhead. Those behind the plans say it has taken almost a decade to get the ball rolling. Manchac Consulting Group was contracted…
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  • BUDMAT – West Bay
    This was the first Plaquemines Parish project under the USACE Beneficial Use of Dredged Material (BUDMAT) Program. Plaquemine's Parish served as the local sponsor on this project with a 75% Federal (USACE) and 25% Local (Plaquemines Parish) cost share. Manchac was contracted to provide Engineering and Design services to fulfill…
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  • Buras Living Shoreline & Stabilization – June 2015
    Years of marsh loss and subsidence along the back levees near Joshua’s Marina in Buras, Louisiana, have compromised the integrity of these levees, which protect this coastal community against storm surge. In an effort to protect this important infrastructure, Plaquemines Parish retained Manchac Consulting group to design a solution.  …
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