2017 Contractors Awards

Tippecanoe County Partnership for Water Quality (TCPWQ) has presented awards to three contractors for their exceptional efforts in construction site erosion control for 2017.  The purpose of the awards is to recognize contractors that excel in their efforts to prevent pollution into streams and rivers in Tippecanoe County while they are building construction projects inside the County.

The award winners are as follows: Commercial Project,Byard Beaver, Nate Secrest from Kettelhut Construction, Inc. and Public Works Project, Chad Kuns from F&K Construction. 

 Pictured above: Marcus Smith of TCPWQ/ Byard Beaver and Nate Secrest of Kettelhut Construction, Inc/ Zach Beasley TCPWQ.

Pictured above: Marcus Smith of TCPWQ/ Byard Beaver and Nate Secrest of Kettelhut Construction, Inc/ Zach Beasley TCPWQ.

 Pictured above: Marcus Smith of TCPWQ/ Chad Kuns of F&K Construction/Zach Beasley of TCPWQ

Pictured above: Marcus Smith of TCPWQ/ Chad Kuns of F&K Construction/Zach Beasley of TCPWQ

2016 Contractors Awards

Tippecanoe County Partnership for Water Quality (TCPWQ) has presented awards to three contractors for their exceptional efforts in construction site erosion control for 2016.  The purpose of the awards is to recognize contractors that excel in their efforts to prevent pollution into streams and rivers in Tippecanoe County while they are building construction projects inside the County.

The award winners are as follows: Residential: Ely Concrete; Commercial: Josh Guerin of Rieth Riley Contractors; Public Works: Michael Rinehart or Rinehart Excavating

 Pictured above: Marcus Smith of TCPWQ/West Lafayette and Ely Concrete 

Pictured above: Marcus Smith of TCPWQ/West Lafayette and Ely Concrete 

 Pictured above: Marcus Smith of TCPWQ/West Lafayette and Josh Guerin of Rieth Riley Contractors. 

Pictured above: Marcus Smith of TCPWQ/West Lafayette and Josh Guerin of Rieth Riley Contractors. 

2015 Contractors Awards

Tippecanoe County Partnership for Water Quality (TCPWQ) has presented awards to four contractors for their exceptional efforts in construction site erosion control for 2015.  The purpose of the awards is to recognize contractors that excel in their efforts to prevent pollution into streams and rivers in Tippecanoe County while they are building construction projects inside the County.    

The award winners are as follows: Residential: Jerry Downham of Downham Homes, Large Residential: Bill Bayley of Tempest Homes, Commercial Project: Joe Hopkins of Force Construction, Public Works Project: Tony Tolle of Fairfield Contractors