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Intelligent Design & Construction Solutions, LLC


B.S. and M.B.A., Electrical Engineering Illinois Institute of Technology

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Power Quality Exhibition & Conference 2004 Harmonic Mitigation Techniques to Achieve IEEE 519 Compliance in Water & Wastewater Pumping StationsStephen A. Wrzesinski and Patrick Clifford.

Stephen A. Wrzesinski, P.E.

Managing Engineer

As Managing Engineer, Mr. Wrzesinski is responsible for all engineering design and construction services by Intelligent Design and Construction Solutions, LLC. The major work areas include water and wastewater plants, airports, mass transit facilities, schools, hospitals, commercial and industrial facilities and pump stations as well as others. Projects have involved HVAC, plumbing and sanitary systems, roadway lighting and signalization, motors, drives, generation, instrumentation and SCADA systems, electrical distribution systems, substations, switchgear, and associated electrical and mechanical equipment.

Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion, Construction Services - Salt Creek Sanitary District Villa Park, Illinois Mr. Wrzesinski was the QA/QC Electrical Engineer for the instrumentation and electrical systems during the wastewater treatment plant expansion. Intelligent Design and Construction Solutions, LLC was the sub-consultant responsible for the review of all electrical and instrumentation shop drawings, as well as shop drawings that were associated with the electrical and instrumentation systems, such as valves, centrifuge equipment and etc. Also included in construction services are construction meetings, on-site inspections, creating preliminary and final punch-lists as well as ongoing responses to requests for information or clarifications.

Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements City of Plano Plano, Illinois Mr. Wrzesinski was Electrical Engineer on this project, responsible for the QA/QC of instrumentation system. The electrical design included a complete electrical system upgrade along with a generator sized to provide back-up power for the entire facility. The electrical upgrades include a new service entrance from the utility company into a new draw-out switchboard that distributes power throughout the facility to smaller motor control centers (both new and existing). There are four new buildings that were part of the expansion: a new Head-Works Building, a new Secondary Control Building, a new Blower Building that also houses the generator and a new UV Building. The instrumentation and control systems were designed for monitoring via new remote telemetry units (RTU). The RTU’s were designed to accommodate future connection to a distributed control system (DCS). The base bid of the instrumentation and control

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Pump Station Vulnerability and Risk Assessment Study Metropolitan Water Reclamation District (MWRDGC) Chicago, Illinois Mr. Wrzesinski was responsible for the evaluation of six separate Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRDGC) pumping stations which pump raw sewage from the Deep Tunnel System to three wastewater reclamation plants. The project consisted of evaluating existing District data, visiting the stations to collect data, organizing findings, drawing conclusions, and drafting reports to define the vulnerabilities and risks found at each station.

Stop Logs and Diversion Pump Design Services Metropolitan Water Reclamation District (MWRDGC) Wilmette, Illinois Mr. Wrzesinski was responsible for the coordination and design of a new incoming utility service to rehabilitate an early 1900’s pumping station and lock at the intersection of the North Branch of the Chicago River and Lake Michigan. This project included the design for the replacement of early-era substation transformers and their

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