Town & Country Engineering provides a full range of engineering services to municipalities and acts as a “Village Engineer” or “City Engineer” for many clients. Drinking Water and Wastewater Treatment Facility design is one of our specialties.

We also provide water supply and treatment engineering, storm water management engineering and general municipal engineering.



Our Company’s management philosophy is to keep overhead low by retaining a core experienced staff, involving our principals  in all projects, and minimizing administrative costs.

Production efficiency is accomplished through the use of state-of-the-art equipment for field data acquisition, plan preparation, and report generation.

Town & Country Engineering, Inc. was formed with a unique philosophy of service. We strive to become a part of the community by periodic meeting attendance and by making ourselves readily available for questions and consultation.


Multi-Use Paths

Village of Cambridge – Camrock Bicycle Trail Extension

This project involved extension of a bicycle trail through the Village to connect to a County bicycle trail.  New sections of asphalt trail were created through a Village park, and existing streets were re-marked to allow shared use by bicycles and motor vehicles.  One U.S. highway and one State of Wisconsin highway were crossed by installation of RRFBs (Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons).  Permitting through the State Department of Transportation was required.  A Dane County PARC grant assisted in financing the cost.

Drinking Water Treatment

Well No. 10 Radium Removal Facilities and Well No. 14 Construction

This project includes the design, construction and operational training for a HMO radium removal system and additional new drinking water well nearby. The project consisted of a building addition to Well No. 10, pressure filter for radium removal, and chemical feed system. Chemical feed system consisted of chlorine, polyphosphate, a caustic soda (NaOH), and a HMO mixture to remove the radium. The system was designed for existing well capacity of 700 to 1000 gpm but has the added capacity to handle the satellite wells.

Wastewater Handling

City of Richland Center Wastewater Treatment

This project involved constructing a completely new wastewater treatment plant to replace Richland Center’s outdated facility downtown.  Over 6.5 miles of 18″ force main now transmits flow to the new plant.  The plant’s features include screening and grit washing, activated primary tanks, biological phosphorus removal, WAS thickening, sludge dewatering and drying beds. An innovative pipe pigging cleaning system is incorporated to eliminate potential issues with odor.



  • I want to thank you and all the staff at Town & Country for working with us this year! It's really amazing to have the knowledge and expertise with friendly service of the company behind our Village!

    Shellie Benish | Former Village Administrator Village of Black Earth
  • I would like to thank you and your staff for all of the hard work you put in on the Rimrock Interceptor project resulting in its success. Town and Country did a great job and we look forward to working with you again in the future.

    Erik Rehr, P.E., ENV-SP Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District
  • ...I am grateful for your attention to detail, the prompt way you respond to questions and problems, your knowledge of the Village and our needs, and your willingness to work with us. I sometimes feel guilty bothering Mike so often, but he is always willing to take my calls. The money we invest for your expertise is well worth it. As long as I am Village president (and I hope even longer) the Village will be doing business with Town and Country. Thank you.

    Frank Fiorenza | Village President (Retired) Village of Potosi
  • Although I have not had the opportunity to speak with you in person yet, I wish to take this moment to thank you from the bottom of my heart for the work you have done on both the upcoming treatment plant and aligning us for the grant money. The City of Rhinelander is permanently indebted to you and my thanks seem to be only a drop in the bucket. You have proven to me without a doubt why we have hired you and your firm for the biggest project in the city's history.

    Mark Pelletier | Chairman of Water & Wastewater Committee City of Rhinelander