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WATER RESOURCES GROUP COMPANIES
RICE LAKE CONSTRUCTION
RICE LAKE WEST
At Rice Lake Construction Group, we know water. For more than 30 years we’ve built structures and facilities that treat both water and wastewater. Our nationally recognized work includes more than 80 water treatment plants and 200 wastewater treatment plants, totaling over $892 million in water treatment projects in the upper Midwest and West Coast of the United States.
Rice Lake West, founded in 1997, embraces the philosophy that the commitment to every owner concerning Safety Quality, Schedule, and Budget will establish Rice Lake West as the preferred contractor. Rice Lake West will deliver to every owner a project that is completed on schedule; with quality that meets or exceeds the owners expectations; where all budgets are met and a safe working environment is provided.
Water Resources Group is a company that provides leadership and resources to a family of companies whose collective mission is to be a national leading self-performing water contractor and leader in collaborative delivery methods while using our core skill sets to provide services to the industrial, commercial, and utility services markets.
Loyalty to our employees, clients, subcontractors and vendors.
Luke T. Spalj
Luke was born and raised in the construction business. He worked as a youth and into adulthood for the family-owned and operated Spalj Construction Company until its sale to Quanta Services (NYSE: PWR) in 1997.
He worked for Quanta Services, eventually becoming the president of its telecommunication and specialty services division, until his departure in 2004. From 2004 to 2017, Luke was the chairman of Rice Lake Construction Group. Currently, Luke is the CEO of Water Resources Group, one of the nation’s largest firms in the country that serves the Water Treatment and Utility markets.
Luke was also employed with S.J. Groves Construction and Austin P. Keller Construction after college. While at Groves he was a field engineer on a $1 billion Melvin Price Lock and Dam construction project for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Alton, IL.
Luke is a registered Professional Engineer with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Michigan Tech.