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Web Water Treatment Plant
VOLUME 18, NUMBER 1
PUBLISHED QUARTERLY
Service That Reflects a
Commitment to Quality
Featured Project:
Web Water Treatment Plant
The completion date will be nearing this Spring
for the Web Water Treatment Plant near Selby, SD.
Muth Electric was awarded the contract and began wiring this more than 22,000 square feet facility in August
2007.
The Web Water Treatment Plant consists of a
chemical building, filter building and pump house. The
chemical building contains the chemicals for the treatment of the water storage and injection system. The
filter building has two large filters and mixers for raw
water, while the pump house contains new high service
pumps and backwash pumps for the
plant.
There is over 2000 feet of exterior duct bank, vaults and outside
switchgear. Muth Electric also had to
replace all the existing controls for
plant automation while keeping the
plant running.
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Donation
Rapid City CUP
Midland National
Projects in Progress
Customer Comments
What Can We
Bring to Your Next
Project?
WINTER 2009
lion gallons of
water are produced daily.
Muth
Electric’s contract is with
Rice Lake Construction,
Deerwood,
MN. The engineer and architect on the
project
is
Black & Veatch, Englewood, CO.
Tom Sandve is the Project Manager, while
Richard Wurts and Don Walker serve as the Project
Foreman and Project Estimator. Other employees assisting in the project are Aaron Dosch, Ryan Block,
Doug Hooth, Jim Kramp, Billy
Hughes, Brandon Brosz, Tim
Budde, Gary Gilbertson, Jason Meyer, Dave Peterson,
Jay Volek, Dave Bechen, Dave
Ginsbach,
Cris
Peterson,
Brandon Soupir, Jeff Gilbert,
Kevin Krupke, Andrew Larson, Barry Johnson, Dan Brecher, Brock Bahr, Jordan Lokken, Randy Reil, Scott Owen,
John Alt, Nick Miller, and
Adam Bender.
Muth Electric Donates
To WDT Foundation
Paul Muth, Vice President of Operations (left),
is shown presenting a donation to the Western
Dakota Technical Institute (WDTI) Foundation.
The foundation provides resources for new programs, facilities, equipment, and scholarships
for WDTI. Also pictured is Dr. Craig Bailey,
President of Western Dakota Tech, accepting
on behalf of the WDTI Foundation and Dave
Muth, Operations Manager.
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about the company, please contact Amy Kempf at 605-996-3983 or [email protected]
www.muthelectric.com
Service That Reflects a Commitment to Quality
Featured Project:
Rapid City Regional Hospital CUP
The Rapid City Regional Hospital will soon welcome
a new addition, the Central Utilities Plant (CUP), which is
expected to be completed in April 2009. Muth Electric began its portion of the project in June 2007.
In addition to the 31,033 square feet Central Utilities Plant, renovation is also being done on the existing
11,840 square feet hospital. A new grounds building was
constructed, which provides a place for the grounds personnel to work on and store maintenance equipment.
Two tunnels were built under the existing hospital,
as well as the new addition. These tie into an existing tunnel, which is where all emergency electrical systems have
been interfaced while the Rapid City Regional remained
open for business. This tunnel will be the pathway for all
systems into the existing hospital and future extension of
systems.
Muth Electric installed two 4000 amp services to
the new CUP building. One feeds the cooling equipment,
while the other feeds life safety, critical, emergency equipment and emergency power through four automatic transfer switches that serve the existing hospital. Two 2000KVA
generators were set in place that feed to a 6000 amp paralleling switchboard, which controls the transfer of emergency power throughout the entire hospital complex.
Muth Electric’s contract is with Scull Construction,
Rapid City, SD; while HDR Architecture, Inc. of Dallas, TX
serves as both the architect and engineer on the project.
Dan Vetsch is the Project Manager, while Ed
Pauly and Don Walker serve as the Project Foreman and
Project Estimator. Other employees assisting in the project are Jon Williams, Nick Cockrell, Jeremy Coon, Ryan
Schrempp, Jeff Bergstrom, Ryan Painter, Josh Farley,
Ryan Swanson, Clark Smith, Gary Gilbertson, Mike
Medley, Ty Grenstiner, Scott Hall, Clint Painter, Jason
Muller, Rick Kostelecky, Levi Butler, Trenten Fish,
Aaron Evers, Bryan Hamer, Scott Owen, Zach Polich,
Ken Shafer, Byron Kopp, Kasey Rising, Pat Braithwaite,
Chris Arbouw, Jeremy Boehrns, Jay Stenstream, Mike
Lannen, and Riley Cihak.
Service That Reflects a Commitment to Quality
Featured Project:
Midland National Life Insurance
Muth Technology began working on Midland National’s new headquarters in Sioux Falls in February
2008. The building is expected to be completed and
open for business in February 2009.
Midland National is one of the leading insurance
companies in the United States. It has offices located in
49 states, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico,
and the Virgin Islands.
The new building has five Intermediate Distribution Facility (IDF) closets and a main data room on first
floor, which contain networking equipment that deliver
connections throughout the building. There is over 300
cubicles, a large mailroom, and also a large cafe area with
a patio that looks over their pond.
The Midland National building has a raised floor
throughout the entire building to hide all of the data and
voice cables which are run under the floor. There are also
45 zone boxes under the floor, which breaks the floors into
different zones so that cable runs are not so long. Cables
run from the data room to the IDF closets, then from the
closets to the zone boxes. .
Some interesting facts about this project is there
are 58 miles of copper cable pulled and a mile of fiber in
the building. There are also 42 wireless access points installed in the building.
Muth Technology was awarded its contract from
Fiegen Construction of Sioux Falls, SD. Koch Hazard Architects are both the architect and engineer on the project.
The Project Manager on the project is Keith
Beachler, while Chris Heberlee is the Project Foreman.
Other employees assisting in the project are Jeff James,
Tom Bechen, Brian Rients, Jake Biel, Jack Sine, Tate
Worthington, Brian Haas, Brad Peterson, Chris Wells,
Bryan Glatt, John Tadlock, Ron Sabers, Tyler Bialas,
and Troy Mellegaard.
www.muthelectric.com
Projects in Progress
Projects Under $250,000
Projects Over $250,000
Project
Superintendent
Biolife Freezer
Paul Sutherland
Black Hills Power Office
Scott Hall
Creekside Apts - Tech
Bryan Glatt
CRST Generator Hookup
Casey Berg
EAFB Computer Consolidate Cliff Gibbs
EAFB Fire Alarm Dock 90
Not Assigned
EAFB Fire Alarm Dock 91
Not Assigned
EAFB Repair Lift Station
Not Assigned
EAFB Repair MOB
Cliff Gibbs
Fellow Christian Athletes Office Calvin Wiebelhaus
Hampton Brookings - Tech
Tom Bechen
Hilton Garden Inn - Tech
Not Assigned
Holmes Murphy Remodel
Darin Hohn
Holy Spirit Add 08
Dave Bechen
Home Federal Bank - WTN
Chris Lee
Huron Airport Taxiway A
Not Assigned
Huron Waste Water Improv
Doug Hooth
Lake Andes Youth & Swan
Jesse VerHey
Lewis & Clark Pipeline 7B & 8 Walt Jensen
Mega Wash
Paul Mayer
Mickelson Trail Lighting
Zane Beringer
Pedco - Tech
Tate Worthington
Philip To Wall WPS
Not Assigned
Precision Autobody
Doug Hooth
RC Water Reclamation
Rick Kostelecky
Rushmore Civic Center -Tech Travis Clark
Rushmore Crossing P-7
Scott Hall
Rushmore Crossing
Ty Grenstiner
Scheels Store - Tech
Travis Clark
SDANG Standby Generator
Ryan Schrempp
SF Collector Well 69
Larry Skari
SF East 72nd St N Lighting
Joe Hornstein
SF Madison & Western Signal Joe Hornstein
SF Menlo Fiber - Tech
Brian Rients
Sioux Rural Water
Chris Lee
Stoneybrook Dunes - Tech
Chris Wells
The Lodge - Tech
John Trudo
TJ Maxx Store - RC
Scott Hall
Todd County Lighting
Dave Bechen
Tower Tech - Tech
Not Assigned
Verasun Conveyor Addition
Not Assigned
Water Storage
Paul Mayer
Wind Farm - Tech
Chris Wells
Wastewater Pump Station
Joe Hornstein
Estimator
Randy Riepma
Gaylord Grieve
Brian Rients
Don Walker
Don Walker
Don Walker
Don Walker
Randy Riepma
Don Walker
Gaylord Grieve
Keith Beachler
Brian Rients
Jim Norgaard
Matt Thompson
Chad Lanoue
Wayne Schneider
Randy Riepma
Matt Thompson
Randy Riepma
Todd Stickler
Todd Stickler
Keith Beachler
Randy Riepma
Matt Thompson
Randy Riepma
Brian Rients
Chad VanEde
Gaylord Grieve
Keith Beachler
Chad VanEde
Randy Riepma
Wayne Schneider
Wayne Schneider
Brian Rients
Gary Swier
Keith Beachler
Brian Rients
Paul Vieth
Wayne Schneider
Keith Beachler
Gaylord Grieve
Chad VanEde
Keith Beachler
Randy Riepma
Location
Sioux City, IA
Gillette, WY
Sioux Falls, SD
LaPlant, SD
Ellsworth, SD
Ellsworth, SD
Ellsworth, SD
Ellsworth, SD
Ellsworth, SD
Sioux Falls, SD
Brookings, SD
Sioux Falls, SD
Sioux Falls, SD
Mitchell, SD
Watertown, SD
Huron, SD
Huron, SD
Lake Andes, SD
Near Vermillion, SD
Mitchell, SD
Deadwood, SD
Pierre, SD
Philip, SD
Huron, SD
Rapid City, SD
Rapid City, SD
Rapid City, SD
Rapid City, SD
Rapid City, SD
Rapid City, SD
Renner, SD
Sioux Falls, SD
Sioux Falls, SD
Sioux Falls, SD
Watertown, SD
Dakota Dunes, SD
Deadwood, SD
Rapid City, SD
Mission, SD
Brandon, SD
Aurora, SD
Pukwana, SD
Wessington Springs, SD
Sioux Falls, SD
Project
Aberdeen Wastewater Plant
Aventine COOP Conveyor
Chamberlain WTP Improv
Delta Dental Office
Hwy 11 Signals & Lighting
Houwman Office Building
Michael's Store
Midland National - Tech
Pedco Call Center
Pine Ridge Airport
SDSU Science Center -Tech
Stoneybrook Dunes
Yankton Bridge Lighting
Superintendent
Randy Reil
Ryan Block
Paul Mayer
Not Assigned
Joe Hornstein
Joel Kunkel
Scott Hall
Chris Heberlee
Jay Volek
Cliff Gibbs
Tate Worthington
Calvin Wiebelhaus
Dave Bechen
Estimator
Randy Riepma
Don Walker
Randy Riepma
Wayne Schneider
Wayne Schneider
Gaylord Grieve
Jim Norgaard
Keith Beachler
Gaylord Grieve
Wayne Schneider
Brian Rients
Matt Thompson
Wayne Schneider
Location
Aberdeen, SD
Aurora, NE
Chamberlain, SD
Pierre, SD
Sioux Falls, SD
Sioux Falls, SD
Rapid City, SD
Sioux Falls, SD
Pierre, SD
Pine Ridge, SD
Brookings, SD
Dakota Dunes, SD
Yankton, SD
Jay Volek
Darwin Hohn
Dan Schmidt
Ryan Schrempp
Ryan Painter
Not Assigned
Ryan Painter
Mark Seifert
Not Assigned
Chad Lanoue
Paul Vieth
Todd Stickler
Wayne Schneider
Wayne Schneider
Todd Stickler
Todd Stickler
Randy Riepma
Todd Stickler
Fort Pierre, SD
Sioux Falls, SD
Mitchell, SD
Rapid City, SD
Rapid City, SD
Redfield, SD
Rapid City, SD
Spearfish, SD
Cheyenne, WY
Paul Vieth
Don Walker
Jim Norgaard
Paul Vieth
Jim Norgaard
Gaylord Grieve
Todd Stickler
Don Walker
Wayne Schneider
Don Walker
Jim Norgaard
Jim Norgaard
Gaylord Grieve
Don Walker
Jim Norgaard
Randy Riepma
Don Walker
Gaylord Grieve
La Vista, NE
Ellsworth, SD
Hot Springs, SD
Deadwood, SD
Sioux Falls, SD
Sioux Falls, SD
Platte, SD
Rapid City, SD
Rock Springs, WY
Rapid City, SD
Rapid City, SD
Brookings, SD
Brandon, SD
Omaha, NE
Vermillion, SD
Sioux Falls, SD
Selby, SD
Wessington Springs, SD
Projects Over $500,000
Casey Tibbs Rodeo Center
Hilton Garden Inn-SF
MTI Tech & Utility Bldg
RC Airport Security Ltg
RC East Mall Drive 2008
Redfield Hospital
Rushmore Crossings Site 1
Spearfish WWTP
Warren AFB Gate 1
Projects Over $1 Million
Courtyard by Marriott
EAFB Ph 4 & 5 Housing
Fall River Hospital
Lodge at Deadwood
Midland Life Building
Minnehaha County Court
Platte Health Center
RC Hospital CUP
Rock Springs Lighting
Rushmore Civic Center 07
Scheels Store
SDSU Science Center
Tower Tech Manufacturing
UNMC CUP Elec Upgrade
USD Lee Medicine Building
VA Repair Feeders - Gen
Web Water Treatment Plant
Wind Farm
Gary Witherell
Casey Curtis
Mike Medley
Rick Kostelecky
Darwin Hohn
Larry Skari
Gary Schoenfelder
Ed Pauly
Ty Grenstiner
Jason Muller
Ryan Schrempp
Lane Hammond
Jared Schmidt
Jeremy Block
Rich Boehmer
Joel Kunkel
Richard Wurts
Jesse VerHey
A Few of Our Customer Comments
 Nice, neat workmanship and prompt execution of required work. Omaha, NE
 The fact that your employees do good work with a nice
attitude and have a lot of patience. It was much appreciated. Omaha, NE
 Service techs were very friendly and explained everything. Aberdeen, SD
 Prompt service and 24 hour service. I was very pleased
with the work and attitudes. Aberdeen, SD
 The employees are so friendly! Please continue to be
there when we need you! Huron, SD
 We appreciate your good service and fair prices.
Huron, SD
 You are prompt, professional and carry through. When
you state you will complete the requested work, you do.
Watertown, SD
 Friendliness of staff, prompt service. Emergency num-
ber came in handy a couple weeks ago. Watertown, SD
 The electrician worked on the unit and went beyond
simply reconnecting the wire. He found out where the
problem was and fixed it. Thank you! Rapid City, SD
 This was absolutely the most prompt service we have
ever received. We basically called and 10 minutes later
your service man was here. Not only was the service
man efficient, but he was also very courteous and understanding of our situation. We were more than satisfied and will definitely call on Muth Electric for future
needs. We were very impressed and this does not happen very often. Five stars out of five for service! Sioux
Falls, SD
 Honest, hard working electricians with a great attitude.
This will keep me calling back! Mitchell, SD
 Prompt service, left work area clean, electrician had a
good work ethic with a wonderful attitude. Mitchell, SD
MUTH ELECTRIC
730 N Kimball
Mitchell, SD 57301
605-996-7300
MUTH ELECTRIC
701 E 48th St N
Sioux Falls, SD 57104
605-338-6586
MUTH ELECTRIC
1825 Samco Road
Rapid City, SD 57702
605-341-3554
MUTH ELECTRIC
415 3rd Ave NW
Watertown, SD 57201
605-882-2680
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MUTH ELECTRIC
307 Dakota Ave N
Huron, SD 57350
605-352-8579
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412 5th Ave SW
Aberdeen, SD 57401
605-226-8424
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Omaha, NE 68106
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Sioux Falls, SD 57104
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“Professional Answers For All Your Electrical Needs”
What can Muth Electric bring to your next project, large or small?
1. Safety is our No. 1 Priority - Muth Electric has reinforced our safety program to include improved daily safety talks on the job site, ongoing hazard analysis, as well as an additional
team reward, and more visible recognition for the safe actions of our employees. Our goal is
to have our employees return home safely every night. If they show safe habits on the job,
your site will be a safe place for everyone to work. We now have two employees that have
worked over 40,000 hours (about 18 years) without an accident, which shows a commitment
to safety.
2. Design-Build Process - If you want an effective electrical system in your new project that meets your budget,
Muth Electric can assist you in attaining that goal. From conception to completion, our team members can
help you produce a project that works for you. Our years of valuable experience will also assist in budgeting the
cost of your construction to assure the affordability of the project. We are so confident of the quality of our design-build projects, we warranty our workmanship on them for two full years.
3. A “We Can Do It” Attitude - Our Team will approach your needs with the attitude that you can trust us to
take care of you – a “we can do it” approach. Working with you and your team, we will find a way to solve whatever need or challenge you have for us. From the very beginning to the last day, we will work hard for you - to
complete the work in the most efficient manner and to bring you the best project value for your investment.
4. Projects Completed on Time - We will do what is necessary to meet your project completion date. Using the
strengths of our team, we will assist you in preparing for the deadline on your project. We will then follow
through meeting that critical date and get you into operation as planned.
5. Professional and Reliable Staff - You will find the staff in all departments at Muth Electric to be there when
you need it most. They will be courteous and ask proper questions to ensure that they understand your particular needs. The appearance of our staff and vehicles is important, and we strive to keep it professional. That’s why our motto is “Professional Answers for all Your Electrical Needs”

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