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Higher Education

Curry-Wille & Associates has worked with over 33 different universities on virtually all domestic livestock species dating back to its beginning in 1959. The team at CWA has vast knowledge in programming, schematic design, design development, construction documents, bidding & negotiation, construction administration, and bridging documents for animal housing as well as research facilities. 

Feed and Grain

CWA has over 40 years of experience working with Grain Cooperatives, Seed Companies, Millwrights, and others on all types of grain and seed handling and storage projects. We have engineered grain elevator loadouts, towers, conveying systems, and storage structures and can provide plans from a single tower footing design to full facility layout construction documents.  


CWA has worked with essential all of the domestic animal species and several wild animal species to provide full facility design. Our understanding of animals provides our clients with designers who are knowledgeable of animal needs and provide facilities and environments conducive to optimum health and welfare, thereby assuring the safety of both the animals and the humans working with them.

Soil-Water Conservation & Manure Management


CWA engineers provide planning, design, and construction supervision services for agricultural waste, manure management, water supply management (drainage and irrigation), and natural resource conservation systems. Our Technical Service Providers (TSP) work with producers to meet NRCS construction design, installation, and check-out requirements in order to obtain EQIP funding.  CWA engineers are innovators in alternative treatment systems that meet environmental and economic objectives for open lot runoff systems. 

Other Engineering Services

CWA provides engineered designs and layouts for homes, offices, and commercial buildings from foundations to structural support systems. Our engineers are experienced with wood, steel, masonry, and precast and poured concrete structures.

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