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CAS Celebrates 30th Anniversary


​January 29, 2015 marks the 30th year of quality, award-winning water and wastewater treatment plant construction. 2015 also marks our 21st consecutive year without a lost time incident, encompassing over 2.5 million hours worked. Founded in 1985 by Charlie Stryker, we continue his legacy by providing excellent, reliable and safe construction services.

“While we’re certainly pleased to celebrate our 30th anniversary, we’re very proud of our history of safe construction work,” said Mike Hafling. “We’ve built a company where everyone prioritizes safety and works to ensure that each worker goes home safely every night.”

CAS has completed more than 400 projects throughout the Midwest. Some of the most notable projects are:

  • Olathe, KS pump station improvement in 1987
  • Mt. Vernon, MO WWTP expansion in 1992
  • St. Joseph, MO WW system rehab in 1994, St. Joseph, MO WWTP improvements in 2004
  • Andover, KS and Kansas City MO WWTP improvements in 1996
  • Johnson County Turkey Creed UV improvement in 2000
  • Gardner, KS new WWTP in 2001
  • Ottawa, KS WWTP improvements in 2002
  • Sabetha, KS new WWTP in 2004
  • Wichita, KS aquifer storage and recovery Phase I in 2006 and Phase II in 2012
  • Leawood, KS Nall Avenue pump station and reservoir in 2010
  • Mulvane, KS new WWTP in 2011
  • Edgerton, KS Big Bull Creek WWTP and lift station in 2012
  • Boss, MO Doe Run WWTPs in 2013

We are also proud to contribute to charitable organizations in Topeka and other Kansas communities. We provide up to 16 hours of paid volunteer leave cultivating a culture that values community involvement. Employees have used this Leave to work with organizations such as Doorstep, Kansas Children’s Discovery Center, Meals-on-Wheels, Bikers Against Child Abuse, SilverbacKS, Topeka and Emporia Rescue Missions, and New Horizons Ranch.

“We offer our deep and sincere gratitude to our employees for their contributions to our success,” said Hafling.