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BGE Services: Public Infrastructure

More and more people moving into metropolitan areas brings new financial and infrastructure challenges for local, county, and state governments. The biggest infrastructure concerns: mobility, water resources, wastewater management, and drainage and flood control—all made more acute by budget shortfalls. 

Our emphasis is on fiscally responsive engineering, minimal disruption, and speed of execution. We’re familiar with permitting processes and sensitive to jurisdictional overlap at all governing levels. We also understand the role and importance of consensus building when dealing with the public. Our resources and engineering know-how, from hydraulics and hydrology to GIS web-based applications, help us manage these high-profile projects.

Water Resources

  • Surface water conversion
  • Supply and distribution
  • Transmission
  • Treatment

Wastewater

  • Collection
  • Treatment
  • Biosolids handling and disposal
  • Odor control
  • EPA permitting
  • Tank inspections

Drainage, Flood Control

  • Open channels
  • Hydraulics and hydrology
  • 1D and 2D modeling
  • Storm sewer systems
  • Dams
  • Tunnels
  • NPDES permitting
  • FEMA Studies

GIS

  • Due diligence
  • GIS web-based applications
  • 3D, spatial and hydrologic modeling
  • Asset management (GASB 34 reporting)

Roads, Highways, Bridges, Toll Roads, Ports, Airports, and Rail                 

  • Roadways and pavements
  • Bridges, wharves, and retaining walls
  • Traffic control
  • Rehabilitation and new construction
  • Program management
  • CPM scheduling
  • Planning and design
  • Environmental permitting
  • Traffic signal design and operations
  • Intelligent transportation systems (ITS)
  • Signage and striping
  • Illumination
  • Utilities
  • Easements and rights-of-way

Intersections

 

The basis for all our communities is infrastructure. Whether it’s the water flowing from your faucet, the pipes that remove the wastewater from your home or business, the drainage systems that handle a sudden downpour—or maybe it’s the streets and highways you travel, the traffic systems that efficiently manage traffic flow, airport systems that support air travel, or the ports that serve as an entrance or exit of vital goods in our community—all these form the infrastructure that supports our way of life.

BGE — Brown & Gay Engineers — Highlight: Public Infrastructure