At PSE Consulting Engineers, Inc., we provide our clients with feasibility studies, preparation and administration of grant/Loan applications, technical engineering reports, water system analysis and design, sewer system analysis and design, sewer system analysis and design, storm sewer analysis and design, street and roadway rehabilitation projects, State Transportation Improvement Projects, contract administration, construction administration, construction observation and grant closeout administration.
Representing private land owners and developers, we can assist our clients with land use planning, land use permitting, facilities planning, master planning, feasibility studies, conceptual designs, preliminary cost estimating and other essential services to assist our clients with making educated and cost effective decisions.
We offer affordable, cost effective, practical and innovative design services for residential, commercial, industrial, medical and institutional developments. Within each of theses types of projects, we provide all necessary design services for streets, water systems (supply, storage and distribution), sanitary sewer systems (collection systems, pump stations, force mains, and on-site disposal systems), storm water systems (hydrology studies, storm water reports, collection, conveyance, storage, and pump stations), Parking facilities and all other related infrastructures.
- Land use permitting
- Land use planning & Design
- Facilities planning & Design
- Construction Administration
- Construction observation
- Site plans
- Storm water/drainage plans
- Hydrology studies/reports
- Site Grading plans
- Erosion control plans
- Water systems, supply, storage and distribution
- Sanitary sewer systems, private on-site and public
- Storm water systems
- Streets and Roads
- Feasibility studies
- Approach permits
- And many other civil services for private and municipal clients
We have partnered with Civil West Engineering on many different projects that require civil engineering.
Our focus is the quality of work and working relationships, not the quantity of work.