With strong roots in engineering, POWER’s Environmental team understands the challenges facing a broad range of energy and infrastructure clients. We can bring this perspective and our tried-and-true project management approach to your project.
Our staff of environmental planners, scientists and engineers works collaboratively to deliver strategic, environmentally responsible and cost-effective solutions to guide your project through initial planning and design into operation.
Among other areas, POWER Environmental focuses on serving four key markets.
At POWER, we know power delivery projects. Whether it’s overhead and underground transmission lines or space saving gas-insulated substations, we can help execute your most ambitious efforts. With in-house services that span initial routing, siting and planning, through environmental permitting and construction monitoring, we can provide the expertise you need to succeed.
Energy facilities demand extensive environmental support. Requirements may include State Utility Commission licenses and environmental permits or even expert testimony. From solar fields to steam power plants, we offer the broad industry background to help you successfully navigate the environmental requirements for any generation project.
Oil and Gas
Throughout our team’s 35 years working on oil and gas infrastructure projects such as midstream processing plants and FERC-regulated pipelines, we have honed our industry knowledge and scientific expertise. Our services span the entire industry, from wellhead to burner tip, and we can support all phases of your project. Involve us early on to steer your project through critical issues analyses and permitting into inspection and regulatory compliance.
Federal, state and local government projects require understanding of your mission and objectives, technical skill, regulatory expertise, and a local presence backed by experienced staff located across the U.S. In over 40 offices nationwide, we bring the knowledge and flexibility to tackle everything from environmental assessments and third party review under federal and state statutes to environmental management of metropolitan sewer districts.