We solve complex problems to positively impact our communities from the inside out.
This Is Us
A better experience—and better for the experience.
Hi! We’re Consor, and we’d like to (re)introduce ourselves. After five years of rapid growth, we’ve refreshed our identity to reflect who we are now.
A cross-functional team with a presence across North America and complementary suite of services, we’re united by a commitment to delivering future-ready water and transportation infrastructure. Our diverse experts work alongside clients to create inspiring communities together. People choose Consor because they know they will get a better experience—and be better for the experience—whether they’re a teammate, a client, or a partner.
Structuring a better way. Flowing with new ideas.
Our first chapter together begins when four regional consultant leaders joined forces. Since then, we’ve welcomed several other firms who have expanded our geographic footprint and service offerings, transforming Consor into a national name providing water and transportation infrastructure consulting.
We enter this new chapter with an updated brand look, core values, and strategic vision that encapsulates our evolution. By pairing in-house national expertise and authentic local relationships, we achieve a melding-of-the-minds approach to crafting customized solutions.
Welcome to Consor
A Coast to Coast Presence
Built on local relationships.
While the Consor name is relatively new, our firm is the product of over a dozen small regional businesses who bring years of experience working in local communities around the United States and Canada. Maintaining the longstanding relationships our staff and clients have built over decades of work together—albeit under different firm names—allows us to draw on firsthand experience and knowledge to develop tailored solutions for each project, even as we continue to expand into new territories.
From east to west, our network of expertise allows us to take on our clients’ every need—from enhancing day-to-day operations to solving the most complex infrastructure challenges.
We clean up our ecosystems.
Working toward our purpose of inspiring vibrant communities, Consor’s South Carolina dive team volunteered their unique skills to clean-up a portion of the Reedy River. We successfully hauled away 60 yards of debris, including seven tires, a cassette tape, a Frisbee, and a rubber duck from the City of Greenville’s hometown river.
We empower our community members.
The Houston team collected dozens of gently used neckties to donate to the nonprofit organization Career Gear of Greater Houston. Founded in 2004, this organization assists in building strong communities by empowering low-income men to overcome barriers and achieve self-support. Over the years, Career Gear has helped more than 40,000 men in the Houston area move from poverty to financial independence.
We explore alternative commutes.
Members of our Colorado team brought new meaning to the phrase “alternative commuting” when they boarded inflatable tubes to head into the office by way of Boulder Creek—in business casual, no less!
We inspire the next generation.
One of our ACEC Colorado mentors had the privilege of visiting a group of middle schoolers to discuss solutions for building infrastructure to support self-driving cars that serve the diverse needs of rural and urban communities. The students interacted with smart cities software and saw a project lifecycle in action. We’re optimistic that, with passionate engineers and the growing number of young people being mentored into STEAM fields, the future will be bright.
We provide STEM outreach.
Consor team members organized a STEM outreach workshop for 7th grade classes at HB Lee middle School in Gresham, Oregon. The interactive activity was geared toward introducing girls (and boys) from all communities and backgrounds to engineering. Based on the number of smiles and raised hands reported by our team, it seems this was the first of many successful outreach opportunities. We were asked to return the following month, and one girl even said she was planning on becoming an engineer!