Recognizing the unique challenges associated with development in low-lying coastal areas and other hazard rich geographies, CONSOR Engineers provides a specialized service offering related to resilient systems design. Focused on urban and coastal resiliency, the interface of development with our natural ecosystems, ecosystem protection and restoration, coastal flood risk management, and climate change adaptation, we aim to help our clients to prepare for, withstand, recover, and adapt to a wide variety of natural stressors such as sea level rise, tropical storms, and wildfires.
CONSOR Engineers excels at delivering planning/feasibility studies, hydrologic and hydraulic analysis, and infrastructure design services for locally driven drainage improvement or flood risk reduction projects.
Our experts provide innovative planning services for both urban and rural watersheds, addressing a wide variety of issues ranging from flood risk reduction to erosion control/stream stability to environmental preservation. Our hydrologic and hydraulic modeling capabilities include complex integrated two-dimensional models such as HEC-RAS 2D, SRH 2D, XPSWMM 2D, and FLO-2D. Other typical services include data collection and evaluation, opportunities and constraints mapping, brainstorming workshops, stakeholder coordination, alternatives formulation, identification of recommended/preferred alternatives, funding studies and preparation of grant applications, implementation planning (project phasing), and preparation of development guidelines.
Building on our expertise in planning studies, we provide turn-key design services for common drainage infrastructure such as channels, storm sewers, culverts, bridges, pump stations, and detention/retention basins. This includes both retrofit/improvement of existing infrastructure as well as design of new infrastructure to service developing areas. Typical services provided include hydrologic and hydraulic analysis; flood hazard identification/mitigation; pre-design and final design plans; utility coordination and conflict resolution; quantities, cost estimates, and specifications; local permitting/environmental permitting; and FEMA floodplain (LOMR/CLOMR) services.
CONSOR also provides site civil services for both new construction and re-development commercial sites. Typical services include hydrologic/hydraulic analysis, civil layout, site grading, and pavement design, drainage design (e.g. channels, storm drains, detention/retention basins), and local permitting. Other areas of specialization include MS4/NPDES stormwater services, fish passage studies, and ecological planning and restoration.
CONSOR Engineers is a national leader providing innovative hydrologic and hydraulic modeling and drainage design services for both small and large-scale transportation/roadway projects. Typical services involve the analysis and design of ditches, channels, storm drains, and cross culverts; bridge hydraulic modeling/evaluation and design; scour analysis and countermeasure design; analysis and design of mitigation facilities such as detention/retention basins and Low Impact Development alternatives; and delivery of construction plans for drainage infrastructure as part of both design-bid-build and design-build projects. In addition, we specialize in erosion control (SWPPP), stormwater, water quality (NPDES), and environmental resource permitting associated with transportation projects. Our innovative approaches to 1D/2D hydraulic modeling and 3D roadway/drainage design, including Automated Machine Guidance (AMG) applications, help our clients develop to functional and cost-effective solutions to their transportation drainage needs.
CONSOR Engineers is the national leader in commercial diving and related underwater services. Our highly trained ADCI-certified dive teams work across the world providing a wide range of inland, waterfront, and offshore diving services to support a wide variety of water resources projects. Our expertise includes remote sensing (e.g. acoustic imaging, remote operated vehicles); bridge/structure inspections; water tank inspections; dam, intake, and sluice gate services; zebra mussel removal; hazmat diving; underwater welding; cathodic protection; and UWILD inspection and rig support services. We work frequently with municipalities, water districts, river authorities, utilities and power generators, industrial and commercial companies, the USACE and NAVFAC, and other state and federal agencies to deliver highly specialized underwater services that help our clients to plan, design, construct, and maintain infrastructure in the riverine and offshore environments.
CONSOR Engineers provides full-service construction management services for water resources projects, including but not limited to project management, contract administration, cost control, stakeholder coordination, quality management, construction inspection, schedule management, contract close-out, and evaluation of materials as needed for proposed design, construction, and repair projects. Our construction experts complete our turn-key offering, helping our clients to successfully construct critically needed water resources projects on-schedule and on-budget.
CONSOR Engineers provides engineering and design services for all phases of water and wastewater treatment facility projects, from facility planning and permitting to design, construction inspection/management, and startup services. Our seasoned engineers and technical staff have experience that ranges from alternative studies to complex retrofits to full-scale greenfield plants. We are also experienced in biological and hydraulic modeling for treatment facilities and have specialized expertise in odor control and mitigation.
CONSOR Engineers services include engineering, planning, design, and construction management for all types and classes of water and sewer pipelines. We provide master planning and hydraulic modeling services for new or expanding water distribution and wastewater collection systems. For existing line evaluations, we are experts in inspection and assessment of pipelines, including the latest non-invasive technologies. Our engineers have significant experience in water and force main design, trenchless technologies, horizontal directional drilling, utility relocation, and emergency repairs. We also have specialized expertise in large diameter pipelines.
CONSOR Engineers provides engineering and design services for nearly every type of pump station, including inline water booster stations, reservoir pump stations, well pumps, sewage lift stations, and treatment plant influent pump stations. Our engineers have experience in a wide variety of pump types and sizes and are experts in pump station troubleshooting and rehabilitation, including hydro-pneumatic systems and water hammer issues.
CONSOR Engineers helps clients plan, design, rehabilitate, and provide treatment for their groundwater well system needs. We are experts in well head treatment, blending plans, site design, hydropneumatics systems, and most other aspects of well site engineering. Our engineers have provided planning and design services for scores of potable water wells throughout the United States and have a strong understanding of the regulatory environment and differing permit requirements for each state.
CONSOR Engineers services include engineering, planning, design, and construction inspection/management for all types and classes of water and wastewater storage facilities. Whether above or below grade, open or covered, field-cast or prestressed, or bolted or welded, CONSOR's engineers have the experience to successfully execute water storage facilities project. We have experience in raw, potable, and reclaimed water storage, storm and wastewater equalization storage, and all types of chemical storage tanks and facilities. We also have in-house structural engineers to provide high-quality designs of all tanks and structures.