Infrastructure Development

The construction and improvement of transportation, energy, water, and digital infrastructure results in economic growth and improves quality of life.

Innovate for the future

Innovative ideas and application are necessary to engineer critical improvements to critical American infrastructure

Current Initiatives

Current initiatives address the three classes of threats to critical infrastructures: Natural - earthquakes, tsunamis, land shifting, volcanic eruptions, extreme weather (hurricanes, floods, drought), fires. Human-Caused - terrorism, rioting, product tampering, explosions and bombing, theft, financial crimes, economic espionage. Accidental or Technical - infrastructure and hazardous material failures and accidents, power-grid failures, water-treatment facilities failures, water-mains ruptures, safety-systems failures and a host of other disasters of omission and/or commission.

Repair Aging Infrastructure

Critical bridges and roadways are in dire need of repair and/or replacement

Digital Infrastructure

Service Executive

Energy Resilience

Build storage, redundancies, and emergency generation that are responsive to strains or failures in the electrical power system

Why The U.S. Has The Worst Public Transit System

Around the world, as many as 25 countries have high speed rail systems connecting major cities.. But the US has been lagging behind in modern methods of public transportation. Recent reports suggest that American cities rank among the worst for transit systems. So, why is US transit so bad? Well,Read More

Why Can’t America Fill a Pothole?

From left-wing Democrat to right-wing Republican, Everyone loves infrastructure. We all want safe bridges, smooth roads, and world-class airports. So why can’t we have them? So why can’t we have them? Why are America’s bridges falling down, Our roads riddled with potholes, Many major airports are in disrepair? and manyRead More

Top 10 Future U.S. MEGAPROJECTS

These are ten megaprojects the U.S. desperately needs to complete in the near future. They each represent many other projects awaiting approval and funding in cities and towns across America. A bullet train in Texas would help ease traffic in Houston and Dallas that will only get worse as theRead More

How Secure Is The United States Power Grid?

From transportation to telecommunications, health care and banking. The digitization of our infrastructure has made our daily lives more convenient, but it’s also opened us up to the threat of cyberattacks. Yahoo’s hack of over 500 million accounts will make it the biggest data breach ever. Equifax, which, as youRead More

Our ailing water infrastructure

Our communities infrastructure must be replaced as it ages. Investing in new pipes ensures that both water and sewage travel efficiently and securely. This means reliability for today and tomorrow.

A Catastrophe We’re Not Ready For – Solar Storms

Are we ready to face a global blackout? Try to imagine that if the power supplying millions of people is suddenly interrupted, And it lasts not just a few hours, but months or even years … Caused the world to fall into chaos And it completely collapsed the system fromRead More

How Do Substations Work?

When installing an electrical appliance, it is easy to overlook the electricity actually comes from. Electricity puts all electrical appliances to work Transmission and production are very far from each other, especially today that they have no limit ,,, but are sold and bought Its complication is very large fromRead More

Local water infrastructure: Where do we go from here?

The world is about 71% water our bodies more than half so it’s clear to see water is one of the most important natural resources today as we look into our city’s water infrastructure will be looking into its past water woes, its current infrastructure, and the future of thisRead More

How Cell Towers Work

That mobile phone in your hand is a stunning piece of technology that’s almost completely useless without a network to power it. When you’re at home or in the office that’s taken care of by Wi-Fi. But when you go out into the world you need a cellular network toRead More

A Closer Look at Water Infrastructure

We are all familiar with the engineering marvels that dot our California landscape. But these large state, and government owned facilities are just one part of the story of water supply. We recently visited some of the communities served by the employees of California Water Service, better known as CalRead More