Water / Wastewater / Groundwater
At CE&G, we regularly partner with clients in the management, rehabilitation and improvement of water, groundwater, and wastewater systems.
CE&G is the leading Bay Area geo-civil experts resolving the most complex engineering challenges with adaptable, sustaining and environmentally sensitive solutions as changing climate threatens infrastructure assets.
CE&G’s transportation-related projects range from small, locally-funded road improvement projects such as pavement preservation, drainage improvements, and retaining wall repair to larger, federally-funded, multi-million-dollar road improvement and widening projects.
CE&G is there when clients need us most – Following natural or unforeseen disasters, we assist our clients by meeting with state OES, FEMA or FHWA personnel to assess damages as quickly as possible, and estimate any immediate and long-term funding needs.
Since CE&G’s beginnings in 1993, the founding principals have been providing peer review services for municipalities in the greater Bay Area and Northern California areas. CE&G has recently expanded our peer review service with the addition of experienced plan check/municipal engineers and technicians.
When it comes to site and land development projects, the CE&G team is an extension of yours. From large-scale vertical projects in urban markets to master-planned communities covering thousands of acres, our experience in successfully overcoming land development challenges runs the gamut.
CE&G has significant long-term, recent, and ongoing experience related to the solid waste industry. For the past 15 years we have worked on numerous landfills throughout northern California, including publicly-owned county landfills, landfills owned or operated by national firms, and local privately-owned landfill facilities.
CE&G’s work in the energy market continues to expand. We work closely with clients to provide meticulous attention to detail when locating all types of underground utilities from electric, gas and communication lines to water, wastewater, and drainage piping.