Water supply and distribution through stormwater and sanitary sewer to meet your needs.
At SEH, we provide planning, design and construction oversight services for utility conveyance systems – including water supply and distribution, stormwater and sanitary sewer – that satisfy all regulatory requirements.
Importantly, our sanitary and utility district clients receive an added value. These include value engineering, advice on district issues such as operation and maintenance, financial strategies and special assessment processes. Whenever possible, we employ the latest in trenchless technologies for practical, low-impact repair and replacement projects.
- Feasibility studies
- Facility plans
- Environmental audits
- Preliminary and final design
- Assessment plats and schedules
- Easement descriptions
- Contract bidding and award
- Contract administration
- Construction services
- Compliance maintenance annual reports (CMAR)
- Maintenance schedules
- Monitoring of operations
Champa Bridge and 13th Street Improvements
Denver was faced with a challenge in the heart of downtown: the need to remove an existing pedestrian bridge over Champa Street and 13th Street.Read More
Highway 53 Utilities Relocation
The Highway 53 Utilities Relocation made a significant contribution to the engineering industry through the introduction of innovative design solutions.Read More
Detroit Lakes Wastewater Treatment Facility Planning, Design and Construction Administration
The Detroit Lakes wastewater treatment facility is one of the most innovative in all of Minnesota, serving as a model for other communities.Read More
Three Ways to Improve Water Quality on a Street Reconstruction
Street reconstruction projects are major undertakings for cities large and small.Read More
Here's Why Water Mains Break
It’s a fact of life: water mains break.Read More
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While their aerial counterparts are still primarily in the conceptual phase, the technology to not only build, market and sell but put driverless cars on our streets is already here.Read More