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Infrastructure Resources

Embracing the Challenge

EA strives to develop appropriate, innovative, and efficient responses to meet the challenges of the nationís aging infrastructure and of the ever changing regulatory environment. This challenge has been embraced by EA since the firmís inception in 1973. Our first projects for our first clients were in direct support of the environmentally and fiscally responsible expansion of critical aspects of our power infrastructure. As a testament to that early service and dedication, that first client remains a client to this day. Our focus includes environmental permitting and planning support, feasibility studies, engineering design, construction and program management, operation and maintenance support, as well as ongoing environmental compliance services.

Creating New Possibilities

EA develops integrated, multidisciplinary project teams drawing on our exceptional pool of resources in the sciences, engineering, and technology. These unique teams of professionals help to guide our clients through the development of creative solutions to address all forms of infrastructure challenges. By leveraging our depth of experience and expertise, this approach has created real results in addressing the divide between requirements and the funds available to meet them. Our technical and management staff are experienced with water/wastewater facilities, solid waste facilities, marine terminals, schools, and universities as well as Department of Transportation activities.

Working Together

At EA, we understand that our ability to provide the highest quality of service is a direct result of the relationships we develop with our clients. We pride ourselves on building long-term working relationships and know that these are the core of our success. Whether a 25-year working relationship with the solid waste managers of a local municipality or a 30-year relationship with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Port Authority managers, these long-term partnering relationships are critical to understand and address our most challenging infrastructure issues.