“The time is now to rebuild our crumbling public infrastructure and embark on new innovative projects to benefit society at large.”
The availability of clean, healthy water relies on the success of an immense network of utilities, one that the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) characterized as being deteriorated and at “strong risk of failure” (2018 Infrastructure Report Card). Indeed, much of the nation’s infrastructure is in disrepair and has outlived its useful life. Mountain Waterworks provides clients and communities with specialized professional engineering services to plan for resilient water and wastewater infrastructure, build compliant, reliable systems, and rehabilitate aging utilities.
Water and wastewater infrastructure is the backbone of a sustainable, thriving economy. For over 50 years, we have enjoyed the investments that previous generations made in this area. But ongoing, proactive utility planning is required to avoid the costly maintenance, system outages, and unaffordable user rates associated with reactive, unplanned fixes.
Our hand-picked team of engineers, planners, financial analysts, and technical staff is focused on ensuring communities, industries, and government agencies are supported by sustainable water and wastewater infrastructure. We see every project as an opportunity to strengthen utilities with technical and financial knowledge and invest in lasting solutions.
It is time now to pick up where the “Greatest Generation” left off. Mountain Waterworks’ dedicated staff offers the knowledge, resources, technologies, and collaborative spirit required to revive critical water and wastewater infrastructure. We are ready to do our part and restore every utility we work with to long-term success.
Tim Farrell, P.E. Principal Engineer
Stuart Hurley, P.E. Principal Engineer