Using civil engineering as a foundation, we design, construct and help maintain public infrastructure through capital improvement planning. As an extension of municipal staff, we work vigilantly with districts, cities, and towns across the Midwest and West to find the right solution on various project types: water and wastewater facilities, public utilities, streets, sidewalks, and waterways. We seek to understand the big picture to provide proactive stakeholder involvement, transparent and inclusive communication. Our diverse team of professionals provides the gamut of professional services to meet your community’s needs
How We Help Your Community.
What role does a municipal engineer play? The list of service below will help answer your question.
Our team is prepared to provide the wide range of services whether it is planning, technical studies, engineering design, or construction administration / observation, on-call engineering services can be tailored to fit the needs of your municipality. Our technical experts understand the steps necessary to deliver a successful project, from inception all the way through warranty period reviews. Assisting municipalities to obtain project funding, including CDBG, are integral to making projects financially viable. With funding in place, Lamp Rynearson and our partners are ready to fulfill all on-call engineering requests across a broad range of requests.
What you will see from us as an on-call partner is this:
- Immediate response
- Communication to determine expectations and schedules
- Selection of the appropriate team for the job
- Adherence to design criteria, state, and federal procedures
- Action as an extension to your staff
The quality of your infrastructure is an economic driver and a differentiating factor for residence and businesses. A capital improvement plan (CIP), is an essential tool to help municipalities make strategic budgeting decisions and position for the future. Our team assists in helping identify what belongs in your CIP and how to makes the most of available funds.
Guiding your long-term success as a community, our team has the master planning expertise that is a framework to drive future growth and development decisions. Master planning helps governing bodies and community leaders understand the connection between all facets of life in a community, including public needs, the environment, the economy, development opportunities, and the future.
When duty calls the Lamp Rynearson team answers. Our clients have partnered with us to supplement staff or provide a long-term engineering solution. Our experience in both areas of public and private development allows for a diplomatic approval of development review projects. We provided review of both large and small land use applications. Projects included the review of engineering construction plans associated with all land use applications types. Land use applications include residential, commercial, industrial, plot plans, site certifications and multi-lot subdivisions.
Is it time we built out this second of road? Is it feasible? Our team objectively and logically can help you answer questions to your most challenging questions, work through obstacles, address budget and financing options. It’s not a one size fits all solution.
SUE reduces risk, allows for smoother construction, and ultimately saves project costs, too. By combining our in-house experts in civil engineering, survey and geographic information systems we help prevent the damage of public infrastructure on our projects and document utility information for regulatory agencies.
Engineers with decades of experience in asset management systems and executing infrastructure maintenance and rehabilitation programs are on our team and ready to guide you. Unlike other firms that provide only the pavement condition data, we bring the skillset to use that data to build the most practical and actionable pavement maintenance program for your community. We understand the data, the field application, and the budgeting process that will serve as a basis for excellent pavement rehabilitation decisions for years to come.