New Service: Asset Management

July 12, 2013

We’ve been talking about Asset Management lately, especially in connection to the MDEQ’s Stormwater, Asset Management, and Wastewater (SAW) Grant Program. This is a great way to get money to jump start your stormwater and wastewater projects. We’d love to help you apply for this funding. An important part of preparing the work plan for the grant application is an appraisal, and we can do that for you too.

In February, we hired Brian Vilmont, P.E., an asset management expert and long-standing municipal engineer in Michigan. He is leading our asset management team that includes engineers, GIS experts, condition assessment specialists, and financial advisers, who are ready for the important work ahead: getting your infrastructure assets appraised, mapped, and assessed for better financial planning that can stretch your budget farther.


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