Brown and Caldwell is headed straight to the gutter -- to clean it up. The employee-owned firm provides environmental consulting and engineering services to industrial, governmental, and utility clients. Brown and Caldwell designs and builds water, wastewater, and solid waste systems for clients in the paper and pulp, food processing, and chemical manufacturing industries. It offers watershed and stormwater management services, as well as pipeline engineering and repair services. The company provides soil and groundwater remediation, underground storage-tank management, risk assessment, and customized data management systems. It operates from 45 offices spread throughout the US.
In 2009 the company, as a joint venture partner, secured a stake in a $38 million contract for civil projects and military planning in a number of states in the Western US from the US Army Corps of Engineers. The contractors were hired to do planning and analysis for water resource and levee programs, ecosystem restoration, flood risk management, and environmental support projects.
Brown and Caldwell was established in 1947 and developed as a multi-disciplined environmental engineering and consulting firm, working with municipal, federal, and private agencies to overcome challenging environmental obstacles. By 2010 the company had grown to be among the Top 10 largest engineering firms in the US sewer and wastewater market. – less
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