IEC offers clients a full range of water, wastewater, design and recycled water services including the design of reservoirs, pipelines, pump station/lift station, well head facilities, pressure reducing stations and flow control/meter facilities. From steel tank rehabilitations to the world’s largest pre-stressed concrete reservoir, IEC has extensive experience in storage tank design. IEC has designed water and wastewater pump stations throughout California, ranging from small rehabilitation projects to 10,000 gpm new stations. We are experienced in all aspects of pump station design, including pump selection, mechanical piping and valves, building/site layout and design, and electrical/telemetry design.
IEC has built a solid reputation for delivering our projects on time and within budget. From pre-design through completion, IEC has experience in all facets of construction management. Allowing owners to reduce risks, our field-proven techniques and open communication deliver results. IEC provides comprehensive construction management services in the following areas:
- Public Facilities
IEC specializes in the development of master plans for water and wastewater agencies. Our Master Plans serve as road maps for agencies to maintain adequate system capacity to serve growth while maintaining valuable infrastructure. By addressing your key issues, IEC delivers not only a successful Master Plan and Capital Improvement Program (CIP), but also new tools and methods that empower your staff to perform their duties more effectively and efficiently in the future.
As an ESRI business partner, IEC is able to stay abreast of the rapidly changing technology and new developments in the GIS world. We specialize in the GIS integration of master plans and hydraulic models, which offers several clear advantages over conventional approaches to planning and modeling. We have significant experience with ArcGIS (ArcINFO) as well as with AutoCAD Civil3D.
IEC offers a full range of water and wastewater hydraulic modeling services that include:
- Model Construction and Development
- Model Calibration
- Hydraulic Analysis
IEC also specializes in the preparation of water and sewer regulatory compliance documents including:
- Urban Water Management Plans (UWMPs)
- Sewer System Management Plans (SSMPs)
IEC offers clients a full range of municipal engineering services, including the following:
- As-needed engineering staff extension
- Capital improvement program management
- Street and drainage design
- Planchecking and development review
- Streetscape and traffic calming
- NPDES stormwater quality management programs
- Grant fund procurement
- Site civil planning and design
- Assessment engineering
IEC’s Flow Services Group now offers a permanent/long-term flow monitoring solution that includes real-time data reporting via the internet. Real-time data allows an agency to proactively manage its collection system, even providing real-time event notification when critical conditions (uniquely defined by your staff) are reached. With our advanced diagnostic software, IEC personnel are able to quickly analyze data to determine accuracy and ensure quality. This power gives your agency confidence in the data, increases data up-time, and cuts down on the amount of field visits required, saving your agency money.
The IEC Flow Services Group has provided flow monitoring solutions for the following collection system challenges:
- Dry weather flow volumes, including average and peak flows
- Rainfall Dependent Inflow and Infiltration
- Base Infiltration (BI) calculation
- Land use and dwelling unit wastewater generation factor calculation
- Hydraulic model calibration
- Event notification and warning
IEC provides a full range of environmental compliance-related services to assist our clients from preliminary planning through project completion.
- Environmental and community constraints and opportunities assessments
- CEQA/NEPA compliance
- Regulatory permitting
- Compliance needs evaluation and strategy advising
- Mitigation and BMP implementation
- Preconstruction surveys
- Construction monitoring
- Client-specific CEQA/NEPA and regulatory workshops, brown-bags, and training
- Community outreach services, including stakeholder engagement, public information services, and meeting facilitation
Among our specialties is providing a close, collaborative relationship between the environmental and engineering processes. We make environmental compliance transparent and understandable, and work with our clients to ensure constructive information exchange among all parties so projects navigate regulatory requirements as quickly and efficiently as possible.
IEC provides a full spectrum of community outreach services in support of project planning, design, and construction. Our approach to outreach is grounded in the fundamental value of treating all stakeholders as we want our own neighbors and families to be treated, and all projects as if they were proposed for our own communities. Working from this foundation, we help our clients develop consistent project messaging and clear lines of communication; provide the public with timely and accurate project information; understand community concerns; and ensure that, to the extent feasible, community input is reflected, and community concerns are addressed, in project implementation.
Our outreach services include:
- Stakeholder engagement
- Community meetings and meeting facilitation services
- Project identity development
- Web and hard copy outreach collateral
- Construction noticing
- Construction hotline services
- Real-time construction updates via social media (Facebook and Twitter)
Infrastructure Engineering Corporation (IEC) offers full Program Management Services, which enable municipalities to effectively manage large programs, which have specific reporting requirements and require multidisciplinary skills to keep the individual projects on track. IEC’s program management capabilities combine our expertise in planning, engineering, and project and design management. We can take a project with an entire program from the first concept through the environmental impact study process and permits; financing and funding; design, procurement and construction; and start-up and operations to final integration into the municipalities system. The Owner is involved at each stage of the process as well as agreed upon involvement with the public and other stakeholders. IEC understands compliance with funding sources, laws, permitting, and other project procurement requirements.