Our Vision For America
Throughout America, and primarily in rural communities, aging utility infrastructure is failing, which leads to both public health and financial issues. At Eastern Engineering, our goal is to ensure rural communities have access to water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure to provide a better quality of life for all citizens. We work with communities to replace, repair, expand, and operate their infrastructure to accomplish this goal.
Together, we can be proactive rather than reactive.
Ready to Discover Your Solution?
More often than not, common issues with utility infrastructure are overlooked due to the complexity of these issues and not knowing where to start. At Eastern Engineering, we pride ourselves in guiding our clients throughout the entire process. This includes identifying problems, obtaining funding, designing solutions, and ensuring quality construction.
Start by assessing the issues your town is facing.
Aged pipes and fixtures
Contaminations due to breaks in the line, aging, and improper maintenance
Outdated sized pipes
Improper water flow due to outdated infrastructure
Costs to maintain
Pipe erosion & deterioration due to age
Leaking connection joints
Broken pipes due to soil shifts and roots
Blockages due to older/smaller pipes
Poor designs leading to backup
Lack of maintenance to ensure proper runoff
Many designs are not up to the new standard
Construction has begun for the Trio Water Project:
- 60 miles of water line
- 154 fire hydrants
- 281 service connections
Construction to begin soon for the Mouzon Water Project:
- 4.8 miles of water line
- 17 fire hydrants
- 47 services