GONZALES, Texas--Southwest Engineers Inc., a full-service civil and environmental engineering consulting firm, today announced the City of Falls City, Texas has joined the customer roster.
The City of Falls City hired Southwest Engineers to help them rehabilitate an existing dilapidated wastewater lift station so that it can accommodate a new public school that is being built. The firm will assist the City with funding for the project through the Community Development Block Grant program administered by the Texas Department of Agriculture, Office of Rural Affairs (TDA-ORA), as well as provide engineering design, bidding and construction oversight services.
“Southwest Engineers is proud to collaborate with the City of Falls City on its wastewater project that will serve a new public school,” said John Littlefield, owner and president of Southwest Engineers. “Our goal is to develop long-term, reliable solutions for Texas communities and municipalities that will benefit the city and generations to come.”
The City hired Southwest Engineers for their extensive knowledge in wastewater lift station rehab, as well as their ample expertise in successfully obtaining funding for and managing TDA-ORA projects and designing and providing construction oversight of lift station projects.
About Southwest Engineers
Southwest Engineers is a full-service civil and environmental engineering consulting firm serving Texas with quality engineering services for 38 years. Their experienced team leads in the design of land development projects, water and wastewater infrastructure design and permitting throughout the state with smart, cost effective, future-focused design. For more information, visit www.swengineers.com.