Population growth in Texas has exploded since PSC was founded in 1945.  Since that time, PSC has worked with small towns and large cities alike to develop utility infrastructure.  Our experts have designed thousands of miles of water distribution and wastewater collection piping throughout Texas and New Mexico.  Hundreds of booster pump stations and lift stations our also in our portfolio.  In the past 20 years our expertise has expanded to include gas transmission and power distribution design.  Our enduring relationships with municipalities have provided the opportunity for utility work to be the foundation of our engineering business.

Experience

From modeling and master planning to design, bid and construction administration, PSC offers full-service design capabilities for utility projects.  Our experts work with the leading industry water and wastewater system modeling tools and software and have innovated techniques for evaluating existing system data that has provided many of our clients with useful, living planning tools.  We maintain great relationships with local, state and federal agencies as well as private companies such as railroads which help streamline utility projects from the permitting point of view.

Scope of Services

  • Water System Hydraulic Modeling
  • Wastewater System Hydraulic Modeling
  • Master planning
  • Water Transmission Main Design
  • Water Distribution System Design
  • Wastewater Collection System Design
  • Water Booster Pumping Design
  • Wastewater Lift Station Design
  • Ground Storage Tank Design
  • Elevated Storage Tank Design
  • Electrical Power Distribution Design
  • Electrical Service Entrance Design
  • Gas Transmission Design
  • Routing Studies
  • Right-of-Way Acquisition
  • Surveying
  • Construction Management and Resident Project Representative

Affiliations

  • National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE)
  • American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
  • American Water Works Association (AWWA)
  • Water Environmental Federation (WEF)
  • Water Environmental Association of Texas (WEAT)