AE2S is expanding its services to include Infrastructure Management and Municipal Planning to provide more comprehensive planning services that complement the engineering firm’s traditional drinking water, wastewater, and stormwater services.
The addition of Municipal Planning Services aligns the Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Asset Management, and Financial services under one umbrella. Jacob Strombeck, PE, leads the new AE2S Municipal Planning Services Practice. “Jacob’s experience working on diverse infrastructure master planning, capital improvement planning, and financial gap analysis projects makes him an excellent fit to lead this newly aligned group of services,” says Jeff Hruby, AE2S Chief Development Officer.
“The Municipal Planning Services Practice brings together many of the specialty services AE2S and AE2S Nexus provide to ensure our municipal clients have even more coordinated access to the engineers and financial experts on our staff,” says Strombeck.
The addition of Infrastructure Management Services involves several AE2S Affiliated Companies, including AE2S Operations, AE2S Construction, AE2S Nexus and the newly formed Municipal Planning Services Practice to provide integrated asset management and delivery support services to public, private, and energy infrastructure enterprises. “These services support our vision for traditional practices of AE2S to complement complete utility solutions by providing key infrastructure planning, funding, financing, delivery, management, and operations services,” says Grant Meyer, AE2S CEO.
Shawn Gaddie, PE, serves as the AE2S Infrastructure Management Services Director. “Shawn’s prior experience running the AE2S Nexus Division, along with his keen understanding of the technical capabilities of AE2S and dedication to client service ensures Infrastructure Management Services will benefit our current and future clients,” says Meyer.