Water and Wastewater Infrastructure
Butier Engineering, Inc.’s expertise in water and wastewater treatment plant expansion and new construction dates back to the firm’s origin. Representing over a half billion dollars in construction costs, Butier’s staff has performed construction management services on a number of the largest water and wastewater infrastructure projects in Southern California. Projects have included microfiltration and reverse osmosis facilities; desalination facilities; water quality laboratories; reservoirs; Title 22 upgrades; expansions of headworks and secondary treatment facilities; solids handling and odor control facilities; primary and secondary clarifiers; pump stations and flow basins; dual media filters; and tertiary treatment plants.

Butier Engineering, Inc. has managed numerous major pipeline projects throughout Southern California, including over 60 miles of water and reclaimed water transmission pipeline, trunk sewer, and interceptor sewer line. These projects have included coordination with multiple agencies and contractors to complete interconnection tie-ins through a variety of environments, including sparsely populated and high agricultural regions, populated beach communities, developing communities, and biologically sensitive terrain. Project technical challenges have included microtunneling through high-tourist, downtown beachfront areas; “drill and blast” tunnel construction under a major interstate; deep shoring systems; boring and jacking operations; multiple agency and permit coordination; traffic control; and extremely tight project schedules.

Butier Engineering, Inc.’s airport projects have ranged in sophistication from security upgrades and signage programs, to major international concourse expansions and taxiway modifications. Since year 2000, BUTIER has provided ICC-certified and other inspectors to John Wayne Airport to serve as an extension of JWA during implementation of various capital improvements.

Commercial / Public Facilities
Butier Engineering, Inc.’s construction managers have a great deal of experience in minimizing disruptions during renovations of commercial and public facilities. Our professionals have successfully maintained access and coordinated the implementation of temporary facilities around time critical operations for numerous clients. The types of projects include, but are not limited to, the following: storage facilities/warehouses, laboratories, administrative headquarters, public transportation operation and maintenance facilities, bachelor officers’ quarters, and mid-rise office buildings.