What Our Clients Say:
Kennedy Jenks, Shannon & Wilson, and Aldea were very responsive and worked closely with the district and constructors to complete a complex and challenging project on time and under budget.
Across the nation, governments and private companies are dealing with questions of how best to maintain and/or replace aging infrastructure. In most states, environmental and safety regulations for operations, materials, and construction have changed dramatically, often adding cost and downtime to any infrastructure project.
Kennedy Jenks’ expert staff provides accurate information and peace of mind on the condition of aging assets. From structural concrete, buried pipeline, and pumping systems to electrical controls, we offer full-discipline expertise that can provide feedback on the wellness and necessary upgrades to your manufacturing facilities, structures, and water, wastewater, and recycled water assets.
One size does not fit all. We tailor our approach to your specific needs – from budget, to critical failure, safety issues, avoiding operation disruption, and process deficiencies. Our work spans non-invasive and invasive testing to provide critical feedback – such as remaining useful life and repair and rehabilitation options and cost – to help you plan and maintain efficient operation of your assets near- and long-term.
Kennedy Jenks is a leader in the planning, design, and construction of conveyance-related infrastructure. We have the in-house expertise to meet the water and wastewater infrastructure needs of our clients.
We offer integrated civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, and instrumentation and controls design using state-of-the-art methods for your conveyance and transmission engineering needs, including:
- Condition Assessment
- Pipeline Route Evaluations
- Seismic Resiliency Design
- Corrosion Control
- Value Engineering and Constructability Reviews