Public sector entities often rely on partnerships with well qualified private sector firms that can provide specialized services to help support the organization’s mission. In serving their many constituents, public sector entities typically have ambitious, complex project objectives such as expanding their facilities, building and upgrading roads, improving regional civil infrastructure, obtaining aerial mapping of their districts for asset management, and many other project aims that require professional engineering and technical support. BHI offers services from concept through to completion in support of public sector clients. Our multi-disciplinary engineering expertise spans traffic & transportation, water resources, structural design, and construction management. Our Spatial Data services include mapping, geodetic and engineering surveying, photogrammetry, GIS/LIS, and spatial computing. We respond to our public clients’ needs with high-quality deliverables provided with timeliness, integrity and a collaborative solutions focus.
Federal and Military
Bohannan Huston has a long and successful history of providing engineering solutions for military installations such as Kirtland, Luke, Davis Monthan, Holloman, Cannon, and Buckley Air Force Bases. We have also provided services to Fort Wingate, Fort Bliss, Fort Drum, Fort Polk, Fort Irwin, and Fort Leonard Wood. Our numerous projects for the Department of Energy, Sandia Laboratories and Los Alamos National Laboratory testify to BHI’s ability to work within heightened security parameters while providing a full range of engineering services.
State and Local
Although each geographic area and municipality is different, all strive for a common goal: quality and cost-effective infrastructure projects that best serve the public. For decades, BHI has provided quality engineering services for local municipalities throughout the Southwest. Our broad experience includes planning and design for transportation, structural, water and sewer utility, water systems, wastewater facilities, and drainage projects. For many projects, we provide engineering support services in surveying, mapping, and construction inspection and management. BHI’s knowledgeable engineers keep projects in harmony with client requirements and expectations. We can provide creative solutions when challenges arise, such as budget limitations, fast-track construction scheduling, right-of-way considerations, and the need for project sequencing or implementation phasing. Our years of experience with funding efforts allow us to effectively help our clients acquire grants or loans from federal, state, and private entities in cities and counties.
We offer proven expertise in analyzing, master planning, and designing municipal systems. Our skilled professional staff can develop system master plans considering not only hydrologic, hydraulic, and infrastructure factors, but also source viability, economics and pricing, and regulatory and environmental compliance. By providing a range of municipality expertise from under one roof, we reduce time and effort and provide the efficiencies gained by working with a single, comprehensive resource.
Multiple-Award Schedule, also known as a Federal Supply Schedule or GSA Schedule, is a powerful contracting tool. Each schedule consists of contracts that GSA has negotiated with a number of qualified companies, BHI is such a firm.
Advantages include pre-selection of consultants/contractors offering diverse services; blanket purchase agreements that simplify purchasing; the ability to combine with other schedules for total project solutions; no limitations on the dollar value of your typical order; and schedules comply with the Competition in Contracting Act. BHI offers a full range of civil and structural engineering, spatial data, IT services, and construction phase services in all 50 states, as well as Washington, DC; Puerto Rico; and U.S. Territories. More information can be found here: (BHI Contract Number: GS-00F-0001Y)
Recent Client Solutions
North Central Texas Council of Governments – Orthophotography
Las Alamos National Laboratory – National Security Sciences Building Design-Build
City of Las Cruces – Main Street Revitalization
State of New Mexico – Tri-Lab Building