PMPC an Engineering Associates Company
Blowing Snow Control
Civil/Municipal Engineering and Land Surveying
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PMPC has been acquired by Engineering Associates (EA) with offices in Cody, Thermopolis, Powell and now Saratoga. EA has operated in the Cody area since 1970. This twenty-four person firm provides a wide range of engineering services, generally operating in the Big Horn Basin area of northwest Wyoming.
Six of the current seven employees at PMPC have become shareholders in Engineering Associates and the company is dedicated to see PMPC continue to operate much as it has in the past, offering innovative engineering solutions and exceptional customer service.
PMPC provides civil and municipal engineering services to public and private clients and is small enough to give individual attention to each client to ensure their satisfaction. This small company atmosphere, however, includes a highly qualified and experienced staff to complete each project in an efficient and professional manner. Our team strives to stay up-to-date with new technology to provide our clients with the latest and most effective ways of producing the highest quality projects. Being a part of Engineering Associates will allow PMPC to offer a wider range of services in the region, including land surveying, structural design and inspection, and wastewater treatment.
PMPC is proud of a project list that includes, but is not limited to, municipal, transportation, water resources and environmental projects. Wide-ranging experience over the past 30 years give us the expertise to respond to a diversity of requests. In addition to civil engineering, PMPC has added blowing snow control to its areas of expertise. Contact us to provide solutions to your blowing snow problems or to design snow fences to increase watershed yield.
Please review the pages of this website to evaluate our capabilities and contact us to discuss your project needs.
In addition please check out the Engineering Associates website at: www.EAEngineers.com
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