Government

Federal, state and municipal agencies seek multidisciplinary engineering and scientific strategies from firms with the depth to address their needs, the knowledge to navigate complex regulatory and permitting environments, and the local familiarity to understand unique stakeholder issues.

GZA is a proven partner on government projects whose sound counsel balances objectives while managing realistic limitations. With a practical approach to all projects and the ability to address multiple disciplines from within the same contract, GZA responds to transportation, infrastructure, engineering, environmental, ecological, and water-related issues from its company-wide stable of resources that spans numerous disciplines and offices throughout the United States. This up-front value mitigates schedule delays and cost overruns, which helps maintain positive profiles in sensitive public forums. Whether directly for government agencies or on a team with other engineers and architects, GZA has the demonstrated quality, trust and diversity of work to accomplish the goals of government projects in numerous environments. When searching for a firm with a strong technical reputation and the local and national know-how to meet issues head-on, choose the firm with the ability to address technical requirements from a broad, experience-based point of view. Choose GZA.

Representative Governmental clients include:

  • Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection
  • Federal Emergency Management Agency
  • Illinois Department of Transportation
  • Maine Department of Transportation
  • Maine Turnpike Authority
  • Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation
  • Massachusetts Department of Transportation
  • Massachusetts Port Authority
  • Massachusetts Water Resources Authority
  • New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services
  • New York Dormitory Authority
  • Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
  • Rhode Island Department of Transportation
  • United States Army Corps of Engineers
  • United States Environmental Protection Agency
  • Vermont Agency of Transportation 
  • More than 200 local municipalities