Construction Phase Services
HR Green staff are on-site during construction projects so that your project is completed in accordance with the plans and specifications.
Our experienced construction project team will observe and document a contractor’s daily progress. The team will maintain daily contact with the contractor’s personnel to efficiently provide the construction engineering services necessary for the contractor’s continued progress.
We believe in honest and open communication. We provide creative solutions to challenges that are encountered and work closely with clients to make their project successful. HR Green’s extensive project experience includes roadways and highways; storm and sanitary sewers; water distribution systems; water treatment facilities; wells, storage facilities, pumps and lift stations; and wastewater facilities. HR Green takes ownership of these projects and develops long-lasting partnerships with our clients.
Our comprehensive list of constructive phase services include:
- Provide on-site full-time field construction observation, quality assessment and problem resolution
- Utility coordination and assistance
- Preliminary layout and construction staking
- Conduct client, contractor, consultant progress meetings
- Perform ongoing analysis of schedule, identify potential impacts and partner with the contractor to find ways to progress to timely completion
- Traffic control and protection monitoring
- Inspect materials delivered to the site
- Approve all work in place
- Measure and quantify each item for payment
- Use record keeping software and required governmental agency forms to assure prompt payment and efficient project closeout
Construction Phase Services Experience
Public Works Facilities Program
Elk Grove Village, IL
Two Public Works facilities were part of the Elk Grove 2025 initiative: the James Paul Petri Public Works Facility and a Fleet Service Garage.
Faster and Safer Access to Downtown Houston
Brazoria County, TX
To improve traffic flow on the Brazoria County Expressway (SH 288) construction started on the addition of two managed (tolled) lanes in each direction as well as direct access ramps to FM 518 and Hughes Ranch Road/Discovery Bay.
Anderson Road Extension
The Anderson Road Extension is a two-lane (expandable to four-lanes in the future) roadway that will link Illinois Route 38 to Keslinger Road.
I-29 Sioux City Corridor Reconstruction
Sioux City, IA
The I-29 reconstruction project will improve safety, traffic operations and infrastructure conditions, and provide for enhanced driver expectancy.
East and West Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements
HR Green provided bidding and construction phase services to the City of Cleveland, Texas for their East and West Wastewater Treatment Plant modifications project.
Detention Basin Retrofits
St. Peters, MO
In 2012, the City of St. Peters began a comprehensive citywide stormwater management program (SMP) aimed at preserving natural habitat, flood mitigation, creek bank stabilization and detention basin rehabilitation/retrofit, all with the goal of reducing property losses and pollution, and increasing water quality.
2nd Street SE Reconstruction
Cedar Rapids, IA
Following a major flood event there was severe damage to the roadways, the sanitary sewer was filled with flood debris, and numerous depressions and sinkholes began to appear on 2nd Street SE over the sewer; indicating soil migration into the pipeline.
Jane Addams I-90 Bridge Widening
HR Green was hired to provide Phase III construction management services for the widening and reconstruction of the I-90 Eastbound and Westbound bridges over Mosquito Creek, Coon Creek and US Route 20.
Aquifer Testing and Well Field Development
Fort Madison, Iowa
The City of Fort Madison desired improvements and expansion of its existing water supply and treatment facilities. Groundwater from the Mississippi River alluvial aquifer was the preferred option to supply 6.0 MGD, which could increase ultimately to 9.0 MGD. HR Green conducted preliminary research of the geology and hydrogeology of a 23 square mile area
Elevated Water Storage Tank
By spreading the towers further apart and reducing line velocities, less pressure loss should be seen on the outlying areas of the distribution network in the City of Keokuk.
Interceptor Improvements Incorporate “Complete Streets”
Richfield, MN, Edina, MN
The Edina-Richfield Interceptor Improvements project constructed a regional sanitary sewer across Richfield to accommodate redevelopment in Edina. Standard MCES practice is to repair streets in a fashion similar to their original condition. However, HR Green used a Context Sensitive Solutions (CSS) approach to engage the public in the design of 75th and 76th Streets in Richfield. The result is Richfield’s first “Complete Street” system, which encourages walking, bicycling and mass transit use. This method was also less costly for MCES, resulting in a win-win outcome for Richfield and MCES.
Quaker Oats Flood Protection
Cedar Rapids, IA
The Quaker Oats production facility in Cedar Rapids, Iowa is situated just north of downtown Cedar Rapids on the east bank of the Cedar River. Like many other businesses in the City of Cedar Rapids Quaker Oats was directly impacted by the Flood of 2008. Rising flood waters overtopped the existing flood protection and inundated the entire property causing significant damage and halting production.
Sioux City Outer Drive Extension
Sioux City, IA
The Outer Drive Extension Project has been called Sioux City’s most complex transportation project to date. HR Green was selected by the City of Sioux City to assist the City in planning, fund procurement, NEPA environmental documentation, design, construction and observation for this $30+ million project.
Hartley Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Facility
The northwestern Iowa community of Hartley has historically derived municipal water from the Dakota Sandstone aquifer, which can produce mineral-rich water with an increased possibility of contamination from farm chemical leaching. Historically treated by aeration and filtration for iron removal, this groundwater source remained with extremely high hardness, sulfate, and total dissolved solids levels earning its reputation for some of the poorest drinking water quality in the State of Iowa.
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